Peace, Enjoyment and Discovery whilst on Bike Tours in Eastern France
Alsace has a favourite spot ready for those looking for peace, for those who enjoy fine-dining, for those who like adventures and for those of you ‘culture vultures’. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for some peace and quiet or for entertainment, a Eurobike cycle tour provides it all. Alsace is France’s most popular destination for cyclists seeing it has over 800km of bike paths in great condition. People from all over the world have long known about the charm that the 3-country region between France, Germany and Switzerland has to offer. Find out yourself and go for a discovery tour by bike here - where everything is enjoyable and everyone is relaxed.
Discover the Nicest Places in France whilst on a Cycling Holiday in Alsace
It is the small towns, which make Alsace what it is. Ottmarsheim, Riquewihr or Wissembourg, to name a few, fit in well with the delightful landscape. The building’s architecture reminds lots of visitors about their favourite childhood fairytale. The pointy roofs and half-timbered construction form an interesting variety in contrast with the state-of the-art modern architecture. Alsace really does impress with its captivating colours and aromatic air in spring as well as in autumn. Between Weinburg and Flussbett, there are lots of places in Alsace to spend some romantic moments.
Enjoy the Culture and the Cuisine: Bike Holiday in Alsace
After an exciting day on the bike, you and everybody with you will be united with one thing: hunger! The routes that are best for beginners are mainly very easy to cycle on. Lots of exercise outside in the fresh air does however make you hungry. It properly stimulates your appetite. Luckily, the Alsace region is known well over the borders for its variety of culinary delights made from regional products. Try things out bit by bit from the region’s impressive menu. Original Alsace “Flammkuchen” or “Coq au Vin with Riesling and Münsterkäse” set the taste buds alive. Or if you prefer sweet things, how does “Gugelhupf” (ring cake) and “Friands” (typical small French cake, often mistaken for a muffin) sound? The French haven’t got their reputation for great cuisine for nothing!