Discovering Colmar and its surroundings by bike is undeniably the best way to not miss the charms of the Alsace center.
In addition, you will make a gesture for the environment and a physical excercise essential to a good physical condition!
Et si vous découvriez l'Alsace à vélo ? Avec près de 2 000 kilomètres d'itinéraires cyclables, l'Alsace offre un maillage très dense du nord au sud et des Vosges au Rhin.
The Colmar Canal, inaugurated in 1864 under the pressure of industrialists disadvantaged by the Military Engineering because of the deviation of the initial route of the Canal from the Rhône to the Rhine in favor of the fortress of Neuf-Brisach. It gives way today to a dedicated sailing channel, crossing the Ill and ending at the charming port of Colmar.
The unmissable vineyards and wines of great renown, half-timbered houses and typical craftsmanship invariably delight the visitor, after an unforgettable escapade in the "Little Venice" for the most romantic.
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Monday to Saturday: 9am to 6pm
Sunday: 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm
Friday 24 December: 9am to 5pm
Saturday 25 December: from 2pm to 5pm
Sunday 26 December: 10am to 1pm
Friday 31 December: 9am to 5pm
Saturday 1 January: closed
Sunday 2 January: 10am to 1pm
We have put in place sanitary measures to guarantee you a better safety during your stay in our premises.
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Disinfection of hands on entry
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