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Weather in the Grand Ried

Rhinau

Currently

20/08/2014 13:59

18 °
cloudy
cloudy
11.27 km/h
Wed
cloudy
9 ° | 19 °
Prévisions :
Thu
partly cloudy (day)
9 ° | 21 °
Virtual tour - Grand Ried
The Grand Ried : committed to accessibility
Family
Nature

Find to us for one season 100% bicycle with electric assistance!
Le Grand Ried
Pour une découverte en toute quiétude et respectueuse des milieux naturels traversés... Dès le mois d’avril et jusqu’à octobre, les offices de tourisme du Grand Ried, à savoir Erstein, Marckolsheim, Benfeld et Rhinau, proposeront chacun deux vélos à assistance électrique.
Activities guide 2014
Le Grand Ried
Profitez des beaux jours pour découvrir l'environnement qui vous entoure. Partagez des moments forts, à la découverte des savoir-faire locaux!
Sugar festival
Erstein
Many musical entertainments throughout theweekend, Sunday procession of flowered tanksand out of sugar
NOUVEAUTE : la boutique
Le Grand Ried
Toute une gamme de produits (torchons, épices, fragrance Pays du Sapin, bois peint, boucles d'oreilles, pochettes en tissu, cartes postales
Erstein
Clyde Wright, le monument du Gospel et son groupe The Golden's (Dale Blade, Toni Lorenzo, William Taylor).

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Welcome in the Grand Ried !

The Grand Ried in Central Alsace has an exceptionally rich natural heritage. Located between Strasbourg and Colmar, bordered by the Ill and Rhine rivers, the Grand Ried is surrounded by major Alsatian tourist attractions. But the Grand Ried has plenty of fascinating features, and is sure to surprise you.
As a couple, as a family, or with friends, by bike, in a rowboat or a canoe, come and experience nature for yourself, in Alsace. The region is ideal for nature tourism and discovery.
The Tourist Office of the Grand Ried offer you many activities based on the region’s natural heritage. And other great discoveries await you as well: local specialities, culture, unusual tours... let multifaceted Alsace surprise you!

Did you say Ried?

The term “Ried” comes from the Alemannic German “Rieth”, which means rush (reed). “Ried” applies by extension to the landscapes: flood plains and lush forests.
This region is criss-crossed by a thousand small rivers, and the groundwater table rises to the surface in clear springs called “Giessens” (phreatic springs), which create “brunnwasser” (phreatic rivers).

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