Alsace is located between the Vosges and the Black Forest, thus enabling many hikes, bike rides and several scenic driving tours. Its various vineyards allow you to stroll on the wine route and taste the different local wines of Alsace.
Beblenhein is a small village with a preserved and special heritage of Alsatian vineyards, situated between Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, and Kaysersberg. Its great vintage "The Sonnenglanz" and its wines are known and recognized by wine lovers.
At 10 km from Beblenheim, Colmar offers a rich and interesting cultural heritage through the Unterlinden Museum, the Hansi museum, its cathedral, the little Venice district and the historic city center with its half-timbered houses. Its prefecture (rich by its heritage) dominates the Champ de Mars square.
The Munster Valley offers the opportunity to venture into the Vosges, the country of hiking, with it roads and farmhouse inns.
At 50 km of Beblenheim, the city of Strasbourg is known for its European Parliament, its ancient cathedral, its tram, the Rohan Palace, the fine arts museum, and Petite France. It is also the Alsatian capital of gastronomy with its foie gras, the wines of Alsace, the great vintages, the cuisine and the famous sauerkraut.
Starting from late November, Alsace becomes the world's capital of Christmas markets!
The most widely known of those are in Strasbourg, Colmar, Kaysersberg, Ribeauvillé and Riquewihr. Each Alsatian village (from north to south of Alsace) organizes its own Christmas market.
Christmas in Alsace also means each village's Christmas decorations with Christmas trees, garlands, and Advent calendars!