Access by Car
The Sundgau is bordered by several French and German motorways, the closest of which is the A36 motorway (Bourgogne-Mulhouse). To access the Sundgau from Lyon and Paris, take exit 14 (Bessoncourt) and follow the direction of Basel (D419). Exit 15 (Burnhaupt) is ideal for motorists from Germany or the rest of Alsace. It is located north of the Sundgau and provides direct access to Altkirch (D466) or Dannemarie (D103).
Motorists from Switzerland and Austria will exit from Saint-Louis / Huningue on the A35 after Basel. Just follow the direction of Altkirch by road D419 or Ferrette depending on its destination.
The car remains the most practical way to discover our region. Several car rental companies offer their services through Sundgau or directly from Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg airport.
Access by train
The closest stations nationwide are Belfort and Mulhouse. Today, the TGV EST Paris-Mulhouse is the fastest and most regular means of rail transport (in 3 hours). Find a timetable.
To get to Sundgau by train, take TER (Mulhouse-Belfort line). This line serves in particular the stations of Illfurth, Walheim, Altkirch, Dannemarie and Montreux-Vieux.
Since 2012, the new TGV Rhine-Rhône line has saved us a lot of time. The sundgau is accessible from the Mulhouse or Belfort-Montbéliard stations. Discover and download the new timetables.
- Mulhouse-Paris 2h30
- Mulhouse-Lyon 2h25
- Mulhouse-Dijon 1h10
- Belfort-Paris 2h20 +
- Belfort-Dijon 0 am +
- Paris-Basel 2h50
Access by plane
Euroairport, an international airport better known as Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport is served by many flights from almost all European cities. The airport site is in the town of Blotzheim near Saint Louis and is therefore only about 30 kilometers from the Sundgauvian capital and 25 minutes from the city of Ferrette. Almost all Air France flights from French cities serve Paris. Many flights are under the sign of low-cost airlines, such as EasyJet
Enjoy many car rental agencies located directly at the airport to come and discover our region located at the junction of three countries and rich in multiple discoveries.
Several bus lines serve the small villages of Sundgau and in particular connect the city of Ferrette, in the extreme south, to that of Mulhouse via the Sundgauvian capital of Altkirch.
Discover the timetables and prices: