Walk in unspoiled nature, explore the wonderful world of the forest or enjoy breathtaking panoramas – all that is possible on the fully accessible Treetop Walk Alsace in Drachenbronn. Experience at first hand the cultural and natural heritage of the nature park of the Northern Vosges Mountains!
A place to visit close to Wissenbourg
DISCOVER THE ALSACE
IN NEW DIMENSIONS
Near Colmar and Strassbourg
SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
EXCURSIONS IN ALSACE
Cave de Cleebourg
Within just a ten-minute ride from the Treetop Walk, you’ll find a real insider’s tip for wine lovers in northern Alsace. Take a guided tour of the wine cellar including a wine tasting or simply let the products of the “Lieux-dits” terroirs (vineyards with special soil characteristics) delight your senses, such as Crémant, Gewürztraminer, Pinot or Sylvaner!
Hiking in the Nature Park Northern Vosges
Explore the home of chamois, roe deer, hazel grouse and lynx. The Northern Vosges Nature Park offers it all with its dense mixed forests, ponds and sandstone rocks stretching between Wissembourg, Saverne and Sarreguemines. Thousands of kilometres of well-signposted cycling and hiking trails can be found here.
The fortress Four à Chaux
Dive into the history of Alsace! The Four à Chaux was part of the Maginot Line, the bunkers and secret passages along the Franco-German border during the Second World War. The soldiers fought there, but they also slept, lived and ate there. There was a grocery shop and even farm animals were housed in the bunkers. You can reach the Four à Chaux area by car in ten minutes starting from the Treetop Walk Alsace.
Fort de Schoenenbourg
Another 15-minute drive from the Treetop Walk takes you to Fort de Schoenenbourg, the largest publicly accessible bunker complex of the Maginot Line in Alsace. During World War II, secret emergency exits and an underground power station, sinkable tank turrets and guns were located door to door next to the bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms of the French soldiers.
Hunspach – The French people’s favourite village
Eguisheim in Alsace is known to many for being France’s most beautiful village. But do you also know Hunspach, the favourite village of the French people? Whitewashed framework houses with gabled roofs, red geraniums hanging from the windows and the folklore festival in summer are typical in this town. In 2020, the French chose Hunspach as their favourite village because of its rich cultural heritage! It is just a 15-minute journey by car from the Treetop Walk Alsace to get there.
Tiny boutiques, amazing restaurants serving Alsatian cuisine and houses that have been standing there for a thousand years describes the town of Wissembourg. The small town right on the border with the Rhineland-Palatinate, not only captivates with its rich history. From the Treetop Walk Alsace, Wissembourg is barely 20 minutes away by car.
Take a journey back in time to the days of knights and ladies! The Château fort de Fleckenstein hosts individual or guided tours, the “Quiz castle” discovery trail for families and a hands-on “P’tit Fleck” exhibition for the little ones – bringing the history of the castle, which was considered ” unconquerable” in the Middle Ages, to life.