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Alsace is rich in history, culture, gastronomy, and outsanding landscapes! Take advantage of your stay at Camping Labaroche to discover the multiple facets of the region!

River crossing Kaysersberg, named favourite village of the French

Alsace Wine Route

Less than 20 minutes from the campsite, you can enjoy the charms of the Wine Route and its numerous cycle paths.

The Charming  Village of Labaroche

Labaroche and the Hohnack Castle

Labaroche is a charming town with a lot of character thanks to the presence of nature. Take the opportunity to visit it and its Museum of Traditional Woodcraft.

Traditional Munster cheese with cumin


While Munster is known as the capital of cheese and traditional gastronomy, we cannot neglect the fact that is it located in the heart of an incredibly beautiful valley...

Panoramic view from the Faudé tour in Orbey

Orbey and the Wettstein Pass

Between the memorial and the "fermes-auberges" (farm-inn"), this hike will give you lots of fresh air !

The Trout Lake from the air

Vosges Lakes Trail

This hiking trail will make you cross 4 vosgian lakes and make you discover a part of the famous "Route des Crêtes" on the Long Hiking Trail GR5.

The First World War Battlefield Le Linge iseasily accessible from the campground

War Sights

With a recent history of war, Alsace has several war sights that have to be seen and remembered.

Located in the heart of the Ballon des Vosges Nature Park, at the crossroads between the Vosgian lakes and the Wine Route, Camping Labaroche is surrounded by hundreds of kilometres of paths for hiking and mountain bike. A region rich in history, numerous castles can also be found in the area, including the Castle of the Hohnack at 30 minutes from the campground.