The Alsace region of France is a great place to enjoy a holiday with family or group of friends. Spend your time relaxing by the pool, with a game of tennis or savoring some of the wines Alsace is known for. Be sure to visit famous landmarks in the area like Haut-Koenigsbourg castle or the Maginot Line, a defensive network dating from World War II. Browse the old book market in Strasbourg or cycle along some of the more than 2,000 km of bicycle tracks. In short, whether it's an active holiday sightseeing, horseback riding or kayaking you're longing for, or just the opportunity to unwind with loved ones, Bungalow.Net's fantastic holiday parks in Alsace
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Dream big with an enchanted holiday park in Alsace!
What could be more exciting than a magical holiday in northeastern France, the land of castles, vineyards and picturesque villages? It's chivalrous past has left behind wonderful monuments such as Flechenstein castle while nature has endowed the region with dense green forests and flowered meadows, all perfect for a day outdoors hiking, cycling or horseback riding. Sample some of the many excellent Alsatian wines as you walk part of the 170 km-long Route des Vins d'Alsace or spend the day rock climbing or mountain biking in the Vosgues mountains. Furthermore, Bungalow.Net's spellbinding holiday parks in Alsace provide the opportunity for hot-air balloon rides, go-karting, golf, ultralight flights, rafting and more!
A holiday park in Alsace provides the perfect escape from the mundane
If you're looking for a holiday that's anything but ordinary, try one of our holiday parks in Alsace! Known as the "crossroads of Europe", the Alsace region of France offers a variety of sport, adventure, culture and amusement. Begin your adventure hiking the Great Oak Trail of Haguenau which lies within the 6th largest forest of France, or go horseback riding through the valley of Kaysersberg. Kaysersberg, like the Alsace region in general, occupies a strategic location. Situated along several popular tourist routes (Route des Vins d'Alsace; the Romanesque Route and that leading to Santiago de Compostela) it once stood watch over the Roman road which connected Alsace to Lorrain. Today you can admire its medieval architecture, complete with fortified bridge and castle! Winter and the Vosgues mountains provide the opportunity to enjoy dog sled trips, snowshoeing, downhill or cross-country skiing, snowboarding and sledding. In terms of culture, in addition to numerous picturesque villages, there are a variety of museums, including Cité du Train, Europe's largest railway museum. In short, you're only limited by your imagination!