The essentials

Nancy : historical city, the most beautiful square in Europe, city of Art Nouveau, the nursery park and the fabulous sound and light every evening on the Place Stanislas ... ;
Toul and the wine
Domremy la Pucelle : Jeanne d'Arc's birth house :
Baccarat : The crystal works:
Verdun : Place of remembrance and events of the centenary of the First World War:

The hikes

- The Hill of Zion :

The Hill of Sion-Vaudémont, located in the country of the Saintois is a major place of tourism Meurthe-et-mosellan. It is at the origin of the novel published in 1913 by Maurice Barrès, who made it a mystical place. The Barrès monument is the highest point of the Lorraine plateau, excluding the Vosges
The Mont d'Anon and its forests :Marked trails and hikes around the village of Goviller. (hikers of the Saintois)

- The curls of the Moselle :
Routes of 100km of greenways along the Moselle to discover by bike in complete safety :

Family outings

- Park of the Holy Cross :In a green setting, discovery trails take you to meet more than 1500 animals from 100 species living in
- Strawberry-wort :This family park is located in the heart of the Vosges forest. It offers attractions on the theme of the Far West. New attractions are added every year and there are roller coasters, sensational, aquatic and family
- Amnéville :Zoo, thermal area, golf, adventure park, everything you need for a great day

Castles and gardens

We are lucky to have in Goviller a space dedicated to Contemporary Art as well as the magnificent garden that Aline stages every year (to be visited for free every Sunday)
Haroué :Discover the Château de Haroué, a masterpiece of elegant 18th century style by the architect Germain Boffrand. Many artists have contributed to embellish the place with their works. They include the grilles of Jean Lamour, the statues of Barthélémy Guibal, as well as tapestries.
Thorey Lyautey :An exceptional stage, on the Lorraine Marches Route, between Domrémy and the hill of
Lunéville :The little Versailles of
Gélaucourt :Set in a large meadow, the garden offers a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and botanical species, integrated into a natural plant environment. With more than 12,000 plants and over 900 varieties, it contains an estimable collection of wetland plants skilfully