Ammerschwihr is a pretty, typically Alsatian village, a few kilometres from Kaysersberg, on the Alsace Wine Route, with some forty winegrowers.
Let yourself be charmed by its historic centre, with its cobbled streets, its half-timbered houses decorated with flowers and its many remains dating from the 19th century. This winegrowing town, heavily bombed during the Second World War, will charm you.
Take a walk in the vineyard to get a nice view of the town. As a family, you can try the fun walk to discover the village in a funny way.
For sportsmen and women, come and test your swing at the Ammerschwihr golf course, a peaceful place between vineyards and forest.
Did you know? Its Grand Cru Kaefferkopf (which means “cockroach head” in French) is the 51st Grand Cru classified in 2007.
Not to be missed : the tower of the bourgeois, its garden of the vines, the High door