Kaysersberg-Vignoble is an Alsatian town surrounded by vineyards and still with its traditional half-timbered houses. The ruins of several castles can be seen in the area, and the vineyard hills are ideal for hiking and biking tours.
The city is located on the site of a former Roman settlement located on a trade route. From the Middle Ages, due to its location, it belonged once to France, once to Germany. Eventually, after World War I, it became part of France. The entire area is famous for viticulture and Alsatian wine production.
The town is concentrated around the Gothic-Romanesque Church of the Holy Cross, and its buildings are made of tiled houses, many of which are half-timbered. On the hills there are the ruins of the Kaysersberg castle and the chateaux of Chateau des Ifs, Château de Lupfen-Schwendi and several others. Attractions in the Kaysersberg-Vignoble area include vineyard tours and excursions to the scenic hills.