Beautiful town on the Wine Route, Kaysersberg surprises by the charm of the medieval sites around the Ste Croix church (Romanesque portal, a carved altarpiece: a masterpiece rarely equalled) and the fortified bridge dominated by the castle (remains of the former free city of the Décapole). Its strategic position reawakens the memory of the old Roman road which linked the Alsace to the Lorraine. Kaysersberg is considered one of the most charming cities in Alsace, with its paved streets and half-timbered houses. You will find an important choice of hotels and bed and breakfast. The native town of Albert Schweitzer offers camping possibilities and quiet walks in the forest. Kaysersberg is situated on the on the road of Santiago de Compostela.
- Altitude : 240m