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Motorcycle Tour
Riding fun in Alsace

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When riding in Alsace, you could easily get the impression that the Alsatian road builders are all enthusiastic motorcycle freaks, the way they laid the roads through and over the Vosges and never missed an opportunity for 'a bend'.


per rider in a double room (the booking of a double room is only available for a booking of two people. All single travelers are asked to choose the single room surcharge.) €595.00 $636.96 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €470.00 $503.15 ?
per person single room (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room") €150.00 $160.58 ?
Available models and prices on request: BMW, HONDA, DUCATI


4 nights with breakfast
Tour guide with motorcycle
Travel insurance certificate
Not included
Arrival and departure
Rental vehicle
Everything that is not specified under services

More details

Tour start: Itterswiller
End of tour: Itterswiller
Participants: minimum number of participants 5 riders, maximum number of participants 8 riders
Duration: 5 days
Region: Vosges
approx. 750 km riding distance
Accommodation: Romantic hotel with Alsatian charm (shower/WC)
Road condition: 100% asphalt
Difficulty rate: The route runs on very winding, partly narrow, asphalt roads.
Experience: Experience on winding, narrow mountain roads required.
Availability: May - October
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.


Voila, the best conditions for lots of riding fun in Alsace. The scenic beauty of the sunny vineyards, the wooded hillsides and the variety of cultural sights 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 the senses for every motorcyclist.

You can hardly arrange a motorcycle holiday more beautifully. You can only envy our Alsatian neighbours 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: St.Odile and Hochkönigsburg Castle

Mont Ste-Odile, which the Alsatians like to call their national shrine, and on which, long before the monastery, the Celts had already built a sanctuary in 1000 BC, we will first head for one of those great detours to the second largest and at the same time only completely restored castle in Alsace, the Hoch-Königsburg. Riquewihr, the pretty winegrowing town with its well-preserved medieval townscape, which likes to call itself a pearl on the Route de Vin, is next on our route today. Of course, here again a whole series of cols are part of the program. (... approx 200km)

Day 3: Route des Crêtes

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

Day 4: Trois Ballons

On this tour we will discover a larger section of the Alsatian Route du Vin and then connect the three Belches, the small Belchen (1267), the big Belchen (1426) and the Alsatian Belchen (1250), in such a way that it is difficult to say which is the goal ( the way or..?) (... ca 320km)

Day 5: Departure day

After about 800km you can probably imagine why it is called: Biking, like God in France (or something like that). Nevertheless, it is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye and everyone starts their individual journey home.

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