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This department is located in the north-east of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Bas-Rhin has an area of 4755 km2 and over 1,100,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Bas-Rhin? Bas-Rhin houses an exceptional palette of discoveries in terms of religion, history and architecture. Enjoy in one of the holiday homes in Bas-Rhin the changing landscapes: plains, mountain ranges and vineyards. In summer, enjoy the Alsatian tourist wine route that runs through Bas-Rhin.
Regional Natural Park of the Northern Vosges
The Regional Nature Park of the Northern Vosges is known for its rounded peaks and is protected as a Unesco World Reserve. On these peaks there are mountain meadows (haute chaumes) which form an enchanting and varied landscape with beech and pine forests, peat lands and mysterious lakes and rivers. Departure from your cottage in Bas-Rhin for a special walk through this park. The park covers other departments besides Bas-Rhin. Enjoy all year round in a holiday home in this region. In summer it can get very hot but in winter it can be very cold, where you can ski over the snowy slopes. This 122,000 hectare area, where sandstone dominates, has 3 large zones, namely: the Lorraine plateau, the forest massif and the Piémont. Stay in a gite in this part of Bas-Rhin and enjoy a wonderful holiday in nature.
The High Forest
Located in the south of Bas-Rhin are holiday homes in the high forest. This region is known for the excellent walks you can make here. Visit Le Hohwald, for example, which is both a village and a region. Surrounded by beautiful forests, you can enjoy your holiday here in holiday homes in the area. In addition, you can find a health resort in the village, which is ideal to recharge your batteries and enjoy the beautiful walking activities this region has to offer.
Alsatian Wine Route
A good opportunity to explore the villages of Alsace in Bas-Rhin is via the Alsatian route. Approximately 12,000 hectares are planted with vines. Enjoy the local wines made here in one of the holiday homes. On this wine route, which covers more than 180 kilometres, you will also find the two largest cities in Alsace, namely Strasbourg and Colmar.