Ottrott is a French village in the Lower Rhine. It is renowned for its red Ottrott, a red wine from Alsace cepajes black. Ottrott is popular with walkers who discover it to go to the Champ du Feu, 20 kilometers across the road, and walkers who want to climb the Mont Saint-Odile, 4 kilometers through the forest. Ottrott is located on the wine road of Alsace, near Obernai, 30 kilometers from Strasbourg. It is a tourist village as it is also on the route of the pilgrimage to Saint Jacques de Compostela. The environment of Ottrott is very natural because mainly of forest (over 2,500 hectares) and surrounded by the Vosges mountains. You can right and already book online a cheap hotel, or a boutique hotel with spa, fitness, jacuzzi ... for a royal comfort. The town has two castles, that of one of Lutzelbourg and Rathsamhausen. Do not miss the very beautiful Chapel of Saint Nicolas, a masterpiece of Romanesque art of the twelfth century. And then, you who are fond of green tourism, also thinking about going to the famous Mont Sainte Odile. The legend says Odile, blind from birth, was healed on the day of his baptism. She then chose to dedicate his life to God. Around 680, his father, the Duke Aldaric, made him build a monastery at the top of the massif that bears his name. On site, you will see the sarcophagus of Sainte Odile and paintings that retrace his life, but also the cloister, the two chapels ... and other marvels of the site. Remember to book a cheap hotel or hostel in Ottrott. Remember also to taste its red wine before continuing road of Alsace wine.
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