Near the Swiss border and perched at an altitude of 340 meters, Landskron Castle overlooks three border countries. At the top of a mountain, on which Rheineck Castle was also built, its visit holds some surprises and a trip into unprecedented times.
Pleasantly encamped on a small Jurassic cluse protecting the rich valleys of the Alsatian Jura, the eponymous castle of the Counts of Ferrette rises to an altitude of 612 m.
With its eye always wide open watching over the Thur valley, at an altitude of 443 m it surveys the town of Thann and its surroundings.
Perched on a rocky promontory at an altitude of 389 m between Buhl and Guebwiller, the castle watches over the Florival valley and the old Murbach Abbey.
Reflected in the waters of Kruth-Wildenstein Lake, on a summit at an altitude of 670 m, the ruins of this castle, once one of the largest in Alsace, overlook the Thann valley.