Office de tourisme de Guebwiller - Alsace

Bergholtz, sur la route des vins d'Alsace

Bergholtz is a peaceful village located on the wine route itinerary in Alsace. Thanks to a document from the Ebermunster Abbey which owned assets here, it is known to have existed as early as the year 680. Bergholtz offers a peaceful rural backdrop for a stopover in the heart of the Alsatian wine route, halfway between Guebwiller (4km) and Soultzmatt (6km).

The village of Bergholtz is known for its quarry of pink sandstone whose history can be traced by following the quarry trail. This stone was used for the construction of numerous buildings, the Vauban de Neuf−Brisach fortress in particular.

Tourism packages: independent visit, independent visit of quarries with a map, visit with audio guide of the Eglise Saint Gall

Practical services : Bakery - accommodation (vacation rentals) and restaurants

Recreational equipment for children: playground (City Hall Square), football field

Amenities/related services: free parking for cars, regular bus service

Key figures

Altitude 222 m − 574 m
Surface area 428 ha = 4,28 km²
Density 235,98 hab/km²
Latitude 47° 55' 03'' Nord
Longitude 07° 14' 48'' East
Population (2009) 1 067 habitants
Postal code 68500

GUEBWILLER Tourist Office

45 rue de la République - 68500 GUEBWILLER
Tél. : 00 33 (0)3 89 76 10 63
Fax : 00 33 (0)3 89 76 52 72
Mail : info@tourisme-guebwiller.fr 
www.tourisme-guebwiller.fr

6 rue de Bergholtz−Zell
68500
BERGHOLTZ
00 33 (0)3 89 76 91 06
00 33 (0)3 89 76 24 65