At the foot of the Vosges hills, near Kayserberg, it is the one and only Alsatian village to have retained all of its ramparts. It is also the town which enjoys the driest climate in France. A paradise for the vines!
An emblematic town of the Wine Route, between vineyards and mountains, Ribeauvillé combines well-being, gastronomy and medieval heritage.
Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France and ‘Favourite Village of the French in 2013’, Eguisheim is a small compilation of the charms of medieval Alsace, with its ramparts and unique architecture. A must-see!
Jewels of the Alsace Wine Route, opening onto the Fecht valley below Munster, Turckheim stands out with the richness of its history and its vineyard.
A luxurious small town in northern Alsace, the audacious Bouxwiller radiates splendours from its past as ‘Capital of the Hanau-Lichtenberg Earldom’.