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 Tourism, holiday & travel in Vesoul
Insee code70550
AltitudeFrom 213 to 375 meters
Surface9.07 km²
Population16815 inhabitants
Density1853 inhabitants/km²


National labelNavenne at 2 km (5 min)
DepartmentHaute-SaôneFrotey-lès-Vesoul at 2.4 km (5 min)
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  • Located at the crossroads of RN 19 and RN 57 on the SNCF Paris-Basel line Vesoul is an ideal place to discover the Haute-Saône.
  • Like all cities that have a long history, has an old center Vesoul: houses and mansions from the 15th to the 18th century, Saint-Georges, Georges-Garret Museum (Fine Arts and Archeology). Take time to wander the streets, in shops, daydreaming on the terraces of cafes, stroll the English Garden where thousands of flowers welcome you: you will discover a Vesoul you do not suspect that will amaze you and seduce you.
  • History:
  • From the Middle Ages, the Butte de la Motte is crowned by a castle of great strategic importance. This is on the low hills that will hang the first houses which give rise to the village, while the vine covers well-exposed slopes. At the site of the castle destroyed in 1595, was erected in the 18th century, a huge cross covered with metal plates that shone in the sun and had to protect the vineyard (wine la Motte was very appreciated by the Dukes of Burgundy). Revolution wished to replace an obelisk in honor of freedom. It was never realized. To thank the Virgin for having protected the city from the cholera epidemic of 1854, the Vésuliens built the present chapel in 1857 blessed the sun.
  • The Middle Ages: Shortly after the construction of the castle, the "castrum vesulium" City Vesoul moved gradually to the foot of the hill de la Motte, free from frequent flooding of the plain. From the 13th century, is surrounded by ramparts Vesoul. The city is still known for its fairs and commercial, wine and judicial activity.
  • Renaissance: After the destruction of the city in the late 15th century, Vesoul knows the following century a period of prosperity. Administrative center, craft, commercial and legal, it also becomes one of the most important wine-growing towns in the region. The city rebuilt around the church Saint-Georges, and beautiful houses are built on a still medieval model, that of the rectangular house flanked by a turret stairs. They are decorated with fine decorations borrowed from Gothic vocabulary. Cables, braces, carved shields that make the charm of this architecture.
  • The Enlightenment: the eighteenth, Haute-Saône experiencing a period of strong economic and demographic development. Villages rebuild their churches and public buildings. Vesoul at that time, saw the largest expansion in its history. The quadruple population and the city takes on a new face. Rich bourgeois modernize the old family houses or build new houses, the elegant symmetrical facades. To allow the city to breathe, the streets widen, fountains are built and squares were laid. Two main buildings of the city were built: St. George, richly decorated with sculptures and wood rubble, and the Palace of Justice (1765-1771) church. With more than 40 lawyers, Vesoul is then a very important judicial center. The city is also expanding outside the ancient walls and the suburbs are emerging.
  • The 19th century The 19th century saw Vesoul enter the industrial era. After the almost total destruction of the vineyards by phylloxera, activities evolve. By mid-century, the railways put the city at the center of an extensive network of railway town, national and local interest. Industries settled around the city center. The suburbs are growing, surrounding a historic center that will always be preserved. Vesoul then a quiet administrative and commercial city, home to the 11th Regiment of Chasseurs. She claims its tranquility and quality of life. From 1900, beautiful houses are built close to the city center, adopting the styles in vogue at the time: Modern Styl, Art Nouveau, Art Deco (Caisse d'Epargne streets Gérôme and Doctor-Doillon).
  • The vésulienne architecture: Limestone is the main material used for construction vésuliennes. A beige and blue limestone cohabits with a ferruginous limestone, the redder shades. These stones are used to create sober houses, solid, yet elegant. Having been destroyed several times before the 16th century, has always preferred Vesoul fastness fantasy. Evidenced by this Latin motto on a porch "during Moderata", "what is moderate hard". The wood is also very present in buildings, mostly in backyards. From the 17th century mullioned windows give way to large windows, offering more interior light. These houses are protected by roofs often very steep, sometimes decorated with glazed tiles.
  • La Motte: It marks a big way vésulien the landscape. Formerly part of the limestone plateau east of the city, Butte de la Motte (380 m) separated during geological upheavals (Quaternary) that allowed the water to seep through the cracks was, to breach that engulfed the Durgeon. Over the millennia, the patient work of whitewater insulation Hill Motte, butte exemplary witness of the ancient terrain overlooking the open landscape by the valley of Durgeon. Several streams bask in the plain, in a complex network of meandering, ready to flood the country in case of heavy and prolonged rains. Any time, Vésuliens tried to control water. Some street names (tanners, ilottes) remind us that patient struggle.


  • In the old Vesoul, the church Saint -Georges:
  • Built on the site of an old chapel which dates back to the 11th century, the church of St. George is a very interesting example of religious architecture in the early 18th century in the Haute- Saône. On the model of the church hall, in vogue at the time, the interior vaults are all located at the same height.
  • If the exterior of the church is striking for its originality, the interior is remarkable for its decoration : the apse adorned with beautiful woodwork rock meets the 3,336 pipes of the great organ, one of the most powerful region.
  • Over the chapels, eras intersect and unfold : Medieval Pieta, Entombment Renaissance, Baroque Glory and Saint Sebastian by Gustave Courtois. Color schemes on the stone and wood, lighting between the windows, games resonances between the organs...
  • The interior of the church of St. George was completely renovated in 2008.
  • Place the courthouse :
  • This is where that was located in the market hall Vesoul. Destroyed at the end of the 18th century to create a place, it was replaced by the current courthouse. The construction of the latter was the starting point for the creation of an architectural ensemble consisting of the Palace of Justice, the hotel Pétremand, to its right, and the hotel Salives St. Paul Petitclerc.
  • Pure and symmetrical shapes, elegance facades are the main features of this remarkable ensemble. The obelisk fountain, built in 2003, fits perfectly into this site.
  • La Motte
  • Downtown - Signage along the promenade.
  • La Motte hill overlooking the plain of Durgeon ( 378 m). From the late 10th century, a castle stands on the tiny platform. The troops of the Tremblecourt shave in 1595 and disembowel walls. Later, a large wooden cross covered with metal plates that shone in the sun, is drawn to the top to protect the vineyards of lightning. A chapel, Notre Dame de la Motte, was erected in 1857 in thanks to the Virgin for having saved the city from cholera in 1854 Destroyed by fire, it was rebuilt in 1967.
  • Nice view of the plain Vesoul, the Vosges, the Jura and even the Alps.
  • Viewpoint bronze by the painter - sculptor Francis Panaget (1979).
  • Aisles and the English garden :
  • City Centre.
  • The site is being developed into new rides in 1792 and a public garden. At present, it drew an English garden provides the eyes of walkers gorgeous mountains of flowers and a set of games for children.
  • Museum Georges- Garret
  • Founded in 1882 and located in the heart of the old center since 1981, the municipal museum Vesoul exhibits art collections and archeology in a large building dating back to 1680 ( Ursuline ), which has retained its original architecture but the interiors were renovated for the comfort of visitors and the presentation of works.
  • At the first level, the archaeological remains found locally evoke land use through the centuries. Among the objects on display - old or recent excavations finds - the flint tools and prehistoric fauna are especially selected, the Gallo -Roman tombstones and villa Chassey- lès -Montbozon, weapons, pottery and ornaments from Merovingian cemeteries.
  • On the second level, nearly 600 m² dedicated to the fine arts collections whose strong point is the art of the second half of the 19th century. Paintings, sculptures, drawings or objects gathered around three main themes: the academic artist Jean -Léon Gérôme ( Vesoul, 1824 - Paris, 1904), Orientalist painter, a painter of history and also a sculptor ; his students, the painters of the High School Saônoise (Pascal Dagnan- Bouveret, Gustave Courtois, Jules -Alexis Muenier, R. X - Prinet...), authors naturalistic scenes whose frame their native region ; the old fund and various elements of local heritage, assembled in a large and beautiful room of the museum ( gallery Xaintonge ).
  • Open every day except Tuesday, from 14h to 18h. Free admission.
  • Closed 1 January, Easter Monday, May 1, July 14, 1 November, 25 November and 25 December.
  • Groups by appointment (special hours).
  • Games and discovery path to the attention of families and children.
  • Address: 1 rue des Ursulines.
  • Tel. : +33 3 84 76 51 54 - Email: sabine.gangi2@cc -
  • The Museum of the dirt bike :
  • Private Collection.
  • Open every day except Sunday and Monday.
  • In Europe, the only museum dedicated to the dirt bike over 80 machines are exhibited on 3 full and trace the history of trials, motocross and enduro since the 50s to the 80s is can also see some very nice bikes, such as machines or Speedway Rally Raid.
  • One room is specially devoted to the JMC brand (Joel Corroy Motorcycles ) French trial bikes imagined, developed and built by Joel Corroy to Vesoul between 1983 and 1986.
  • All bikes in the museum have been restored with care and comply with their distinct origin.
  • Address: Trail 70 - Business Park Area Motte Vesoul.
  • Tel. +33 3 84 75 83 34.
Detailed information
TransportTrain station of Vesoul
Leisure centresLeisure Centre of Vaivre,   Museum Georges Garret
MonumentsChurch Saint-Georges,   Convent of the Ursulines,   House Ébaudy de Rochetaillé,   Private Mansion Baressols,   Private Mansion Lyautey de Genevreuille,   Private Mansion Thomassin,   Private Mansion of Magnoncourt
Performance hallsSalle Alain Parisot,   Stadium René Hologne


  • Weekly Market: Thursday and Saturday mornings.
  • Flea: 3rd Sunday each month.
  • International Theater Festival of Asia in February.
  • The strides of the Mound (running): early April.
  • Moto-cross in May
  • Market holiday (market): Late June
  • Triathlon (Lake) in August.
  • Fireworks at the lake: the July 14 and August 15.
  • Week bowls: in August.
  • Fair-exhibition: every 2 years, mid-September.
  • Heritage Days: 3rd weekend in September.
  • Exhibition of amateur painters: in October.
  • Running to Vesoul: October.
  • Festival-Jacques Brel: October.
  • Sainte-Catherine November 25.
  • Christmas Lights.


  • Discovery of the surrounding villages :
  • Andelarre (direction Gray - D474 ) : Church of the 17th and 18th centuries whose steeple Comtois is remarkable. Inside, a statue of the Virgin and Child in walnut (XV ) and a crucifix in the eighteenth. Village dominated by a height ( 428 m) with sweeping views from the Langres plateau Lomont ( Jura mountains ) and on a clear day to Mont Blanc.
  • Andelarrot (direction Gray - D474 ) : Beautiful neo- Gothic chapel that houses a magnificent statue of the Virgin and Child in polychrome wood seventeenth. Ancient fountains and decorated home. Dry lawn (350 m), classified Natura 2000 hiking tour of Bishops. More than 20 species of orchids visible. Small area equipped picnic in the village.
  • Calmoutier (direction Belfort - RN19 ) : From the chapel ( XIX ), nice view of the village and the river the Columbine ( Old Bridge donkey ). The church (for a visit, contact the Buhler house to the right and down against the church) was the collegiate chapter of Calmoutier disappeared in 1657 interesting furniture ( wooden pulpit carved wooden statues eleven painted to depict the apostles fifteenth, tabernacle Louis XVI ). Washhouse arcaded nineteenth. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 78 74 23.
  • Chariez (direction Fresnes -Saint- Mames - D13) : Old wine village. The plateau overlooking the valley Durgeon was occupied in prehistoric times. Houses of the 15th and eighteenth. The church (1783) houses, among other things, a virgin Burgundian piety sixteenth, an interesting 17th rosary and a beautiful painting " Madonna and Child" by Jean-Léon Gérôme.
  • Colombier (direction Luxeuil - RN57 ) important church rebuilt in 1853 ( Gothic style). Castles of the 17th and 19th (behind the church beautiful park). In the village, beautiful fountain fluted column and several houses of the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth.
  • Comberjon (direction Luxeuil - RN57 ) : Some backed the cliff very old houses. Cross with a Pietà.
  • Coulevon ( Northeastern Vesoul ) : From the esplanade of the Virgin, beautiful panorama of the Motte and Sabot Frotey. The church has a beautiful altar and several works of JL Gérôme and his students. Born in Vesoul he was an academic painter of renown. He lived for a time in the small castle, below. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 75 07 76.
  • Échenoz la Meline ( Southwest Vesoul ) : The Church (open) has a facade of Jesuit type XVIII -XIX. Fine carved wooden altarpieces nineteenth. Right, Virgin polychrome wooden 16th found in the cave Solborde. Located in a remote, the village is crossed by Meline whose abundant waters allowed to operate 11 mills. Fontaine- wash of the 20th century. Picturesque passages - trajes.
  • Frotey- lès- Vesoul ( Southeast Vesoul ) : Church rebuilt in the 18th : 14th transept vaulted arches composed of two ancient chapels and a stately sanctuary twelfth. Calvary of the 15th back on base in the 18th and nineteenth. The castle, vast and simple XVIIIth was decorated with avant- body and triangular pediments in the 19th by popular novelist Xavier Montepin. Large park with beautiful wrought iron gate (free admission). To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 75 82 87.
  • Montcey (direction Luxeuil - RN57 ) : Church rebuilt in the 18th century to its current location ( the first was founded by the Knights Templar ). At the end of the village towards Dampvalley, beautiful lime avenue that leads to the chapel (1875 ), the base of the altar consists of stalactites and stalagmites in the cave Équevillons.
  • Montigny- lès- Vesoul (direction Fresne -Saint- Mames - D13) : In 1286, Eloise married to Jean de Joinville Faucogney founded in Montigny " Abbey noblewomen " mutilated over the centuries.
  • Mont -le- Vernois (direction Fresnes -Saint- Mames after Chariez - D13) : Trout fishing on " Turkeys " and " Baignette." Castle Mount Pleasant and pretty private chapel " the chapel of St. Anthony." Beautiful view and tour marked the Bois de la Jagnière, near the farm of Madness.
  • Navenne (Southern Vesoul ) : Church steeple with imperial ( glazed tiles ). Stained glass windows. 17th houses nearby. Navenne was a village of winemakers, growers ( there are still a few). Beautiful string of farms from the top of the main street. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 76 09 74.
  • Noidans -lès- Vesoul (West Vesoul ) : Church of the 18th : the interior is centered on a huge octagonal dome of a beautiful architectural daring. The choir is decorated with wood paneling, Louis XVI style. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 76 20 23.
  • Pusey ( Northwestern Vesoul ) : Village known for its horse farms, it has retained some farms and opulent homes of farmers. In the village, a beautiful gate giving access to two buildings built in 1748, rebuilt in 1688 The church has preserved the remains of the 11th century. Altar porphyry originally intended to Trianon in Versailles, Louis XVI style. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 76 48 25.
  • Pusy- Épenoux (Northern Vesoul ) : Church rebuilt in 1846, with choir sixteenth. Polychrome altarpiece and woodwork Louis 16th ( part of the road altarpieces ) style. Well with its nineteenth pump. Washhouse and source. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 75 02 73.
  • Quincey (Eastern Vesoul ) : The church ( XVIII ) houses the Stabat Mater (1926) Dagnan Bouveret painter, pupil of JL Gérôme. He lived in the old stately Street Chalk. Several impressive farmhouses, beautiful fountain in the eighteenth. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 75 32 16.
  • Vaivre- and -Montoille (West Vesoul ) : City Hall : beautiful and spacious house with 17th Calvary Church 1633 rebuilt in the 18th kept the chorus the 13th and a stately chapel sixteenth. Grand Baroque altarpiece from the 17th ; in a chapel, two altarpieces 18th and 19th centuries. Beautiful statues in gilded wood, decorated with ornate tabernacle mirrors. To visit the church : Tel. : +33 3 84 96 95 95.
  • Villeparois (Northern Vesoul - D118 ): A small chapel built in the 18th on the site of another much older. It contains : a bell from 1684 from the Franciscan monastery Chariez. Inside, three wooden statues of the fifteenth, sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Washhouse and small bridge eighteenth. To visit the chapel : Tel. : +33 3 84 76 46 74.
  • Castles and :
  • Castle Pusy ( towards Saint- Loup - D10) : The castle of Jean -Xavier Bureaux de Pusy (Member and Rapporteur of the division of France into departments ) in the 18th century. It has been beautifully restored with its French garden. Open house from outside.
  • The Épenoux castle ( towards Saint -Loup - D10 ): Castle (private) of the counts of Épenoux ( XIX ) surrounded by a beautiful romantic 5-hectare park with a weeping beech 300 years.
  • Activities:
  • Green Road (Route Villersexel - D9 ): 21 km walks arranged for pedestrians, rollerbladers and cyclists on the old railway track. Nice ride that ends at Fontenois- lès -Montbozon.
  • The " Ludolac " water park - and - Vaivre Montoille : Covering an area of ​​3 ha, relaxation for the entire family slide ( 10 m high, 50 m long), 50m pool, baby pool with river rapids, water cannon, relaxation pool with bubbles, massage jets, small children's pool, picnic area, fast food, refreshments. Open from June to September, the shores of Lake Avenue. Tel. : +33 3 84 97 50 50.
  • Nature Reserve Hoof Frotey -lès- Vesoul (Eastern Vesoul, RN19 towards Belfort then left, airfield ) Nature reserve (rich and varied vegetation, fauna typical of the limestone plateaus). Overlooking the cliff in front of the Motte, on the edge of the limestone hill, wind, rain and frost have sculpted the rock shaped hoof. Beautiful view. Marked walk on the plateau. Aerodrome circuit motocross.
  • Cave Solborde to Échenoz la Meline : The wide grassy path bordered on the left by a series of limestone, " the rock of the 12 apostles " Until the cave where the birth takes Meline nice walk (30. min round trip). Parking in the hamlet of Cottets. Chapel and petrifying water cascading down below. in 1663, discovery of a virgin 16th hidden during the invasions. Solborde became an important place of pilgrimage.
  • The board Cita Navenne and Échenoz la Meline : Walk 7.5 km ( 2:30), marking yellow ring, leaving the car park " 4 firs " to Navenne. Old prehistoric site. The site Cita -called " blocked spur " the tip of the plateau overlooking the valley Durgeon is fully blocked by a " drystone walls " protecting dry stone that closed the camp. The men lived, apparently, in huts of mud or dry stone either on the edge of the cliff, or against the fortifications.
  • The Fresh- Wells - the make Champdamoy (fossil site) Quincey : Difficult to access, "fresh wells " is a funnel which extends into the basement through a trap and miles of underground tunnels. In wet weather, it functions as an " overflow " water takes the " dry valley " and joins the make Champdamoy ( below the water treatment station ). By Columbine, water can invade the slums of Vesoul. Teeth of mammoths, reindeer from the last Ice Age have been discovered in the underground network flooded ( one of the largest in Europe).
  • Arboretum :
  • A Navenne : A marked trail guide hikers into different varieties of trees ( label). Start: a place called " the 4 firs."
  • A Noidans -lès- Vesoul : In a pleasant glade, along the bike trail No. 17. Access : head Gray, and junction Besançon -Gray, 1st left. Make 600 m on this path.
  • A Pusy : Nature Space Discovery nice and well done ( road Bougnon ) with pond and picnic area.
  • Events and Festivals:
  • Honey Festival in Échenoz la Meline late August.
  • Horse Racing Coulevon in August.


Fountain in front of the church ( © Jean Espirat )Fountain in front of the church ( © Jean Espirat )
Lake Vesoul -VaivreLake Vesoul -Vaivre
Hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © Jean Espirat )Hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © Jean Espirat )
Panorama Southwest, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Panorama Southwest, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Cariage House in Old Town VesoulCariage House in Old Town Vesoul
Place du Palais de Justice in VesoulPlace du Palais de Justice in Vesoul
Georges- Garret Museum VesoulGeorges- Garret Museum Vesoul
La Motte VesoulLa Motte Vesoul
A shopping street in VesoulA shopping street in Vesoul
Lake Vesoul -VaivreLake Vesoul -Vaivre
Lake Vesoul -VaivreLake Vesoul -Vaivre
the Church of St. George in Vesoulthe Church of St. George in Vesoul
Panorama from the shoe Frotey ( © JE)Panorama from the shoe Frotey ( © JE)
Notre -Dame de la Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Notre -Dame de la Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Notre- Dame de la Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Notre- Dame de la Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Panorama East, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Panorama East, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Other panorama East since Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Other panorama East since Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Panorama Northeast, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )Panorama Northeast, from Motte ( © Jean Espirat )
Lake Beach in late September ( © Jean Espirat )Lake Beach in late September ( © Jean Espirat )
Fountain in front of the church ( © Jean Espirat )Fountain in front of the church ( © Jean Espirat )
Fountain at the church ( © Jean Espirat )Fountain at the church ( © Jean Espirat )
St. George Church ( © Jean Espirat )St. George Church ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © Jean Espirat )
coat of arms on the wall of the hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © JE)coat of arms on the wall of the hotel Henrion Magnoncourt ( © JE)
hotel Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Information Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Information Montgenet ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Information Henrion Magnoncourt ( © JE)hotel Information Henrion Magnoncourt ( © JE)
hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )
hotel Information Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )hotel Information Thomassin ( © Jean Espirat )
lintel 1549 ( © Jean Espirat )lintel 1549 ( © Jean Espirat )
House Cariage ( © Jean Espirat )House Cariage ( © Jean Espirat )
House information Cariage ( © Jean Espirat )House information Cariage ( © Jean Espirat )
House Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )House Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )
House Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )House Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )
Curious cartridge home Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )Curious cartridge home Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )
House information Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )House information Barbarossa ( © Jean Espirat )
House Paulat ( © Jean Espirat )House Paulat ( © Jean Espirat )
Passage of the Annunciation ( © Jean Espirat )Passage of the Annunciation ( © Jean Espirat )
Gate South medieval wall ( © Jean Espirat )Gate South medieval wall ( © Jean Espirat )
South Tower and medieval wall ( © Jean Espirat )South Tower and medieval wall ( © Jean Espirat )
One of the towers of the medieval ramparts South ( © Jean Espirat )One of the towers of the medieval ramparts South ( © Jean Espirat )


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