Small village of Bas-Rhin, in the Grand Est region, Niederhaslach is nestled in the Haslach valley, on both sides of the stream Hasel. Surrounded by forests and hills, it is located about forty kilometers from Strasbourg, not far from Molsheim.
The village of Nierderhaslach was born in the 7th century with the construction of a monastery founded by Saint Florent. Converted into a collegiate church in the middle of the 11th century, he became dependent on the bishop of Strasbourg. Partly destroyed during the Thirty Years' War by the Swedes, the town is gradually reborn from its ashes to become an important place of tourism in the department.
Even today, Niederhaslach has a rich historical heritage that attracts many tourists visiting the region.