Castle of Wineck

The Wineck castle is a historical monument of medieval style built around 1200, in the 13th century, on a rocky spur. Located at 330 meters above sea level, it is nicknamed "the castle of the vines" because of the vines that surround it. A 20-meter high keep is also part of this castle, which today houses a small museum that can be visited on Sunday afternoons from 2:30 pm to 6 pm (by appointment).

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  • Languages spoken : French
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