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Wellness Holidays in the forest, Natural Park of the Northern Vosges, Alsace, France

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Detox programm

For 165 euros per night including detox menus and personalized treatments.
This rest and detoxifying program is designed to purify the organism and instill new energy for better physical well-being and mental relaxation.

Zen package

For 140€ per person and per night:
organic buffet breakfast
organic 3 course dinner (excluding drinks)
a 60 minutes relaxing treatment
participation in our daily scheduled activities (Yoga, Qi Gong, méditation etc)

Vitality Break

For 50 € per person and per night:
organic buffet breakfast
organic 3 course dinner (excluding drinks)
participation in our daily scheduled activities (Yoga, Qi Gong, méditation etc)

Alsace and the Vosges du Nord

La Clairière is 2km from the village of La Petite Pierre in Alsace. It is set in the heart of the forests of the Vosges du Nord Nature Reserve, classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

The forests of the Vosges du Nord are a graceful tapestry of oak, beech, Scots pine and alder trees, woven onto the mountainous landscape. The sandstone bedrock is veined with rivers and accommodates a variety of natural habitats hosting a distinct array of fascinating flora and fauna.

Discover the many treasures of the forest by taking a stroll or a bike ride along the network of forest paths around La Clairière. Besides being a picturesque village, La Petite Pierre is home to a 12th century château, a church, and museums of local arts, crafts and customs, official stamps and seals, and local Paganism.

Other popular places of interest in the local area include the troglodyte caves in Graufthal, the Judeo-Christian Museum and the distinct architecture of Alsatian houses in Bouxwiller, the Abbey at Neuwiller-les-Saverne, and the châteaux in Lichtenberg and Fleckenstein.

There is a golf course in Bitche. Last but not least, the region is famous for its glass and crystal, with exquisite works on display at the Meisenthal glassworks, the Lalique Museum and the Museum of St. Louis.