Route des Vins d’Alsace


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Au Clos de la Chaume campsite: Alsatian vineyard

Discover this mythical journey

What would Alsace be without the famous Route des Vins d’Alsace ? We would not dare imagine it. This exceptional journey runs for 170 km along the thousand-year-old vineyards of Alsace. Known the world over for its simplicity, driving the Route des Vins d’Alsace is a wonderful way to discover the riches of the region and the Alsatian vineyards.

Take the Route des Vins in Alsace

The Route des Vins d’Alsace is one of the oldest wine routes in France. Founded by the Alsace Tourist Office on May 30, 1953 for a car rally in the region, it runs from Marlenheim to Thann. You can visit more than 70 wine-producing villages and nearly 1000 vineyards along the Route des Vins in Alsace. The vineyard owners will be delighted to share their passion with you as you taste their wines. The Route des Vins is not only about wine, however. You can also visit Mittelbergheim, Eguisheim, Hunawihr and Riquewihr, known as some of the most beautiful villages in France. You can discover the history and nature of Alsace.

How to follow the Route des Vins in Alsace?

If you plan to do the Route des Vins in Alsace, there are several ways to visit this beautiful region. But there are several places not to miss along this Alsatian tourist route:

  • The Schoenheitz vineyard, entirely located on the steep slopes of the magnificent Munster Valley
  • Colmar, the capital of Alsatian wines
  • the medieval city of Ribeauvillé
  • the Saint-Pierre and Paul  Abbeys
  • Molsheim, Ettore Bugatti’s stronghold and his luxury vehicles
  • the charming town of Obernai, nestled at the foot of Mont Sainte-Odile 
  • the Tour des Cigognes in Saint-Hippolyte, a village also known for its red wine.

You can participate in many events along the Alsace tourist circuit, including the Marathon du Vignoble, Slow Up, wine festivals in summer, etc. As for tasting, don’t miss the late harvest or the famous Munster (a traditional Alsatian soft cheese with a washed rind).

No matter your means of transportation (by car, on foot, by bike or in a camper), know that it will take you more than a day. There are several accommodations available in the villages to make your trip more enjoyable.

Your camping holiday near the Route des Vins d’Alsace

Are you looking for a rental in Alsace to take the Route des Vins? Au Clos de la Chaume campsite is in a perfect location in the Vosges Natural Park, near Alsace and Lorraine. We have a wide variety of luxury chalets and mobile homes in a quiet natural environment, perfect for relaxing with the family. You can also relax next to the campsite pool.