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Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Moselle

Small town of Moselle, Neufgrange is located in the canton of Sarreguemines, in a new region Grand-Est. A flowered commune, it is also ideally situated in the heart of preserved forest massifs.

Formerly a dependency of the province of Lorraine, the commune of Neufgrange was completely destroyed during the Thirty Years War, then rebuilt in the second half of the 17th century. Parish since the 18th century, it is today known for its tourist activity.

The important place of nature in Neufgrange makes this market town of Moselle an attractive destination for lovers of outdoor activities and preserved landscapes. Forests and ponds are the program of this land full of charm and traditions where it is good to spend a few days.

Geographical information

Tourism labels
Latitude49.0777510 (N 49° 4’ 40”)
Longitude7.0689380 (E 7° 4’ 8”)
AltitudeFrom 214m to 278m
Surface area7.17 km²
Population1465 inhabitants
Density204 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureMetz (48 mi, 55 min)
Insee code57499
IntercommunalityCA Sarreguemines Confluences
RegionGreat East

Nearest cities & towns

Rémelfing1.7 mi (4 min)
Siltzheim1.9 mi (4 min)
Hambach2.5 mi (6 min)
Sarreguemines2.9 mi (7 min)
Woustviller3.2 mi (11 min)
Sarreinsming3.6 mi (10 min)
Zetting3.8 mi (13 min)
Ippling4.8 mi (11 min)
Herbitzheim5.4 mi (10 min)
Hundling5.7 mi (14 min)
Grundviller5.8 mi (15 min)
Ernestviller6.1 mi (15 min)
Blies-Guersviller6.5 mi (16 min)
Frauenberg7 mi (16 min)
Rouhling7 mi (15 min)

Things to see and do

Built in the mid-eighteenth century, the church of Saint-Michel was enlarged at the end of the nineteenth century before being restored a century later.

Labeled tourist village, the municipality has other tourist attractions, like the castle of the baron Jean-Nicolas de Jacquemin. Built in the 18th century and now closed, the building has housed the convent and school of the Spiritan fathers. The town hall and its two turrets are not lacking interest either.

Two ponds take place on the commune of Neufgrange, that of Brühl and that of Saint-Vit. They allow you to take a few walks in the open air or enjoy a family picnic. The town is also surrounded by the state forests of Sarreguemines and Sarre-Union. Several marked hiking trails allow you to appreciate all the charm of the surroundings.

Events and festivities

A carnival takes place in February.

In August, Neufgrange celebrates the feast of the pond with different animations and a fireworks display.


Saturday 25 january
Min. -2°C - Max. 6°C
Sunday 26 january
Min. -3°C - Max. 9°C
Monday 27 january
Min. 4°C - Max. 8°C

Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Discover clog-making
Arts and CraftsFreePhilippsbourg (23 mi)


Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Cycle path following the route of an old railway line
Cycling itineraryEasy4h30Frauenberg (4.9 mi)
Along the Eichel
Cycling itineraryEasy4h00Lorentzen (9.9 mi)
Heritage of Alsace Bossue
HikeEasy2h00Diemeringen (10.9 mi)
12-source circuit - Zittersheim
HikeAthletic3h40Zittersheim (17.6 mi)
Tour of Escherbruch Lake
HikeEasy30 minHam-sous-Varsberg (20 mi)


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