The destination Obernai and its surroundings
Ideally located, Maison 1686 is an excellent starting point for exploring Alsace by bike, car or train.
The beautiful town of Obernai is only 2 km away. You will be charmed by its half-timbered houses, its pink Vosges sandstone cobblestones and its Christmas market during the holiday season.
Strasbourg, European capital, can be reached in 20 minutes by car or by regional train from Obernai.
Also visit the beautiful town of Colmar to the south which is a 35-minute drive away.
Discover a rich heritage and various activities such as the spiritual site of Mont Sainte-Odile, the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, the Monkey Mountain, the Eagle Volerie, or Europark, the largest amusement park in Europe.
All around Obernai discover the Alsatian vineyard, visit the cellars and taste the typical grape varieties of the region. Pinot Blanc, Gris, Noir, Riesling, or Muscat, enough to make your taste buds travel in Alsace.
For the more athletic, go hiking in a very accessible mid-mountain massif on the marked trails of the Club Vosgien.
For more information, do not hesitate to consult the Obernai tourist office website.
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Here are some recommended addresses for a lunch or dinner in the surroundings.
- La Maison Louise in Meistratzheim, local cuisine with local products
- La Niederott in Meistratzheim, the flaming pie, the real, the one
- Le Freiberg in Obernai, perfect for lunch or dinner
- La boulangerie l’Eden in Obernai, to eat on the go and gluten-free
- Qui dit vin ? The tapas of Obernai
- Enfin à Barr, a place for a culinary experience
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which typical village is to visit near Niedernai?
Near the Maison 1686, you can visit typical Alsatian villages such as Ribeauvillé, Kaysersberg or Eguisheim.
What to visit in Strasbourg?
Maison 1686 is only 25 km from Strasbourg. You can visit the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the European quarter, the Petite France district or enjoy the local gastronomy by eating in a winstub.