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Liverdun

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Meurthe-et-Moselle

Liverdun - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Meurthe-et-Moselle
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Former summer residence of the bishops of Toul, Liverdun is very long a resort town, known as the small Deauville during the Belle Epoque when swimming in the Moselle were still allowed. Liverdun is also famous for its culinary specialty: madeleines.

Geographical information

MunicipalityLiverdun
Postcode54460
Tourism labels
Latitude48.7501610 (N 48° 45’ 1”)
Longitude6.0628060 (E 6° 3’ 46”)
AltitudeFrom 187m to 340m
Surface area25.23 km²
Population5983 inhabitants
Density237 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureNancy (17.4 km, 30 min)
Insee code54318
IntercommunalityCC du Bassin de Pompey
DepartmentMeurthe-et-Moselle
RegionLorraine

Nearest cities & towns

Pompey5.2 km (9 min)
Frouard5.8 km (9 min)
Saizerais5.9 km (9 min)
Aingeray6.2 km (7 min)
Custines8.9 km (16 min)
Rosières-en-Haye8.9 km (12 min)
Villey-Saint-Étienne9.2 km (13 min)
Champigneulles10.1 km (18 min)
Malleloy10.2 km (20 min)
Sexey-les-Bois10.4 km (13 min)
Fontenoy-sur-Moselle10.5 km (14 min)
Marbache10.9 km (16 min)
Bouxières-aux-Dames11.3 km (19 min)
Velaine-en-Haye11.5 km (14 min)

Things to see and do

The medieval town perched on a rocky outcrop offers breathtaking views of the Moselle loop.

The tourist reception Basin Pompey organizes guided tours through the streets to the homes and also Renaissances discovery days with visit to the area of ​​Blue Waters.

The Moselle loop is also a privileged site for anglers especially around the islands of the esplanade of the mill. A rowing club offers introductory summer.

Beyond the dam, a jet ski base allows all boating practices. There is a marked trail of sport. The area is protected by prefectural. The base has a launching ramp for trailers.

Walking along the river Hague forest, family cycling along the greenway of the Mosel loop, rowing, tennis and petanque.

Places of interest

Monuments
Natural sites

Events and festivities

Each year the Office municipal entertainment organizes large parties:

The Medieval Festival, traditionally the 3rd Sunday of May, from 10am to 20pm. exotic assured in the heart of the medieval city day through the reconstruction of scenes of life, an old market and various animations. This event allows to plunge into a world 500 years ago.

Since 2010, the festival in 1900 was replaced by a walk Gourmande "Between Chaouettes and Madeleines".

All of July and August weekends, the "court artists" can see the tourist reception, artists situation.

Photos

High door
High door
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Moselle and Folly Castle
Moselle and Folly Castle
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Hotel Blouët of Camilly Portal
Hotel Blouët of Camilly Portal
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Château Corbin
Château Corbin
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Fishing under the bridge SNCF
Fishing under the bridge SNCF
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twelfth Church
twelfth Church
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Château Corbin
Château Corbin
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Jet ski
Jet ski
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Jet ski
Jet ski
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Castle Park
Castle Park
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Simulator or plane flight
Sports sensations149 € to 190 € Essey-lès-Nancy (13.6 km)
Shaping internship at a ceramist sculptor
Arts and Crafts130 € Essey-et-Maizerais (26 km)
Tasting and sales at the Buzea Georges-Constantin winery
Local flavoursFreeAncy-sur-Moselle (34 km)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Tour of Liverdun
HikeEasy2h00Liverdun
Villey-Saint-Étienne structures
HikeEasy2h00Villey-Saint-Étienne (6.5 km)
Mont Saint-Jean Mountain Circuit
HikeEasy2h00Jeandelaincourt (16.7 km)
Tour of Flirey
Village visitEasy1h00Flirey (21 km)

Restaurants

Bed & breakfasts

Vacation rentals

Campsites

Hotels