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"Just relax, we’ll take care of everything! Our accommodation service proposes package deals to match your needs: for a made-to-measure getaway of a few days, discovering our food and wine, outdoor activities, etc.”.

Par : Fanny

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Our group tours

Coach operators and managers of associations or work councils, if you’re organising a day excursion, a seminar or other event, we’re at your disposal to put together a bespoke programme for you (hotel and restaurant bookings, guided tours and itineraries, outdoor activities, etc.).

Here are some examples of what we can offer:

THE RIDGE ROAD AND THE WINE ROUTE...

In the company of your group guide, you’ll discover the history of the Vieil Armand battle field, one of the major challenges of the 1st World War.

Then you’ll continue on the ridge road, admiring the beautiful panoramic views. For lunch, you’ll enjoy the famous “marcaire” menu at a farmhouse inn.

Then you'll take the wine route, through Eguisheim and Kaysersberg, which takes its name from the rock that dominates the town, as well as Riquewihr, a charming little village that produces one of the best wines in Alsace. These “postcard” towns feature half-timbered buildings with sculptures, oriels and inner courtyards with ancient wells and fountains.

In the company of your group guide, you’ll discover the history of the Vieil Armand battle field, one of the major challenges of the 1st World War. Then you’ll continue on the ridge road, admiring the beautiful panoramic views. For lunch, you’ll enjoy the famous “marcaire” menu at a farmhouse inn. Then you'll take the wine route, through Eguisheim and Kaysersberg, which takes its name from the rock that dominates the town, as well as Riquewihr, a charming little village that produces one of the best wines in Alsace. These “postcard” towns feature half-timbered buildings with sculptures, oriels and inner courtyards with ancient wells and fountains.
  • Champs de bataille du Vieil Armand
  • Route des crêtes
  • Tourte entrée du repas marcaire en Alsace
  • Visite guidée du vignoble de Guebwiller
  • Abbaye de Murbach vue depuis la chapelle Notre Dame de Lorette © Vincent Schneider
  • Devant l'abbaye de Murbach © Grégory Tachet

KEY FEATURES OF THE ROMANESQUE ROAD OF ALSACE...

You’ll start the day with a visit to Saint Léger Church in Guebwiller, accompanied by your guide. Of late Norman style, it was built in pink Vosges sandstone between 1182 and 1235, at the instigation of Murbach Abbey, on the site of a former chapel.

You’ll have lunch in the heart of the countryside, at a restaurant that combines tradition and modernity. Murbach Abbey is a masterpiece of Norman architecture whose transept and choir have stood up to the passage of time.

Your guide will familiarise you with the history of this important spiritual, cultural and political site whose influence reigned for an entire millennium throughout the Rhine valley.

Your tour will continue to Lautenbach and the Saint-Michel and Saint-Gangolphe collegiate church which has evolved a great deal over the centuries. The vaulted porch is one of the most beautiful in the Region.

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Vines and Glitter Tour

Day 1: Tour begins in the afternoon.

Tasting of different Alsace varietal wines in a cellar at the heart of the vineyard. Dinner-show at Le Paradis des Sources in a mixed decor of “Belle Epoque” and modernity.

Comfortably seated at your table, you’ll join in with the musical show during your meal. After the interval, you'll admire the great review, in the tradition of the great Parisian music halls.

Night at a hotel

Day 2: Breakfast and end of tour

Schuss Weekend

Day 1: Tour begins late afternoon.

Dinner and overnight stay at a hotel or farmhouse inn in a quiet mountain setting.

Day 2: Departure after breakfast for a days of thrills at the Markstein ski resort.

“Want to join the fun? Then get in touch and we’ll help you organise your perfect holiday! By phone on +33 (0)3 89 74 97 99 or by email at : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "

Like all tour operators, we’re covered by a financial guarantee and are officially registered with Atout France and recognised by the French Department of Tourism.

Portrait de Fanny

Fanny

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Fanny is a keen traveller and sportswoman. She particularly enjoys taking the wine route to admire the scenery and make the most of the mountains on her snowboard. I was born in Alsace. I feel strongly attached to this region. Its beauty has always fascinated me, which is one of the reasons I chose this occupation. I love seeing the wonderful panoramic views from the mountains, vineyards and villages. I’m a sporty person and like letting off steam with a game of tennis, unwinding at a good basketball match, or taking a breath of fresh air on my snowboard.

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