The Alsace wine route was set up in 1953 and stretches 170 km from the north to the south of the region. It runs through 70 wine-making villages, including some of the most beautiful in Alsace, particularly those which have preserved their fortifications: Eguisheim, Kaysersberg, Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Andlau, Obernai… From April to October, each of these villages in turn organizes traditional celebrations, processions and tasting events to introduce visitors to regional traditions and a selection of fantastic regional wines.
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.
Hotel A La Cour d'Alsace is the perfect place to stay to discover the stunning region of Alsace. Over a weekend or longer, find peace of mind and freedom amongst luscious countryside landscapes which you can explore on foot, by bike or on horse back!