Discover the fascinating
region around the Treetop Walk Alsace.
Lots of activities await you, whether historical, entertaining or educational.
Observe nature with its animals, plants, forests and mountains.
For more information, have a look at the website of the intercommunal tourist office of the Alsace Verte :
Tourist Office l'Alsace Verte, Alsace, France (alsace-verte.com)
The North Vosges Regional Natural Reserve is located betweenWissembourg, Saverne and Sarreguemines.
You can admire the local mixed forest – here, you will find beech, oak and pine trees as far as the eye can see.
Enjoy the untouched nature, discover this fascinating heritage and the varied species diversity.
Fort de Schoenenbourg is the largest publicly accessible part of the Maginot Line in Alsace.
The artillery works, a symbolic battle and defence structure in almost its original state can be seen here.
Discover the impressive
underground complex which consists of the following elements:
• Barracks with sanitary facilities, a kitchen, a military hospital and a power station
• Main gallery with its
secret emergency exit
• Command post
• Combat bunker with
retractable tank turrets and cannons
• Various themed exhibitions
On July 1th 2020, the municipality of Hunspach was selected as the winner of the France 3 show, ‘Le village préféré des français’ (the favourite village of the French).
Situated just a few kilometres north of Strasbourg, Hunspach offers a typical Alsatian setting.
Experience the special
atmosphere of this village with its cultural treasures.
At the foot of the Vosges, just a few kilometres away from the Treetop Walk Alsace, is Wissembourg, a typical Alsatian city with a unique heritage.
The town of Wissembourg, which borders Germany, has more than 400 buildings whose origins date back to the 11th century.
Whether the 18th century town hall, the Stanislaus Palace, which was the residence of Stanislaus Lezczinsky (king of Poland and the father-in-law of Ludwig XV), or the Abbey church of St. Peter and Paul which was founded by Austrian Nobles in 660.
Built in the 12th century by the Hohenstaufers, the castle remained in the possession of the Fleckenstein family for 600 years.
As a landmark of the Northern Vosges, the ruins of Fleckenstein Castle enchant with their beauty and their wealth of history.