The town of Dumbach, an old town, has preserved parts of its old walls. The Saint Sebastien chapel has been lying here since the 11th century, reuniting styles like Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque. In the town of Dumbach, there is also a culinary festival named Fete de la Myetille, taking place in the third weekend of July, each year.
Munbach is famous for its Romanesque Benedictine abbeys, also for Marmotier and Rosheim, being one of the most important monuments in the whole Alsace.
Rouffach hosts an old church, built approximately in the 12th century, in Rouffach, called The Notre Dame de l’Assomption.
Eguisheim is a small ancient town having preserved its 15th and 16th century buildings.