You’re sure to want seconds!

Have an insatiable hunger for cycling? Explore the maps — and menus — of Alsace. From delicious drinks and cheeses to half-timbered houses, your route will feature all manner of Alsatian delights. What better appetizer than Colmar, the wine capital of Alsace! Rieslings, Pinots Gris and Gewürztraminers are sure to get your taste buds buzzing. Feel like a snack? Münster and its famous cheese are certain to hit the spot. Or try baeckeoffe, a hotpot of vegetables and meat, or a white cheese tart. From the Kreuzweg and Charbonnière passes, savour the view of the Black Forest — without all the chocolate shavings and cream that cover its namesake… Alsace: you’re sure to want seconds!

In the Rayon des voyageurs
Read Pascale Charron’s review of this destination. She tells us: "Alsace, you know, it's not quite France, not quite Germany. In fact, it is somewhere between the two. Physically, politically,... Read more »

Ottawa CitizenIn the press
Read Susan Riley's article, "Cycling through Alsace", in the August 25, 2012 issue of the Ottawa Citizen.

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July 10 to 25, 2018

July 10 to 25, 2018
> Price (taxes included) : $4,095
Formula: Vélo Québec Voyages
Trip length: 15 days / 14 nights
Level of difficulty: 3

General Conditions

From day to day

Short route: 472 km • Long route: 703 km

Day 1 - Arrival in Mulhouse and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2 - Mulhouse, Munchhouse, Fessenheim, Neuf-Brisach, Colmar (61 to 69 km).
Day 3 - Free day or looped route via Munster, Trois-Épis, Ingersheim (40 or 52 km).
Day 4 - Colmar, Wintzenheim, Kientzheim, Riquewihr, Ribeauvillé (26 to 46 km).
Day 5 - Ribeauvillé, Bergheim, Scherwiller, Andlau, Barr, Obernai. Optionnal via Haut-Koenigbourg (46 to 57 km).
Day 6 - Free day or looped route via Mont-Sainte-Odile, le Hohwald, Ottrott (30 to 62 km).
Day 7 - Obernai, Rosheim, Molsheim, Wasselonne, Reinhardsmunster, Saverne (53 km).
Day 8 - Saverne, Hochtelden, Pfaffenhoffen, Ingwiller, La Petite-Pierre (66 km).
Day 9 - La Petite-Pierre, Struth, Diemeringer, Montbronn, St-Louis-les-Bitches, Limberg, Baerenthal, Zinswiller, Niederbronn-les-Bains (64 km).
Day 10 - Free day or looped route via the châteaux of Windstein and Falkenstein (53 km).
Day 11 - Niederbronn-les-Bains, Froeschwiller, Woerth, Lembach, Château de Fleckenstein, Flischbach bei Dahn, Bundenthal, Wissembourg (59 to 63 km).
Day 12 - Wissembourg, Schleithal, Niederlauterbach, Seltz, Soufflenheim, Haguenau (65 km).
Day 13 - Haguenau, Kaltenhouse, Rohrwiller, Drusenheim, Offendorf, La Wantzenau, Strasbourg (53 km).
Day 14 - Free day.
Day 15 - Transfer from Strasbourg to Bâle-Mulhouse airport (1.5 hrs) and flight back to Montréal.

The package includes:

Equipment (e.g., bicycle) is not included.

Start/Finish: Montréal-Trudeau/Bâle-Mulhouse > Bâle-Mulhouse/Montréal-Trudeau

From 12 to 28 cyclists, accompanied by our guide.

Price of land portion of trip (taxes included): $3095
Package excluding air transportation for passenger and bicycle.

Vélo Québec Voyages est une agence de voyages accréditée, fondée en 1995. Elle propose 70 destinations à vélo au Québec et à travers le monde, et fait voyager quelque 6000 vacanciers chaque année.