Leisure holiday in Alsace! Discover the Domaine du Hirtz


Discover an ideal location in the heart of the Alsace Nature

40 minutes from the international airport of Basel-Mulhouse, 10 minutes from the Cernay train station and close to major highways, the Domaine du Hirtz welcomes you all year round in a green and unspoiled nature, in fact, the reputation and the quality of water of Wattwiller.

Nestled in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges, its 8-hectare park, botanical path with many forest trees and undergrowth teeming with life, make this new generation ecolodge an ideal destination to Alsace to recharge and reconnect with the Earth. Only 10 minutes from the expressway, it is the ideal starting point to visit the main sights of the Vosges and Alsace. It marks the beginning of Ridge Road, the Wine Route and is located at the crossroads of many hiking trails.


An exceptional site and preserved for your vacation leisure in Alsace

Perched at 570 meters altitude, where there once stood the castle of Hirtzenstein, Domaine du Hirtz offers an exceptional view on the plain of Alsace. History buffs and raw nature explore with pleasure the old galleries of the Great War and the famous Rocher du Cerf, a dyke quartzite arose from the Vosges fault.

Legends say that this rock that has stood the test of time, is charged with beneficial positive energy. It offers a unique observatory of the fauna and flora of the area and its surroundings. Housed in the catchment area of the source Wattwiller waters, Hirtz Domaine fits perfectly into its environment as we strive to safeguard every day.

 The commitment to an eco-tourism

Our commitment covers both the protection of nature and biodiversity on the optimized waste management and
energies. All Hirtz Domaine team welcomes you to make you discover the pleasures of an eco-responsible tourism that will also seduce you by the quality of its services and activities.

Nature at every moment takes care of your well-being. It has no other purpose. Do not resist it. Henry David Thoreau