Falling in Love with the Vosges

You have 7 days holiday and no destination, why not go to the Vosges mountains to fall in love.

Pricing

Price
per rider in shared twin/double room €495.00 $550.67 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room €495.00 $550.67 ?
per person single room (surcharge) €245.00 $272.55 ?
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Transfer airport (Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Basel, Stuttgart, Frankfurt Main) - Motorcycle rental and return €250.00 $278.11 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW F 750 GS (A2 driving licence) (surcharge) €463.00 $515.07 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW F 800 R (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW F850 GS (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW R nineT (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW R 1250 R (surcharge) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW S1000 XR (surcharge) €750.00 $834.34 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW R 1250 GS (surcharge) €750.00 $834.34 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW R1250 Adventure €750.00 $834.34 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW R 1250 RT (surcharge) €750.00 $834.34 ?
Rental motorcycle BMW K 1600 GT (surcharge) €813.00 $904.43 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Monster 797 Plus (A2 driving licence) (supplement) €463.00 $515.07 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Scrambler Icon (A2 driving licence) (supplement) €463.00 $515.07 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Scrambler 800 Dark (surcharge) €463.00 $515.07 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Monster 821 (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Scrambler 1100 (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Monster 1200S (surcharge) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Panigale V2 (supplement) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak (supplement) €888.00 $987.86 ?
Rental motorcycle Ducati XDiavel 1260 S (surcharge) €888.00 $987.86 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda CB 650R (surcharge) €413.00 $459.45 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda VFR800X Crossrunner (surcharge) €563.00 $626.31 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda CB 1000R (surcharge) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda CRF 1100L Africa Twin (surcharge) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda VFR1200 Crosstourer (surcharge) €663.00 $737.56 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda CRF 1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT (surcharge) €813.00 $904.43 ?
Rental motorcycle Honda GL1800 Goldwing Tour DCT (surcharge) €963.00 $1,071.30 ?

Features

Features
6 nights with breakfast
Tour guide with motorcycle
Travel security note
Not included features
arrival and departure
Gasoline
Insurance
Rental car
Everything that is not listed under services

More details

More details
Tour start: Itterswiller
End of tour: Itterswiller
Participants: Minimum number of participants 5 riders, maximum number of participants 8 drivers
approx. 1250 km riding distance
Region: Vosges
Duration: 7 days
Accommodation: Romantic hotel with Alsatian charm (shower/WC)
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

The scenic beauty of the sunny vineyards, the wooded mountain slopes and the variety of cultural attractions with the nice villages and their pretty half-timbered houses attract many visitors, from art lovers, hikers, wine connoisseurs to gourmets.

The icing on the cake, however, are the many small winding roads that connect all these attractions and make it a pleasure for all senses for every motorcyclist. Where not only the way is the goal, but where new goals are connected again and again and then the way in between can't be far enough. I'm sure you'll say afterwards that I'll come back to the Vosges mountains, with these cols and curves, just to fall in love. Voila.

There is hardly a better way to arrange a motorcycle holiday. Our Alsatian neighbours can only be envied for this and you too will fall in love with Alsace (it happened to Goethe).

Tour description:

Day 1: Individual arrival in Itterswiller

If required, pick up of the rental motorcycle, getting to know each other and briefing

Day 2 : The Northern Vosges

Via Saverne we ride into the Northern Vosges and visit la Petite-Pierre. The cave dwellings of Grauftal are another stop on the way to Arzviller on the Rhein-Marne canal with its ship lift. After a detour to the rock Rocher de Dabo, which is visible from afar, the Col du Donon is another destination before we head towards our hotel via Struthof and past the Neuntelstein. (...about 270km)

Day 3 : The western foothills of the Vosges

Today the focus is not so much on the destinations as on the routes in between. When fox and hare greet each other, this can happen on these little used side roads. The villages are very different from those east of the Vosges and have their own charm. At stations should be mentioned: Col du Donon, to the west, through the vast forests of the western Vosges foothills to Lac Pierre Percée. Col de la Chipotte, Col du Ht Jacques and Col de Steige are just some of the passes we cross before we turn to dinner. (...about 210km)

Day 4: St.Odile and Hochkönigsburg

Mont Ste-Odile, which the Alsatians like to call their national sanctuary, and on which, long before the monastery, the Celts had already built a sanctuary in 1000 B.C., we will first make our way to the second largest and at the same time only completely restored castle in Alsace, the High Royal Castle, on one of these fantastic detours. Riquewihr, the pretty wine-growing town with its well-preserved medieval townscape, which likes to call itself the pearl on the Route de Vin, is the closest to our current route. Of course, a whole range of cols are also part of the program here again. (... about 200km)

Day 5: Route des Crêtes

The Route des Crêtes is undoubtedly a dream road, a panoramic road that mostly follows the ridge of the Vosges mountains and offers magnificent views, sometimes to the south, sometimes to the Rhine valley or to the west, and in the course of which such famous names as Grand Ballon or Col de la Gorge appear. (...about 300km)

Day 6: Trois Balloons

On this tour we will get to know a larger section of the Alsatian Route du Vin and then connect the three Belchen, the Little Belchen (1267), the Big Belchen (1426) and the Alsatian Belchen (1250), in such a way that it is difficult to say what the destination is ( the route or...?) (... about 320km)

Day 7: Departure day

After about 1250km you can probably imagine why it is called: Biking, like God in France (or something similar). Nevertheless, it is with a heavy heart that we have to say goodbye and each one of us starts our individual journey home.

The riders with rental motorcycles ride back to the rental company together.