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- Peaceful park in the popular tourist area of Ile du Rhin
- Leisure centre and recreational activities for active guests
- Order fresh bread or visit the on-site shop and restaurant
France or Germany? Germany or France? Euro-ditherers can have both with a stay at Camping l'Ile du Rhin in the Ile du Rhin tourist region on the French/German border: that'll be two types of wine and cuisine to try then...
It's all most peaceful here, set over three hectares under shady pines, and between the Rhine and the Grand Canal of Alsace in the village of Biesheim. If you're feeling (a little) active, the leisure centre just 500 metres away has free access and the campsite provides plenty of sport and recreation activities like tennis, volleyball, football, basketball and pétanque. Kids have a playground where activities, entertainment and sports tournaments are held.
The park also has a shop and a restaurant (open evenings only in low season), a launderette and a kitchen area with coffee machine and microwave. Fresh bread is available to order and the nearest supermarkets are six kilometres away.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Very large (over 200 pitches)
By car: From Colmar, take the D415 east and follow the directions for Freiburg. At the last roundabout before crossing the border into Germany, take the third exit signposted Ile du Rhin Nord/Zone de Loisirs and follow the directions to the campsite.
Breisach (in Germany)
Basel (in Switzerland)
Bring your toughest walking boots and get lost among the Alsatian days, trekking trails, history, rural landscapes and forests of Breisach country; local produce should of course be consumed, Pacmanlike, on the way too.
Once you cross the border to Germany from Camping l'Ile du Rhin, you'll be in the Black Forest, the country's biggest natural park and, say we, one of the finest forests in Europe. Woods, mountains, valleys and lakes are all around, along with mighty scenic villages (said to have inspired the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm), watersports at the Titisee and the Schluchsee, and the many spa resorts of Badenweiler, Bad Herrenalb etc.
Back in Breisach, take a long lazy river cruise for smashing views of the local countryside and its many villages, rent a bike to pedal freely around, try some watersports or dip into the local pool, just 300 metres from base.