Colmar, the jewel of Alsace, fascinates with its picturesque charm and rich historical heritage. As you stroll along its cobbled streets, you'll be enchanted by the medieval atmosphere and emblematic half-timbered houses. But beyond this town, the surrounding area is also full of treasures to explore.
A must-see, this picturesque part of Colmar is characterized by its canals lined with colorful houses. A stroll in a boat or on foot is a must to admire these enchanting spots.
Quartier des Tanneurs:
This district, once dedicated to tanners, features narrow streets and half-timbered houses. You'll discover an authentic atmosphere full of charm.
A Gothic architectural jewel dominating the town. Its interior is packed with treasures, including the famous Issenheim Altarpiece.
This museum houses a collection of artworks ranging from Antiquity to Modernism, including the famous Issenheim Altarpiece, a centerpiece.
In December, Christmas markets light up the city and its surroundings, offering a warm and festive atmosphere.
Colmar and the surrounding area are full of treasures to explore, from cultural heritage to renowned vineyards and breathtaking natural landscapes.
A visit to this region of Alsace promises an experience rich in discovery and wonder for all visitors.