Cycling Holidays in Alsace
Cycling in Alsace is an adventure through picture-perfect scenes of rolling countryside, captivating architecture, and vineyards that stretch far into the distance. Germanic and Swiss influences reveal a fascinating glimpse into the varied cultures of the region, with the fine wines and beers brewed in the area highlighting what it means to experience Alsatian life. Discovering this little-known area of north-east France on a cycling holiday will offer inspiration around every corner.
Alsace Wine Route
One of the most popular cycle trails in all of France, the Alsace Wine Route spans 170km from Thann in the south to Marlenheim in the north. As one of oldest wine routes in the country, the journey is a chance to enjoy a series of wine-related activities and discover over 70 villages renowned for their winemaking expertise. From undulating landscapes to refreshing wines, a cycling holiday on the Alsace Wine Route will prove rewarding for riders of all abilities.
Discover varied tracks
With cycling a time-honoured tradition throughout France, the sheer magnitude of the cycle routes available means uncovering both renowned and hidden treasures is easy. In Alsace alone, more than 2,500km of cycle tracks takes in everything from dense forest to historic towns. Experience the charms of Strasbourg and Colmar and ascend the peaks of the Vosges Mountains to discover stunning panoramas.
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Relaxed Cycling along the Alsace Wine Route
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Cycle the famous wine route of the Alsace
Alsace is a little known corner of France with a distinctly Germanic influence: a combination of picturesque historic towns, fine wines, beer and choucroute contribute to a unique culture. Cycle the oldest wine route in France,...