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Motorcycle Tour
Palatinate - Alsace

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The Palatinate - Also called the Toscana of Germany


per rider in a double room (The booking of a double room is basically only possible when booking with 2 persons. As a person participating alone please choose additionally the single room or the option "half double room"). €820.00 $888.26 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €749.00 $811.35 ?
per person single room (surcharge – all single travellers need to choose either the single unshared room surcharge or a shared twin room surcharge depending on their preference) €160.00 $173.32 ?
per person option “Shared Twin Room” (If you as a single rider do not want to pay the single room surcharge, then this option may be suitable for you. You will initially be charged the single room surcharge which will subsequently be refunded or removed from the final invoice if a suitable roommate can be found for you. €160.00 $173.32 ?


5 nights with half board
4 guided motorcycle tours by experienced tour guides
Prepared day trips
Information material about the tour
Travel security certificate
Parking space for cars/trailers - possibly with costs
Not included
Meals and drinks not specified in the description
Toll and motorway tolls
Entrance fees
Travel insurance
Everything not specified under features

More details

START/END: Hotel near Bad Bergzabern
TOUR DURATION: 6 days incl. arrival and departure
TOTAL KM: approx. 1,200
ROAD PROFILE: Well asphalted, partly narrow country roads. A lot of curves.
DIFFICULTY: easy - medium (tour also suitable for beginners and re-starters!)
GROUP SIZE: 8 motorcycles / group; max. 3 groups
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


It stretches between the Saarland, Hunsrück, Hesse, Baden and Alsace Lorraine.

It includes the Pfäzer forest, which covers a third of the region (1771 km² the largest contiguous forest area in Germany). The highest mountain is the Donnersberg with 687 m.Our tours start in the wine region Südpfalz.

We expect an area as created for us bikers. Well developed country roads with innumerable curves. The evening will end in the cosy ambience of our tour centre, with a multi-course dinner.

Tour itinerary:

Day 1: Individual arrival at our hotel, check in until 6:00 pm.

Tour briefing and getting to know each other over a cosy dinner.

Day 2:

From our hotel we first go to Hambach to Hambach Castle, then via Neustadt the wine route to Bad Dürkheim. Then via Lindemannsruhe to the Donnersberg and further to Falkenstein (the steepest mountain of the Palatinate with 25 percent). Then on to Otterbach to the only motorcycle museum, which is in in a former church. Next we go to Johanniskreutz, one of the most famous biker meeting places in Germany. We continue on small well-maintained paths back to our tour centre.

Day 3:

First we ride over the Kalmithöhenstraße in the direction of Elmsteiner - Tal (Saturday/Sunday/holiday closed for motorcyclists) then to Trippstadt and further on small roads through the West Palatinate. Finally we pass the castle Trifels and return to our quarters.

Day 4:

Today we head towards Pirmasens. We ride to Dahn past the castle Berwartstein to Hinterweidenthal to the Teufelstisch. After a short detour into Alsace, we return via Landeck Castle.

Day 5F:

The last tour leads us into Alsace and the Vosges. Through the Southern Palatinate we cross the border into France at Notweiler. On small winding roads we cross the Alsace, past the ship lift at Arzviller via La Petite Pierre to today's destination the Dabo. From up here (660m) we have a wonderful view over the region. On the way back we stop in Wissembourg and at the German Wine Gate.

Day 6:

After a last breakfast together, individual journey home for the participants.