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Cycle paths

Come and discover our region by way of cycle paths which are part of Rhine Cycle Route linking Basle to Mayence over a distance of 415 Km.You can take either bank of the Rhine in its entirety thanks to this cross-border itinenary.

Seltz

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Jetski Stroll

Have you ever dreamt about a stroll on a jetski? Come pilot a YAMAHA jetski 3 seats with an instructor. An amazing way to find out the the landscape of thr Rhine. Only on appointment.
Prices :
- For 1-2 people/ 1 jet - 30 minutes : 70 €
- For 1-2 people/ 1 jet - 1h : 110 €
- For 1-2 people/ 1 jet - 2h : 170 €
- For 1-2 people/ 1 jet - 3h : 210 €

Niederlauterbach

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Twilight Symphony

The Bat Box is a sound level meter that enables us to hear the ultrasound emissions of bats. Just one of the exceptional moments during this walk through the Lauter Forest, a sensitive protected area. Night is closing in and settling down to listen out for the call of the tawny owl or the pretty boreal owl is a magical experience!
Please sign up at the Tourist Information Office. Bring with you: suitable clothing, a good pair of shoes, mosquito repellent.

Niederlauterbach

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Total Jump

Feel like having a fun, sportive and summery activity with family ?
Welcome at Total Jump, the most exciting aquatic playground center in Alsace.

Water Jump activity : Let’s go on a sliding rope with a tubby or on a toboggan, then pass on a springboard to jump in the air, before getting back into the water few seconds after.
You can choose your level and the height of springboard…
Big thrills guaranteed !
Autoriszed access for person over 1m40 without any joint problem.

AquaPark activity : A hugh and fun inflatable Aqua park to jump, climb, run, dive, slide etc. THE concept to have fun on a secure water structure.
Make a run, challenge each other, or just chill’out all together, that’s the idea !
Your creativity will be your only limitation.
Autorized access for person over 8 years old, who’s abble to swim alone.

Water Jump Prices :
- 1h / Adult : 15€
- 1h / Children / family / Group : 13€
- Additional hour / Adult : 8€
- Full day Adult : 29€
- Full day Children / family / Group : 27€

AquaPark Prices :
- 1h / Adult : 10€
- 1h / Children / family / Group : 9€
- Additional hour / Adult : 6€
- Full day Adult : 24€
- Full day Children / family / Group : 22€

Water Jump + AquaPark Prices :
- 1h / Adult : 22€
- 1h / Children / family / Group : 20€
- Full day Adult : 36€
- Full day Children / family / Group : 33€

All activities are under the supervision of a lifeguard.
After having fun with friends or family on the park, you can take a break on our shaded terrass with a fresh drink and some snacks.
Playtime, exciting and sportiv activities… That’s our programm for you.
Then… See you soon ?

Lauterbourg

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From the banks of the Rhine into the valley of the Lauter - EuroVelo 15

The canalised Rhine river ends in Beinheim where it returns to its natural course. We can ride along the river on the high- waters embankment while going through the Rhineland forests and natural reserves up to Lauterbourg. The animal and plant lives are really diversified: grey herons, wild geese, sparrowhawks, peduncle oaks, and English elms. On the circuit leading from Lauterbourg to W issembourg, the petrol pumps repre- sent the remnants of a petrol industry that was prosperous in the region up to the middle of the twentieth century. From Wissembourg to Beinheim, the cyclist will discover some of the most beautiful typical villages of Alsace.

Beinheim

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The Rhine cycling route - EuroVelo 15

From Huningue to Lauterbourg- The EuroVelo 15 passes through Huningue, runs along the Rhône-Rhine canal and the Alsace Little Camargue Reserve, cuts through Hardt forest, passes close to Ottmarsheim and its famous Romanesque church and then on to Fessenheim, hometown of Victor Schoelcher, to meet up with Neuf-Brisach, the citadel built by Vauban, listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, and then continues to Artzenheim. It is a “Nature” route which combines discovering pleasant sites along the Rhine, the canal and the forest edge, while offering the cycling tourist the opportunity to visit the great Haut-Rhin towns of Mulhouse and Colmar, lying close by the cycle route and which can be accessed via cycle tracks.

From Marckolsheim, the EuroVelo 15 passes through several villages typical of the Ried plain, before joining up with the Rhone-Rhine Canal. Cycling towards Strasbourg, the ride takes you past about 20 locks. And the fascinating churches you espy, for example in Neunkirch, Plobsheim and Eschau, are all open invitations to explore. Once past Strasbourg, the capital of Europe with many exciting places to visit, the cycle route takes you through the market garden town of La Robertsau and by Pourtalès Chateau and then follows the highwater dike to La Wantzenau. From here, you can explore a whole series of charming villages with traditional.

Lauterbourg

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People's international walk

People walk: everyone welcome, even the youngest children. What better way to discover the region's delights and fully recharge your batteries. Starts from the Community Hall (rue du Foyer).
Route of 10 or 20 km.
Refreshment at the checkpoints.

Beinheim

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Water sports Centre

A dynamic, competent team welcomes you to the Lauterbourg water sports centre. A broad range of nautical activities is offered by a state-registered instructor: school training courses, individual training courses (school holidays) and private courses. You will find up-to-date facilities, advice and supervision to take part in these sports in complete safety. The water sports centre has catamarans, sailing dinghies, windsurfing boards, canoes and kayaks, and paddleboards at its disposal. Possible to spend an enjoyable day with the day pass that gives access to the centre, sailing activities and sailing equipment.

Lauterbourg

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Along the Maginot Line

After the ferry at Seltz-Plittersdorf, the route goes through the villages of the Rhine strip to reach the Eastern limit of the forest of Haguenau. The road then turns north-west to follow the Maginot line.The cycle trail takes you through forest as far as Hatten, then through a hilly area to the foot of the Northern Vosges. The pictu-resque villages of Hoffen and Hunspach punctuate the itinerary until the Pfaffenschlick pass. Lembach is well-known as a gastronomic halt. The valley of the Sauer, then those of the Jaegerthal and the Schwarzbach then lead on to Bitche in Lorraine. All along the route there are Maginot Line sites which have recently been renovated: the shelter at Leutenheim, the Esch pillbox and the Shelter museum at Hatten, the Schoenenbourg Fort, the Lime Kiln Fort at Lembach and finally the pillbox at Dambach-Neunhoffen.

Seltz

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Walking trail : les hauts du canton

the Heights of the Canton of Lauterbourg.
Starting in Lauterbourg from the fitness trail not far from the Plage des Mouettes, you follow the red circle, which will take you to the
Croisée des Quatre Bans, from where we reach the heights of the canton: the Neeweiler Höhe, 183 m above sea level, to look down on the gateway to the Black Forest, the Rhine Valley, the Bienwald, the Pfälzerwald and the Northern Vosges.
On the way back, this circular route passes close to the villages of Salmbach, Niederlauterbach and Scheibenhard.
You can also get back to Lauterbourg by departing from the discovery trail at Salmbach or Niederlauterbach and taking the Lines of the Lauter trail (red rectangle) signposted by the Club Vosgien.

Lauterbourg

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The Trail : circuit autour de Siegen

Footpath signposted with a red circle by the Club Vosgien.
5-km circular itinerary. Start and finish: football stadium

Siegen

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The Trail: circuit Beinheim Est

Footpath signposted with a blue circle by the Club Vosgien.
12-km circular itinerary. Start and finish: at the salle polyvalente (rue du Foyer)

Beinheim

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