The attractive and historic town of Kaysersberg is situated in the Alsace region, in the far north-east of France. Before World War I, Kaysersberg was actually within the border of Germany, but moved into France after the war by way of a punishment. People choose to spend their holidays in Kaysersberg as it is almost like stepping back in time in this town: the medieval buildings are some of the most spectacular you are likely to see throughout this area. Also, all properties are vetted before they are offered to the public for sale and this means that you can expect a high degree of comfort and all the mod-Cons you would ever need.
On your holidays in Kaysersberg, you should very soon discover that this part of Alsace is highly-regarded as being the best area for the production of wine in this part of France. This means that there are proud vineyards nearby, all offering you the chance to take a tour and discover how this favourite beverage is produced. You can then purchase a few bottles to take back to your self catering accommodation with you. Other activities to consider during your holidays in Kaysersberg include nature walking and opportunities for ornithologists, horse riding, canoeing, white-water rafting, tennis, golf and fishing.
Your holidays in Kaysersberg will be within a short driving distance of many great places to visit and these are pretty much in all directions. For a start, if you head due south, you will reach the beautiful country of Switzerland and the cities of Basel and Bern are recommended for a visit. Within north-east France itself, you may want to think about Mulhouse and the important EU city of Strasbourg. Your are also close to the borders with Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany, so you could notch-up a fair few countries on during your holidays in Kaysersberg.
You can expect a typical continental climate during your holidays in Kaysersberg. This will mean that summers are usually warm and sunny, whilst winters are much cooler. Between the months of June and August, temperatures will regularly hit the low-twenties degrees Celsius. From December until February, average maximum temperatures will likely to be around the low- to mid-single digits. Average rainfall in this part of Alsace is around 24 inches per year.
The airports in this part of France are pretty useless when it comes to flights to and from the UK - in short, such services are non-existent and this is a bit of a worry when you think about Strasbourg’s connection to the EU. So, Bern Airport (BRN) will be the best choice for you, across the border in Switzerland. This airport has flights through Flybe from Southampton(SOU) and London Gatwick (LGW) and Skywork Airlines from London City (LCY).