Your stage nature and heritage at the foot of the Vosges.
19 Rue du Cerf
Education nationale : IA67 1998/8
Jeunesse et Sports : 67-50
Education Populaire : 67 JEP031
We have two houses, the Castle and the Herrenstein, 74 and 29 beds, with spacious rooms from 2 to 9 people, equipped with labavos. The bathrooms, showers and toilets, completely renovated, are located on the landings or in the rooms.
Each of our houses has several activity rooms for complete groups (80, 40 people) and for small groups (25, 20, 15 people…).
Many educational facilities allow the organization of free or supervised activities: outdoor spaces and games (ping-pong tables, football goals, etc.), botanical trail, arboretum, educational pond, green theatre, photo rally…
Also available: books and board games, outdoor games (balls, rackets, etc.), video projectors, whiteboards and paperboards...
Our center offers many thematic animations: nature, middle age, but also theater, music, science...
In the heart of the Natural Park of the Vosges du Nord, our center is also the starting point of many trails and marked trails for bicycles and hiking: it allows you to reach the famous GR5, which crosses the Vosges from north to south.
45 minutes from Strasbourg, its pink sandstone cathedral and its European Parliament, our center is also located between the historic site of Verdun, the Struthof camp and the Alsace Moselle memorial.
Taste & terroir
We strive to apply in our daily management the values of the Social and Solidarity Economy: welcoming all audiences, without discrimination and according to the possibilities of each, accompaniment of trainees, volunteers, apprentices in the acquisition of experiences and self-knowledge, implementation of a Diversity Charter, inclusion of people with disabilities, respect for the privacy and well-being of employees (long-term contracts, individualized schedules, a healthy and secure work environment, benefits in kind...)
*CSR = Corporate Social Responsibility
Rue des Cochers
40 Rue du Hochberg
22, Rue Principale
Route de Sainte-Croix
From the elevated terraces of Lichtenberg Castle, 900 years of history and an exceptional panorama open up to visitors. Having successively housed a seigneurial residence, a garrison, and now a cultural and tourist site, this "temporal ship" has sailed through the ages to become a must stop in Alsace and the Northern Vosges.
The Lalique Museum opens its doors for an exceptional experience, allowing you to explore the variety of creations of René Lalique and his heirs, from Art Nouveau jewelry to contemporary crystal and Art Deco glass pieces. The whole is designed as a harmonious combination, combining the historic buildings of the Hochberg glass site with more modern constructions, all in the heart of gardens inviting to the stroll.
Nestled among dense forests and overlooked by imposing pink sandstone cliffs, Graufthal has its origins in a convent of Benedictines mentioned in the 12th century. Near the remains of the abbey, the houses in the rocks give this place, exceptional in Alsace, a unique and charming aura.
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