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Alsace Wine Route, the oldest wine trail in France

Cycling the Alsace Wine Route

Alsace Wine Route, the oldest wine trail in France
Alsace cycling travel is a unique experience as you explore a part of the region that is nestled between the beautiful Vosges mountains in France and the borders of Germany and Switzerland, Alsace is a region rich in tradition.
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Discover the renowned Alsace Wine Route, the oldest wine trail in France!

Explore the beautiful cities & towns of Strasbourg, Obernai, Riquewihr, Colmar and Mont Saint Odile

Discover the picturesque region of Alsace as you cycle from Strasbourg to Colmar. Visit the famed vineyards of Alsace and some of the most beautiful villages of France.

This tour is available daily from 1 April to 31 October.

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6-night accommodation in 3 & 4-star hotels
Daily breakfast & 1 dinner
Hybrid bike rental (E-bike available with supplement)
Orientation in person with a local guide
Detailed itinerary book, including detailed maps, touristic information, complete itinerary & cue sheets
1 GPS (per group)
All luggage transfers
Comprehensive trip literature
Technical and emergency support available at all times


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Day 1

Upon arrival, make your way to your hotel for check-in.

Day 2
Strasbourg - Obernai (45 km)

Start your tour by riding out of Strasbourg on a well marked bicycle path which makes getting out of this city easy. You ride south to Obernai through charming small villages and the start of the wine route.

Breakfast, Dinner
Day 3
Mont Sainte Odile (34 km)

Today is a loop tour in the countryside around Obernai including Ottrot and the Mont St Odile. Return to your hotel.

Day 4
Riquewihr (49 km)

Today, you will cycle to Riquewihr, a medieval town right in the heart of the Alsatian vineyards, classified among the 'Most Beautiful Villages in France'.

Day 5
Riquewihr - Colmar

Ride from Riquewihr to Colmar, passing by Turckheim. A nice ride through flowered villages like Kaysersberg including at the end, Colmar where you will spend the evening. Your second option is to ride to the area of the 5 châteaux. Option 1: 21 km or Option 2: 38 km)

Day 6
Loop ride or free day to explore Colmar (41 km)

Ride a loop tour into the countryside to the little charming village of Eguisheim and part of the Alsace wine route.

Day 7

After breakfast, your tour will conclude.


Additional information

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6 nights
from AUD2,125
per person, twin share
1 April - 31 October 2020
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