Tourism in Commercy,
Ideally located in La Meuse, a superb region to discover from our hotel at the gateway to the Lorraine Regional Natural Park ...
Ranked among the 100 most beautiful detours in France, the town of Commercy is rich in its history and heritage. King Louis XV's father-in-law, King Stanislas gave him his nobility by leaving him a magnificent castle and the recipe of his famous madeleines. Today two companies perpetuate the craft tradition with the Cloche Lorraine and the Madeleines box (located close to our hotel). At the beginning of the 19th century, the Art Nouveau is evident. Remarkable creations still bear witness to this era in the town center: the Flesch pharmacy built in 1907, the Maison des Capucins, the ceiling of the savings bank ...
The Pays de Commercy can be discovered through the lush and varied nature with the Lorraine Regional Park whose forests and ponds alongside many orchards where delicious Mirabelle plums are cultivated, or you can go fishing.
It is at the heart of this natural site that you will be able to observe extraordinary biodiversity on the banks of the Lindre pond or enjoy Lake Madine with its beach and the possibility of practicing water sports
By bike, or hiking, the trails marked out over 500 km offer beautiful discoveries with, among other things, the village of Viéville-sous-les-Côtes with its 18th century architecture , Prény, ancient medieval town or Hattonchâtel and its exceptional view point over the Woëvre plain which is revealed from its troubadour style castle.
Land of memory, the park contains many sites related to the First World War, such as the tomb of the writer Alain-Fournier who felon the front in 1914 or the memorial dedicated to the US Army offensives in 1918 with its superb panorama on the Côtes de la Meuse.