Anjeux is 5 km west of Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse and about 30 km north of the city of Vesoul (airline) at an altitude of about 240 m. The village lies north of the department, in the valley of Chanois creek west of the low field Planey, at the edge of the plateau des Vosges.
The neighboring towns of the north are Anjeux Dampvalley St. Pancras and tub, west Girefontaine, south La Pisseure, Plainemont and Jasney and east Bouligney and Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse.
The area was already inhabited in Roman times. In the Middle Ages, Anjeux was part of the free county of Burgundy.
The church is Anjeux listed historical monument and was built in the Gothic style in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The wash back meanwhile the nineteenth century.
South route of Anjeux to Bouligney downwards Lot Planey, still remain some remains of the castle The Sarrasinière on the plot of the same name, in a little grove.
The source of Planey is one of the tourist attractions. Depending on the weather, the colors range from blue to green.