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The Ill River

Farmer's Museum Place

Winter vue on Oltingue

Storcks close to the village

Oltingue (646 inhabitants) is situated in 387 m of height, at the edge of the Ill river.
The village of Oltingue was mentioned for the first time in a text in 1141. It's former church St-Martin of Fields (XIVth century) and the beautiful Callinet Organs (1842 ) of the present church St-Martin are classified historic monuments, it's Peasant Museum illustrates the rural life of the Sundgau.

The Chapel Saint-Brice and the re-opened Saint-Brice auberge-restaurant can be discovered 3 km away of the village, in a clearing of the municipality's  vast forest massif. 

You will find the following commodities in Oltingue : a bakery/pastries shop, a grocery store, a postoffice,  a hairdresser, two general practioners and a camper service station. In Lutter (3 km) the restaurant L'Auberge Paysanne offers a tasty and very refined cuisine. The restaurant La Couronne d'Or in Leymen (8 km) is a further suggestion, offering very tasty meals and in the summer the restaurant is expending in a very nice garden. Additional tips and discoveries on site.
A drugstore, a dental clinique, a garage,  a cash dispenser and a police station "gendarmerie" are located in  Ferrette (10 km).  

Our Guest-house "La maisonnette Coquette" is the ideal point of departure to visit the whole Alsace, the South of Vosges, the territoire of Belfort, the Black Forest in Germany or close Switzerland. Hikes, walks in the forests and bike rides on discovery paths in the surroundings, Winkel (source of the Ill river), Ferrette and Leymen (visit of the castle ruins),  Lucelle, Burg in Switzerland, the Alsacian and Swiss Jura, will charm you.

Church Saint-Martin des Champs(XIV)


    Lake in Lucelle                    

Vue on Switzerland