We are looking forward to seeing you: come and spend your holidays in unique surroundings. Numerous sights are to be reached by foot, by bike, or by car. Holidays in the heart of nature, in Oberbronn.
You can spend from April to October with us your holiday. Numerous sites of the Northern Vosges are easily reached from our centrally located area.
The extensive hiking trails begins right at the campground.
A territory rich of natural and cultural heritage, the Pays de Oberbronn nested in the heart of the Parc Naturel Regional des Vosges du Nord, offers to visitors many things to discover:
Many hiking ways (marked out ways by the Vosgianclub) and ways for mountain bike.
Many spots and interesting sites to see (Castles, museums, old stones ….)
A famous gastronomy in an authentic and picturesque setting, far away from the bustle.
the Region where you can fill up on pure energy...
In a hectic and sometimes stressful life, a chance to pause
and top up our energy is a precious thing.
Northern Alsace invites you to recharge your batteries
and discover the natural sensations of an authentic
region, the taste of good local produce, and a protected
natural environment perfect for relaxation.
Take advantage of the tremendous potential for sports
activities and have fun getting fit.
Sample the benefits of water - thermal, balneo,mineral or
just for fun, – forget fatigue and discover a new feeling of wellbeing.
Make a gastronomic stop at a prestigious table or sit down and enjoy a hearty meal at a farm inn or village
restaurant : tradition, creativity and local produce will delight
the palate and warm the heart.
You will feel lasting benefits : Northern Alsace is a concentrate of pure energy !
The nature, landscapes and biological diversity of our region make it a very sought after holiday resort to re-charge your batteries and escape to the great outdoors. Jealously protected, the architectural heritage from the 12th to the 18th centuries punctuates your walks with places of undeniable charm coloured by the romanticism of a rich and powerful past much sought after by visitors.
An essential complement to a "ftness" holiday, physical activity, whether it be part and parcel of a treatment programme or a simple desire to unwind, is enhanced by an exceptional natural setting and numerous sports and relaxation amenities.
On the fanks of the frst foothills of the sandstone Vosges,
with its picturesque streets lined with half-timbered
houses from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, Oberbronn has managed to retain all of its cachet. Lovers of old stone will enjoy the emblems of the guilds, the dates, the names or initials of the owners engraved some 400 years ago in the sandstone lintels of the doorways. A discovery trail through the streets of the village highlights this heritage. Also worth seeking out is the Protestant church in the Late Gothic style, built in 1503.
The lively commercial city of Haguenau offers a movie theatre, an aquatic amusement park with tobbogans and water chutes, an ice rink and several cultural activities.
You will enjoy visiting the Glass and Crystal museum in Meisenthal, the villages of Betschdorf and Soufflenheim,
famous for pottery, the city of Wissembourg with its gothicabbey, the second most visited monument of Alsace…
Don’t miss a tour of Niederbronn-les-Bains and have a
break in the famous casino.
The golfcourse at Bitche overlooks the Citadel. No matter
what the weather is like, enjoy the 175 acre course with its
Lichtenberg is the name of a small village and its 13th century castle. Unlike most of the castles in Alsace, it was not destroyed by Louis XIV and the 30 Years War, but it was damaged by the Franco Prussian War in 1870. It has been renovated and is available for visiting most of the year.
Haguenau was an important village in the high middle ages (1100s-1300s). The Holy Roman Emperor at the time Frederick Barbarossa built city walls, a castle and many other buildings. Like most of Alsace, many buildings were destroyed by Louis XIV and the 30 Years War but like most of Alsace there is still a lot to see.
The Maginot Line
Fort Schoenenbourg (1) and Four à Chaux (2) are two forts on the Maginot Line in Alsace that are open to the public. There are a lot of bunkers and other buildings that were a part of the Maginot Line on the northern Alsace border as well...
Fleckenstein is an unusual castle built in the 12th century. It's so unusual mainly because quite a lot of the castle was carved out of rock...including staircases! It's very kid friendly with lots to see and do.
Betschdorf and Soufflenheim
If you're interested in seeing more of that adorable Alsatian pottery, you need to make a trip to Betschdorf (1) and Soufflenheim (2). First off, you can visit the artists themselves and possibly find something unique and original. Not to mention that these villages have been producing pottery since Roman times.
Northern Alsace Wine Road
This is a lesser known section of the Alsace Wine Road near Wissembourg. You'll need a car to visit the four major villages of this section of the wine road: Rott, Steinseltz, Reidseltz*, Oberhoffen and Cleebourg. If you're looking for "off the beaten path" Alsace, this is it...
Hunspach* and Seebach
Hunspach (1) and Seebach (2) are two very beautiful Alsatian villages known for being very Alsatian. Seebach has a summer festival that recreates a traditional Alsatian wedding. It attracts tens of thousands of people every year. Both villages are very proud of their Alsatian heritage and display it prominently.
Wissembourg is a charming small town on the northern Alsace border. It's just as charming and beautiful as the more famous villages on the wine road. In fact, there are a few wine road villages very close by if you're interested!
La Petite Pierre
La Petite Pierre also known as Luetzelstein is a small village in the northern Vosges mountains in Alsace with a 12th century castle and a lot of interesting and unusual things to see and do... If you enjoy a light relaxing hike of an hour or more, this village is exactly what you're looking for.
Saverne has a very long and interesting history. There have been people living here since the Celts. You'll find remnants from the Celts and the Romans as well as a chateau and a medieval castle all within walking distance of each other.
Saint Louis Arzviller
Saint Louis Arzviller is the location of what could be described as a "boat lift" or "boat escalator". It's the only one of its kind in Europe. It's great for kids and there is a summer luge run nearby that your family will love!
Marlenheim is considered to be the first stop on the Alsatian wine road (or the last stop depending on which direction you are going). It's a beautiful village not far from Strasbourg and every year the town puts on a traditional Alsatian wedding on the 14th and 15th of August.
Just in case you didn't already know...Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace. It has a gothic cathedral that you can climb to the top of (if you think you've got what it takes), 16th and 17th century historic neighborhoods, at least 12 museums, shopping, and everything else.
Niederbronn les Bains*
Niederbronn les Bains as you might guess from the name is the source of a natural mineral spring. People have been coming here since Roman times. If you've never been to a French natural spring, here's your chance to relax a little and experience something new and different...
Grown ups and children are spoilt for choice with play
grounds, places that teach the art of building castles, a lake
for bathing and a range of other activities specially for the
young and families.
Didiland is an amusement park in a natural
environment where children and their parents can
enjoy spending a day with more than thirty rides
and roundabouts…with a restaurant in a wonderful
“The Fleckenstein”. As one of the most famous castles in
Alsace. The Fleckenstein is a perfect meeting place for hikers.
Over the years, the Fleckenstein has become an outstanding
invites children to hang upside down
like a bat, enter into the badger burrow, follow ani-
mal tracks… A play learning site where the very
young discover nature in a different way !
“The Castle of Riddles”.
“The Castle of Riddles”. A huge twenty-game
trail, unique in the North-East of France, which
goes through the forest and leads to the secret rooms
of the castle. The whole family plays and discovers
the wonderful world of Knight Willy and the
mysterious era of the Middle Ages.
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