Have a rich and varied heritage which merits discovering.
Founded in 1475, La Rochère is the oldest working glass of French art still in operation. The workshop offers a view of the glass workers at work.
The creations are to be discovered in an exhibition-sale shop whose wooden frame dates from 1840.
Read more : www.larochere.com
The hot springs of Luxeuil-les-Bains are known and exploited since Antiquity. The Romans lent them the virtues of purification, longevity and fecundity.
Today, these waters rich in trace elements are known for their healing properties in phlebology, rheumatology and gynecology. Curists can benefit from it in one of the oldest thermal establishments in France.
Read more : www.luxeuil-vosges-sud.fr
The Fougerollais Country has been known since the end of the 16th century for its cherry growing, and for the manufacture of cherry water or kirsch (label AOC).
The Ecomusée presents this know-how, while proposing to discover the traditional life, the ways to live, work, get married or drink in the Fougerolles of old.
Read more : ecomusee-fougerolles.fr
A harmonious architectural center, the site of the Notre-Dame du Haut Hill is composed of the Sainte-Claire monastery, the Porterie, the campanile and the Notre-Dame du Haut chapel, built by Le Corbusier and listed as a World Heritage site Unesco.
Read more : www.collinenotredameduhaut.com
Now the mythical arrival of the Tour de France, the resort of the Planche des Belles Filles is not only reserved for cycling enthusiasts!
In winter, its skiing area allows Nordic skiing, alpine skiing, snowshoeing, sledding ... And in summer, place for cycling, mountain biking or walking within the exceptional fauna and flora Of the Massif des Vosges.
Read more : www.stationdelaplanche.fr
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