You'll depart in the early afternoon from Colmar, the heart of the Alsace wine region, and travel along the wine trail in comfortable air-conditioned transport to visit the quaint villages. The colorful half-timbered houses and cobblestoned streets make these centuries-old villages truly picturesque.
You'll also step into the picturesque chapel Notre Dame de Lorette built-in 1693 on a promontory overlooking the Abbey. Let us contemplate the polychrome wooden altar, the beautiful statues and frescoes and the magnificent sundial made in 1714 by a Capuchin monk. After this peaceful views, you’ll discover Murbach's Abbey and learn the history behind the red sandstone facade of this once powerful monastery resting at the foot of the highest mountain in the region.
To finish off your afternoon you'll be taken to a winemaker to experience the established methods of local winemaking and of course the opportunity to sample the results!
You'll travel back along the wine route, enjoying the views of the rolling green hills and abundant vineyards to arrive comfortably back at your accommodation for the early evening.