The town of Charmes

You can visit Charmes with a Historical Route, suitable for families and children. Charmes was the first town rebuilt after World War II and hosted the Grandes Brasseries de Charmes for 107 years from 1864 to 1971, The town of Charmes brewed many beers including Kanterbräu and was one of the largest French breweries in France at the end of the 19th century.he

Beaver Watching - Charms

During a walk on the banks of the Moselle, a GEML naturalist will tell you about the life of the beaver and we will try to see it in its natural environment.

Hermitage Summer Pool in Charmes

Large outdoor pool and paddling pool open during the summer season. Large lawns welcome you with benches around the pool and an outdoor game for the little ones.

Ecomuseum of the Battant in Charmes

The Écomusée du Battant is more than 150 years of industrial history! During a 2-hour guided tour, you will discover the technique, the know-how and the life of the men of the last century. The passionate guide will introduce you to the hydroelectric power station, the sawmill and the mechanical workshop, which are still operational! He will tell you about the famous engineer Paul DAZEY, at the origin of the development of the company who will surprise you with his ingenuity and his various inventions.

A few km from the Les Etangs du Paquis campsite in Socourt

Carp fishing reservoir, these ponds are located a few kilometers from Charmes. A real haven of peace, let yourself be tempted by a walk in the heart of nature.

Wild Moselle Regional Nature Reserve

The Wild Moselle Regional Nature Reserve is a regional nature reserve located in Lorraine in the Grand Est region. Classified in 2006, it occupies an area of ​​381 hectares and protects a moving bed river sector on the course of the Moselle.

The blue way

After Charmes, La Voie Bleue undulates on a magnificent greenway along the Canal des Vosges. The vestiges of the industrial heritage linked to textiles are clearly visible on this stage, with in particular the old spinning mill of Nomexy in red bricks, or the imposing rotunda of Thaon-les-Vosges. You arrive peacefully at the port of Épinal, nicknamed the city of the Image because of its museum, the largest collection of popular images in France.

The Tourist Office of the city of Charmes, offers bicycles for hire to discover our territory according to our tourist cycle routes.

Vincey Military Museum

Created in 1976, the museum has been located since 1988 in the buildings of the former Boussac establishments. Not being dedicated to a specific era, the visit allows you to understand the evolution of military uniforms and equipment from 1914 until the Gulf War.

Fortress of Chatel-Sur-Moselle 10 km away

The fortress of Châtel-sur-Moselle located in Châtel-sur-Moselle in the Vosges is one of the largest fortified castles in Europe. It covers five hectares, has twenty-two towers and 1.4 km of ramparts, three floors of galleries and underground rooms

Xaronval à 10 km away

In Xaronval, the Village 1900 invites you to relive another time, gently, without fuss but with the maximum of historical awareness and attention to detail. No passive nostalgia but pleasure, happiness in rediscovering these forgotten gestures, these know-how of our craftsmen, these tips from our elders full of common sense. The 1900 village invites you to come and cross the village square (reconstituted on the 1st floor of a village house), to stroll in front of its windows, to sit on this school desk that you may have known, to take up the pen holder or to bite your teeth into that delicious piece of bread that has just come out of the oven.

Wam Park inThaon Les Vosges

Located 10km from Épinal and only 45 minutes from Nancy, the Wam Park leisure center is the ideal place to spend one or more summer days with friends or family. Thanks to its many activities and events, Wam Park offers unforgettable sensations, but also moments of relaxation and discovery.

Mirecourt 18 km away 

A small town in eastern France, south of Nancy, Mirecourt is certainly one of the world capitals of violin making. Endowed with a rich artisanal past (tin pottery, tannery, dyeing), this city, bailliage of the Duchy of Lorraine and place of residence of the Dukes of Lorraine, turned towards instrumental making from the beginning of the 17th century. Legend has it that a man named Tyversius, luthier of the Dukes of Lorraine trained in Italy taught his art to Mirecurtiens

Base Natur'O in Epinal

Athletes, but also lovers of aquatic sensations of all ages and all levels, will be able to have fun, with a multitude of whitewater activities at their disposal, in the whitewater stadium

Epinal 25 km away

Épinal is known first for its imagery, founded in 1976 by Pellerin, the city is also known for its castle and its Basilica

Nancy 30 km away

Nancy, a riverside city in the Grand Est region of northeastern France, is known for its late Baroque and Art Nouveau sites. Some date from the time when the city was the former capital of the Duchy of Lorraine. Its emblematic place is Place Stanislas, dating from the 18th century. This huge square, decorated with gilded wrought iron gates and rococo fountains, is located in the middle of the superb palaces and churches that abound in the medieval old town of Nancy.

Vittel and its thermal baths 45 km away

Vittel is a French commune located in the Vosges department in the Grand Est region, known worldwide for its mineral water.

Gérardmer and its lake 60 km away

Gérardmer is known for its ski resort, high-speed chairlift, tree-lined ski slopes and slalom course. The nearby lake of Gérardmer has a beach and paths around its wooded banks.

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