Find a treasure in the Alsatian vineyard
Ready for a treasure hunt through the vineyards of Alsace?
Grab a GPS (or just your smartphone) and head out to solve puzzles that lead to a hidden treasure. The setting of this quest? Ottrott, Rosheim, and wine-country trails. The treasure? For once, it is not bunches of grapes, but little boxes that have been hidden by other geocachers at coordinates that you have to find. What better setting than France’s most beautiful vineyard (we're a bit partial). With the cathedral on the right, and Mont Sainte-Odile on the left, you’ve already found two treasures!Hunt for treasure
Hop on a self-balancing scooter and admire the vineyard of Zellenberg
Spend a morning learning how to drive a new personal mobility device. The self-balancing scooter diligently and steadily climbs the paved path along the vineyard. The fun contraption smoothly responds to the slightest request. It only takes a few seconds to master your reflexes, and don’t worry, the scooter knows how to slow down without being asked. It practically drives itself, giving you plenty of time to admire the magnificent landscapes of the vineyard. Then, it’s time for a break and a tasting of a Grand Cru wine. All in moderation, of course, since you’ll soon be hopping back onto your machine of the future. The self-balancing scooter is a great way to explore the vineyards all year round, even in the snow!Pilot a self-balancing scooter
Yoga & wine at the Maison Jean Huttard winery
Yoga is known for awakening the senses and for its relaxing effects. In the downward dog or warrior pose, feel the benefits as your muscles relax along with your mind. Slowly connect with the energy of the vineyard during an outdoor yoga session in an exceptional setting. After the view comes a treat for the tastebuds: now that you’ve awakened your senses, it’s time for a tasting of three of the winery’s famous cuvées.Find your balance
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