Make the most of your stay at the Chambard to discover Kaysersberg, a typically Alsatian village that will enchant you with its picturesque surroundings: medieval and Renaissance architecture, half-timbered houses and brightly coloured, flowered façades - all situated between the Alsatian vineyards and the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park.
Walk through Kaysersberg's little streets and discover the town’s host of treasures:
The town hall, a typical example of Rhineland Renaissance architecture
The Sainte-Croix church, built between the 12th and 15th centuries.
The fortified bridge, made out of the typical regional pink sandstone, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the village.
The birthplace of Albert Schweitzer, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952, with a museum
portraying the doctor’s work in Gabon.
The Imperial château or “Schlossberg”: “Kaysersberg” means “mountain of the emperor” and this castle bears witness to the Holy Roman Empire’s influence on the Kaysersberg valley during the Middle Ages. The ruins are just a 10-minute walk away, and provide an excellent viewpoint as they overlook the village.