In 2023, the wonderful Alsace Wine Route celebrates its 70th anniversary ! Come and take part to the festivities with a wild range of animations and events all year long. 

Ferrette - Sundgau©Tristan Vuano
©Tristan Vuano


At the crossroads of Switzerland, Germany and Franche-Comté, the Sundgau nestles at the heart of shimmering landscapes, lush green valleys and authentic heritage.

  • By planeClose to EuroAirport
  • By carNear the A35 and A36 motorways
  • By trainNear the train stations of Mulhouse, Belfort and Basel

Why visit the Sundgau?


This area, not far from the Jura and Switzerland, is a great place to come get some fresh air, while enjoying unspoilt landscapes.


Its landscapes are ideal for great outings, and a paradise for cycling!


With its mills, old washhouses and typical farmhouses, it's an area full of character that immerses you in old traditions.

©OT Sundgau

The pleasures of mountain biking

The Sundgau, with its rolling valleys and lush forests, is an ideal spot for mountain biking! Experience the excitement of riding on nearly 700 kilometres of varied routes.

Go for it
Balade forêt Sundgau©Vianney Muller

Peaceful walks and hikes

In the Sundgau, with the first mountains of the Alsatian Jura range, green pastures and mysterious woodlands, you’ll find everything you need for magnificent walks. So, get your walking shoes on and breathe in the fresh air while enjoying the area’s unspoilt nature!

Wind your way down the trails
Balade à vélo Sundgau©movelo Alsace- C.Dumoulin

Paradise for cycling

Pedal at your own pace in this magical setting, where the Jura, the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine Plain meet. Combine pleasure with exploration, on nearly 300 kilometres of routes through unspoilt landscapes and authentic heritage. The Sundgau: a real paradise for cycling!

Pedal at your own pace
Carpe frite©Christophe Dumoulin

Delicious fried carp

Enjoy some delicacies in the Sundgau! From its multiple ponds come an iconic recipe: fried carp. It’s delicious and succulent - eat it with your fingers, with lemon, steamed potatoes or chips.