Castles & Monuments, French rivers
70,86 Km
4 h 43 min
I begin / Family
3 Voir toutes les photos Strasbourg / Lauterbourg
North of Strasbourg, EuroVelo 15 crosses forests via the Rhine’s flood-prevention barrier, up to La Wantzenau. Then EV15 joins the Rhine itself at Gambsheim, with its great locks and the largest fish pass in Europe. After Sessenheim, visited by the famed German writer Goethe, once in love with the minister’s daughter, the Rhine’s canalized section ends at Beinheim. Back on the Rhine’s flood-prevention barrier, crossing forests and nature reserves like that at Munchhausen, the way leads to Lauterbourg, a fortified town, and last stop in Alsace.
508.21 m 481.01 m

Cycle route

Cross the town of Strasbourg via the well-laid-out cycle paths. Then enjoy cycling through the splendid Robertsau Forest. After that, the stage alternates between parts on cycle paths and parts on roads shared with motorized traffic as you pass through towns and villages. You travel close to the Rhine between Beinheim and Lauterbourg. There are cycle links to Germany (via bridges or ferries).

Tourist information

Tourist offices at Gambsheim, +33 (0)3 88 96 44 08 -Seltz, +33 (0)3 88 05 59 79 - Mothern, +33 ()03 88 94 86 67 - Lauterbourg, +33 (0)3 88 94 66 10


TER Alsace, gares de Gambsheim, Drusenheim, Seltz, Lauterbourg

Don’t miss

La Robertsau, the Centre d'Initiation à l'Environnement (on the local habitat) - Gambsheim, the dam, locks and fish pass - Offendorf, Musée de la Batellerie (on Rhine mariners and riverine traditions) - Seltz, the historical and cultural centre -Munchhausen, Maison de la Nature du Delta de la Sauer  (on the local environment)- Parc Rhénan Transfrontalier (with museums, guided nature tours, themed walking and cycling trails, information panels, etc.)

Specialist bicycle services

Specialist bike shops at Gambsheim, Drusenheim and Bac de Seltz

Cycle path
By road
Mountain bike itinerary
Provisional itinerary