Chalots are small wooden buildings near farms where farmers once stored their valuables. They are a quintessential part of local rural heritage in the Southern Vosges.
Follow this 120km signposted tourist trail between the départements of Vosges and Haute-Saône and discover our rich heritage with rolling countryside, typical local architecture, majestic forests, quality craftsmanship, and so much more.
The Route des Chalots is an unmissable experience that can be enjoyed by foot, bike, car or on horseback!
After you’ve visited the Distillerie Paul Devoille, why not take a look around Luxeuil-Les-Bains.
It offers extraordinary Renaissance architecture, renowned thermal baths, a magnificent basilica and a relaxed pace of life.
In summer, make sure you visit the famous night market held every Tuesday with its fantastic atmosphere!
Every year, artists from all over France come to play at the Les Pluralies music festival held in a cloister with a magical atmosphere.
Relive the history of cherry-growing and distilling pioneers
This animal park is home to sika deer, chamois, mouflons, ibexes, lamas, and much more.
Lakes, peat bogs and woodland – a hiker's paradise.
Le Corbusier's masterpiece – an exceptionally lit chapel with a minimalist design
7-9 rue des Moines Hauts
Monday to Friday
8.30 - 12 am and 1.30 - 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday
10 - 12 am and 2 - 6 pm
(Closed on weekends in January, January 1, November 1 and 11 and December 25)