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Les Castors
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Phone contact details of the Campsite Les Castors, rental of atypical wooden huts at the foothills of the Vosges Mountains
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03 89 48 78 58
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will take place less than
30 minutes away from the campsite.
Lots of our accommodations
can be rented even in winter.
Bird’s eye view of the Grand Ballon d'Alsace, located nearby the campsite Les Castors in Alsace
Bird’s eye view of the Ballon d'Alsace, located nearby the campsite Les Castors in the Haut-Rhin
Bird’s eye view of the surroundings of the campsite Les Castors located at the foothills of the Vosges Mountains
Bird’s eye view of the surroundings of the campsite Les Castors in Alsace
Campsite Alsace LES CASTORS
Logo of the geographic location of the Campsite Les Castors in the Higher Rhine, in Alsace
4, route de Guewenheim 68520 BURNHAUPT LE HAUT
Phone contact details of the Campsite Les Castors, rental of Wooden Cabins, Huts and Chalets in Alsace
Phone : 03 89 48 78 58
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Around the campsite

From the Campsite Les Castors, begin your discovery of the historic and natural heritage of Alsace

Discover Alsace our beautiful region, full of activities and attractions for young and old!
Alsace will share its many gastronomic riches. Do not leave without tasting regional specialties: typical dishes, Alsatian wines and great wines.
Ready for a gourmet break? Let yourself be tempted by a Tarte Flambée, a Bouchée à la Reine, an Alsatian sauerkraut, a Baeckeoffe or the famous Spaetzle.

The wines of Alsace are internationally renowned: freshness, sweetness, aromas, spices. The range of wines of Alsace is generous with its wines of grape varieties: Pinot Blanc, Noir or Gris, Sylvaner, Riesling, Muscat, Gewurztraminer without forgetting the famous Crémants d'Alsace!

To discover without delay!!
Try the 100% Alsatian food and wine combinations: foie gras and Pinot Gris, Munster and Gewurztraminer, Sauerkraut and Riesling, Kougelhopf and Muscat

If you want to know more, discover the famous Alsatian Wine Route and the Alsatian vineyards, between the Rhine Plain and the Ballons des Vosges. Nearly 170 km are to be explored from Thann in the south to Marlenheim in the north. Through vineyards and cellars, discover a terroir, a culture of the land, ancestral traditions and green landscapes between valleys and pastures.

The campsite Les Castors is only 15 minutes away from the south gate of the Alsatian Wine Route!


Historical and natural heritage of the Haut-Rhin region


The Campsite Les Castors is a perfect starting point to go and discover the historical and natural heritage of the region.
Discover the history of Alsace with its historic sites such as the Vieil Armand « Hartmannswillerkopf »with its memorial, its battlefield and its museum, without forgetting to go and contemplate the nature and landscapes of the Ballon d’Alsace,the Grand Ballon and the Petit Ballon. Do not hesitate to go for a walk along the lakes, waterfalls or in the forest of the Parc Naturel Régional du Ballon des Vosges.

HARTMANNSWILLERKOPF LE VIEIL ARMAND
The memorial, the battlefield and the museum
Eguisheim en Alsace
The memorial, the battlefield and the museum
Kaysersberg
Elected most beautiful village of France
Mulhouse
Automobile Museum
Strasbourg
Petite France

Discovery of the typical Alsatian villages


If you wish to visit the major Alsatian cities, such as Strasbourg, Colmar or Mulhouse, , you found the best located campsite in Alsace. We are only 15 minutes away from Mulhouse and 30 minutes from Colmar.
Take advantage of our campsite great location. Strasbourg is only 1h15 away by car and 50 minutes by train.

Many other typical villages are close to the Campsite Les Castors, such as:Thann, Masevaux Feldbach, Guebwiller or even Eguisheim and Kaysersberg élus “plus beau village de France”both elected “plus beau village de France” (most beautiful village of France). In these places, you will feel the Alsatian culture and its many events and animations. Do not miss the traditional festivals in summer and the famous Christmas markets in winter.

Theme Parks

Find nearby two inevitable theme parks: the Park of the Little Prince and Europa Park.

The Parc du Petit Prince, the Little Prince, is the first aerial theme park of the world, located nearby the campsite Les Castors in Alsace
Parc du Petit Prince
The Petit Prince Park (the Little Prince) is the world's first air park with two balloons, a fun park for children, a small electric train and a giant trampoline park.
The novelties of 2017 are one roller coaster, the Snake and a super splash, the South Atlantic.
Europa Park is a family theme park for kids and grown-ups, located nearby the campsite Les Castors in the Haut-Rhin
Europa Park
Europa Park is a family-friendly park for young and old with roller coasters, attractions for kids, shows and themed neighborhoods. There is everything to have fun with family or friends. Europa Park, voted the best park in the world, is in Germany only 1 hour away from the campsite. Its latest novelty, the Voletarium is an attraction to discover Europe by flying with virtual reality.
Local Parks

Wesserling Park and the Ecomusée d’Alsace

The Parc de Wesserling is located nearby the Campsite Les Castors in Alsace
Wesserling Park
With its 5 sumptuous gardens classified "remarkable garden", its textile Eco-museum and its many buildings related to the textile industry, the Wesserling Park traces the extraordinary industrial adventure of this former textile factory. Its heritage trail form a pleasant place to walk, to discover with family or friends.
The Ecomusée d'Alsace is located nearby the Campsite Les Castors
Ecomusée d’Alsace
The Écomusée d’Alsace is the largest living open-air museum in France and shows an Alsatian village from the early 20th century. It illustrates what rural life was like in Alsace and invites visitors to find out about popular traditions and art of the region, including buildings and artefacts, craftsmen at work, temporary exhibitions, attractions and events both small and large. Traditional festivities, daily activities and events for all the family, remarkable exhibitions, rides on boats or in tractor or horse-drawn carriages, participative workshops and classes – in the Écomusée the attractions, events and entertainment are for sharing with friends or family, all through the seasons. At Easter, for example there is the conscripts’ egg race, then at other times of the year, the Whitsun parade, the harvest festival, summer nights, a folk music festival, and much more.
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