Discover the surroundings
Mittelbergheim is at the heart of the wine route where many towns add their charm to this walk. There are other enchanting places where the art of wine is everywhere exalted
Long village dominated by a vineyard as far as the eye can see
The fortified castle, characterized by its two towers, overlooks the Kirneck and Barr valley to the north, the Andlau valley to the south.
Its Museum of Folly Marco is a museum with bourgeois furniture from the 17th to the 19th century located at 30, rue de Sultzer.
In the center of the city, this church consecrated by Pope Leo IX in 1049, has remarkable Romanesque elements: a crypt from the 11th century. guarded by a sandstone bear, a porch and a 12th century historiated frieze. 30m high.
700 m² of interactive and fun exhibition to discover the architecture (castles, half-timbered houses, etc.), viticulture and art crafts, of our territory!
The Hohwald waterfall located at an altitude of 1,100 meters is the ideal place for lovers of the great outdoors. Its natural beauty will seduce you every season.
Obernai, a true digest of Alsace, is an attractive town with a rich heritage (Shops, swimming pools, etc.)
SAINT LEONARD ( BOERSCH)
Former Benedictine monastery which now houses the famous marquetry workshops created by Charles Spindler in the 19th century. 3, Cour du Chapitre Saint-Léonard 67530 BOERSCH
MONT SAINTE ODILE
The spiritual Mecca of Alsace located at an altitude of 753m, Mont Sainte Odile is dear to the hearts of all Alsatians.
Strasbourg with its cathedral, Petite France, the Bateau Mouche, museums and numerous shops ...
HAUT KOENIGSBOURG CASTLE
The Haut-Koenigsbourg castle allows you to familiarize yourself with the castle architecture, the Middle Ages and the restoration of the early 20th century
Body of Water Huttenheim
Address: Unnamed Road,, 67230 Huttenheim
About thirty kilometers away, STRASBOURG, the beautiful European city characterized by its cathedral, its numerous pedestrian streets and its varied range of museums, including the Alsatian museum.
Continuing south on the famous Alsace wine route, we find a summary of what has made and still does Alsace: cities with a strong cultural influence such as Sélestat or Colmar which houses the Isenheim altarpiece.
Medieval castles such as Haut Koenisgsbourg and other sentinels watching over the route are also found along this promenade, as well as other curiosities such as Ammerschwihr and Kintzheim with its monkey mountain and the eagle aviary.