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Bergholtz-Zell, sur la route des vins d'Alsace

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Bergholtz-Zell is located in the heart of the tourist itinerary on the wine route in Alsace, 5km from Guebwiller and Soultzmatt. This village was founded around the year 700 by a small community of monks governed by Saint Pirmin, founder of the famous Murbach Abbey. The Bergholtz-Zell commune is particularly well-known for its Oelberg Calvary, five oratories and chapels tracing the passion of Christ. A reproduction in polychrome wood of the last supper by Léonard de Vinci is also on display here.

Tourism packages: independent visit, independent visit of quarries with a map

Practical services: accommodation (hotel-restaurant, guest houses, vacation rentals) and restaurants

Recreational equipment for children: playground, football field (Bergholtz, 2km)

Amenities/related services: free parking for cars, regular bus service

"Ça crée" itinerary at Oelberg

Every year in the month of June, this exhibition with paintings, ceramics, photos, ironwork art, textile creations and glass jewellery is a unique event that stretches along the Oelberg Way of the Cross, at Bergholtz-zell. Activities for children as well as refreshment kiosks and restaurants guarantee a friendly atmosphere.

Other activities: see the activity guide

Key figures

Altitude 238 m − 573 m
Surface area 226 ha = 2,26 km²
Density 166,15 hab/km²
Latitude 47° 55' 50'' North
Longitude 07° 14' 02'' East
Population (2009) 447 habitants
Postal code 68500

GUEBWILLER Tourist Office
45 rue de la République - 68500 GUEBWILLER
Tél. : 00 33 (0)3 89 76 10 63
Fax : 00 33 (0)3 89 76 52 72
Mail : info@tourisme-guebwiller.fr

30 rue des Suisses
00 33 (0)3 89 62 14 50
00 33 (0)3 89 62 14 54