Subject to various climatic influences and with an altitude ranging from 100 to 1,400 m, Alsace is full of nature’s bounty! It is home to two Nature Parks and 21 nature reserves.
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Lohr

Through nature outings in the Regional Nature Park of the Northern Vosges, the association Les Pi

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La Petite Pierre

Built in the 13th. c., modernized by Vauban in 1680.

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Sparsbach

Organises courses, workshops and conferences on practical ecology.

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Gambsheim

In the Fish Pass Visitor Centre, an underwater room enables you to observe the fish swimming up a

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Les Trois Epis

Monument built at a height of 730 metres on a rocky spur.

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Selestat

Ill*Wald (2,000 hectares) is like a mosaic from a far forest and meadows.

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Grandfontaine

Site classified as a historical monument - noise-restriction area.

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Saint Louis

20 minutes pedestrian access starting at the Stade de l'Au car park in Saint-Louis/Neuweg or

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Altenach

Guided naturalist walks, tour of Sundgau geology gallery (permanent exhibit).

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