7 days/6 nights, with 6 days cycling


Start any day of the week, anytime between May and October. June and September would be the most popular time to cycle.

 

Spring, is generally mild and bright in Alsace with a few showers. The snow-covered peaks of the Vosges contrast with the greenery of the meadows. Fall is when the wine harvest is and the colors of the vines become red.




Moderate


Classic Accommodation:   US$1850    

Single Supplement:

US$450

    
Luxe Accommodation:
US$2100
Single Supplement
US$525

 

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  • 6 nights hotels
  • All breakfasts and 1 dinner (the luxe dinner is at 3-star Auberge de L’lll)
  • Luggage transfers
  • Use of a high quality performance hybrid or road bike and accessories
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Getting to Strasbourg: TGV from Paris Est station takes 2h20..

 

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France

 

Alsace Cycling 7 Days
Alsace is located in northeastern France, but actually straddles (geographically and culturally) Germany and Switzerland also. Boasting a wealth of extraordinary art and architecture, the region is equally known for its wine and culinary offerings (more Michelin starred restaurants than anywhere else in France). Riding through medieval villages with half-timbered houses, along quiet waterways and over vineyard covered hills is an idyllic region waiting to be discovered.

 

Hotel Hanong, Strasbourg
The 4-star hotel artfully combines designer touches with a blend of styles, including a majestic wooden staircase with broad landings, guest rooms with original parquet floors renovated in contemporary style, a “1930s” lounge and intimate, modern terraces. In a nutshell, a charming and distinctive hotel where tradition and modern design live in total harmony.

 

L’Ami Fritz, Ottrott

Built entirely in stone, the first building dates from the 18 th century. Once a bourgeois winegrower house, it was converted into a wine store in 1895 to sell wine of the proprerty, and finally into a hotel and restaurant in 1970. This family-owned property offers comfortable guest rooms and excellent restaurant in this charming village.

 

Hotel Restaurant Au Lion, Ribeauville
This modest yet charming family owned and managed hotel is comfortable and welcoming. It has an excellent location in the centre of Ribeaville, the guest rooms are large and the breakfast excellent.

 

Hotel Le Colombier, Colmar
The 4-star Hotel Le Colombier is located in the historic centre of Colmar, in the 'Little Venice' district. This takes its name from the orientation of the houses that are located directly on the River "Lauch". The style is contemporary and upscale.

Hotel Les Haras, Strasbourg
This 4-star hotel occupies the former National Stud Farm, classified as a historical monument and now a luxurious hotel by designer-architect Jouin-Manku. The guest rooms take their inspiration from the history of the property and there is a superb brasserie/restaurant, managed by Marc Haeberlin.

 

Hostellerie des Chateaux, Ottrot

In a 17th century chateau with modern wings, this hotel and spa retains original features such as pitched ceilings and exposed beams. There is a spa and indoor pool and an upscale restaurant.

 

Hotel des Berges, Illhaeusern

This 5-star intimate hotel is situated in the heat of the small village and has just 8 guest rooms and of course, the onsite restaurant, Auberge de L’lll which is one of only 27 3-star Michelin restaurants in France. Having had the good fortune to dine here, we can say it is well worth the splurge!

 

Le Marechal, Colmar
This 4-star property was built in 1565 and is one of the most iconic buildings in Colmar, with 30 romantic rooms individually decorated. Breakfast is served in the restaurant overlooking the canal. Member, Chateaux & Hotel Collection

 

"Food and wine out of this world and wonderfully welcoming people. Our best cycling tour in France from all over 6 times."

- R. Pasturel


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