Culminating at an altitude of 565 m, at the intersection of the Bruche and Magel valleys, what was once the largest fortified castle in Alsace (2 ha) protected the former Abbey of Altorf.
Standing at the top of a rocky ridge at an altitude of 480 m, the castle overlooks the Zorn valley and watches over the former Abbey of Marmoutier.
On the hills of Ottrott, in the heart of the Obernai forest, between white fir trees, maple trees and sessile oaks, the impressive remains of this small castle are thought-provoking.
In the opulent forest overlooking Wettolsheim, nestled at the bottom of a secluded valley at an altitude of 420 m, the romantic ruin of the Hagueneck is thought-provoking.
At an altitude of 757 metres, in the heart of large and beautiful forests, Bilstein-Aubure Castle overlooks the Strangbach valley. Lying at the far end of the Schlossberg hill’s granite ridge, it is surrounded by an abundance of vegetation.