Camping near Mulhouse

Camping holidays near Mulhouse

Are you looking for a campsite in or near Mulhouse? Spend your next holiday or weekend in the lush Alsatian countryside at a campsite with a swimming pool. You'll love the amazing leisure facilities and the stunning natural surroundings.

Choose a Flower Campings 3- or 4-star campsite near Mulhouse: try the Lac de la Seigneurie campsite in Leval for a stay by the lake, La Sténiole and its 7 hectares of nature on the banks of a mountain river in Les Granges Aumontzey. There's also Les Bouleaux in Ranspach, with 4-season chalets as well as charming pitches open all year round in a mountainous setting.

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The best things to see and do in Mulhouse

Once an autonomous city-state that became part of France in 1798, Mulhouse is a town in Alsace. It has a unique historical heritage that you won't find anywhere else in France. Start your tour near the iconic Place de la Réunion, where you can explore priceless heritage: the 16th-century town hall, the church of Saint-Etienne, the Maison Mieg, the Lys pharmacy and the covered passage of the Theatre.

The town's industrial past is highlighted by the successful redevelopment of brownfield sites, such as the buildings of the Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques, the former Heilmann-Koechlin-Kuneyl et Cie factory, and the Lesage tile works chimney. During your stay in Mulhouse, don't miss out on the chance to see Cité de l'Automobile, the world's largest museum devoted to cars, or Cité du Train, which is the largest railway museum in Europe. Other fascinating museums include Electropolis, dedicated to electrical energy, as well as the Museum of Printed Fabrics, which is the largest centre for textile images in the world.

You'll find plenty of family activities for your children to enjoy during your holiday in Mulhouse. Make the most of your holiday: take the kids to the poetic Little Prince theme park, inspired by the timeless classic childhood book. Explore the zoological and botanical park, as well as the Alsatian Ecomuseum, a fun and interactive place to learn more about the rich heritage of Alsace.

After an action-packed day, head back to your campsite to relax by the pool or chill out on the terrace of your chalet!

Things to discover near Mulhouse

Mulhouse is an ideal destination for discovering the landscapes of Alsace, as well as other stunning locations, such as the Ballons des Vosges Natural Park. Close to Switzerland and Germany, Mulhouse is also a great starting point to begin your international road trip: you'll find several interesting cities in this area, including Strasbourg and Colmar on the French side, Basel in Switzerland and Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany.

If you love good wine, you're in luck. Wine lovers won't want to miss out on the oldest wine route in France, which crosses the vineyards of Alsace: it starts in Thann, a few minutes north-east of Mulhouse, and continues all the way to Marlenheim, located to the west of Strasbourg. It's a legendary route that takes you from wine-growing towns to renowned estates, where you can discover the Alsatian grape varieties: Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, Pinot and Sylvaner.

Looking for a truly original family experience near Mulhouse? Come on board the Thur Doller Alsace train, a delightful and historic steam railway that runs from Cernay Saint-André to Sentheim.

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