Alsace offers up countless charms to visitors with its exceptional natural heritage. Between the plains, the rivers and the vineyards, the region boasts a variety of landscapes which will delight both trekkers and cyclists. With over 12,000 km of footpaths and 2,500 km of marked cycle routes, Alsace is a little slice of paradise for adventurers. Explore the surrounding countryside down a variety of paths which set off from Obernai and will take you to famous sites such as Mount Saint-Odile.
Take advantage of your stay in Obernai to discover the Alsace region. Once you have visited our old royal city, thousand of others sites are waiting for you. Between the visit of cellars, cities and typical alsatian villages, have a break in sumptuous landscapes.
Obernai is a typical Alsace town. It has been listed as one of the "Most Beautiful Detours in France", with a stunning architectural heritage, and it plays host to a wide range of cultural and sports events.
A gourmet town, Obernai reserves a special place for fine cuisine. Treat yourself to specialities of Alsace in an authentic, welcoming atmosphere.
With its historic centre listed as a world heritage site, its canals and its enchanting Christmas market, Strasbourg is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful European cities. Whether you're in Strasbourg to see the sights, sample cultural offerings or enjoy gourmet dining, you won't be disappointed by the variety and abundance of attractions on offer.
30 minutes from Obernai, Colmar between the Vosges and the Rhine, is possessed of an undeniable charm. The capital of Alsace wines, this "countryside city" brings together the best of Alsace with its canals, half-timbered houses and windowsill flower displays. Strolling through its picturesque streets, discover an incredible heritage and a different pace of life.
Alsace is a land of secular traditions. The region owes its reputation not only to the beauty of its landscapes and the quality of its cuisine, but also the excellence of its wines.
The 170 km wine route runs through Obernai and will take you on a journey through our stunning region into wine cellars and across vineyards to discover the diversity and quality of Alsace vintages.