Colourful villages and fresh country air
Come with Eurobike on a journey to another time. The beautiful, colourful half-timbered houses, which are lovingly decorated with flowers, the stork nests, which can be discovered on the roofs and the small restaurants in the charming villages almost make you believe that you are in the Middle Ages. If you are also a lover of fine wines and excellent cuisine, then you have already found the perfect holiday destination for the next cycling tour in France! Look forward to the perfect cycle paths winding through enchanting landscapes.
The most beautiful cycle tours in Alsace
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Questions and answers regarding your cycle holiday in Alsace
We offer the following self-guided cycle holidays in Alsace, including luggage transfer:
Our cycling tours in Alsace are almost always classified as tour character "medium". This makes them suitable for cycling beginners with good physical condition or families with older children. On cycling tours in this category, the focus is always on fun and enjoyment.
One of the favourite dishes of the Alsatians is Choucroute (sauerkraut), which is served with many dishes such as Choucroute garnie (sauerkraut with meat). Coq au Riesling and of course the famous Tarte Flambée are also among the culinary highlights.
The optimal time for a cycling holiday in Alsace is between April and October.
Useful information about your cycling holiday in Alsace
Cycle routes in Alsace
With a network of over 2,500 km of cycle paths, the routes in Alsace are superbly developed. The dense network of paths offers cyclists a variety of options on their journey. Along the Rhine, the cycle paths are flat, as soon as you head towards the vineyards, the route becomes a little hillier. The steepest and most challenging cycle paths are in the Vosges. Overall, however, it can be said that the network of cycle paths in Alsace is so well-developed and so varied that everyone gets their money's worth.
The climate in Alsace
Very pleasant weather invites cyclists from all over the world to Alsace. The year starts with rather mild temperatures and some rainfall. However, from spring you can expect pleasant temperatures, sunshine and dry weather. From April to October, cycling is really good here. But please keep in mind that occasional rain showers are possible at any time.
The Alsatian cuisine
Have you ever heard of Choucroute? There is nothing hidden behind this pretty word other than the Austrian and German favourite of sauerkraut. This simple dish is very popular in Alsace and is often served with sausages, pork and potatoes – almost like traditional Austrian food. And the Alsatian version of the famous Coq au vin, namely Coq au Riesling, the more controversial foie gras, the famous Tarte Flambée (pizza-like crispy base with sour cream) or sweet delicacies such as the Tarte aux pommes (Alsatian apple pie) or the Tarte aux Squetsches (plum cake) make the hears of foodies beat faster.
The famous Tarte Flambée from Alsace
The delicious tarte is considered the French answer to pizza. Wafer-thin bread dough is traditionally topped with onions, bacon, sour cream and baked in a very hot oven. The name comes from the fact that the tarte flambée is baked before the bread, when there are flames and the oven is at its hottest. If the tarte darkens too quickly, the oven is too hot and you have to wait a bit. However, if the baking time is too long, some more wood has to be added. Please don’t miss trying this simple delicacy at least once. It’s really worth it!
I am looking forward answering your questions about our cycle tours in Alsace!