Commercy and the surroundings
19 miles away from Commercy
Located at the foot of the Coasts of Meuse and in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Lorraine, the Madine Lake of 11 km² – one of the biggest lake of France – surrounded by a 250 ha forest and with 42 km of shoreline.
Here, you can practice many activities as sailing, windsurfing or pedalo.
During summer, music and sport events take place around the lake.
Accommodation: 20 holiday cottages with 4 beds – 2 in 4 can welcome people with disabilities – 10 holiday cottages with 6 beds, campsites, accommodation centre with 30 twin rooms.
Located in the Regional Natural Park of Lorraine, the Coasts of Meuse offer a true color and odor palette.
You will discover beautiful traditional Meuse villages between orchards and vineyards, as Vigneulles-lès-Hattonchatel or Vieville-sous-les-Côtes…
Have a break in a wine cellar to discover the amazing wines of the Coasts of Meuse, the mirabelle liqueur or eau de vie…
Free tours, tastings… Passionate inhabitants welcome you so that you can discover the land.
12 miles away from Commercy
Located on the mound of Montsec, near the Coasts of Meuse, this monument is made up of a circular colonnade in which a bronze orientation table reproduces the location of the different villages and of the fighting areas of the Saillant of Saint-Mihiel. He was erected by the United States in 1932 with Euville stone.
7.5 miles away from Commercy
Fort de Liouville (Partnership for the Conservation of the Fort of Liouville)
Tel : +33 (0)3 29 90 70 20 / +33 (0)7 83 36 05 25
Musée de Marbotte
Tel : +33 (0)3 29 90 70 20
The Fort of Liouville is a fortified structure which was built under the Séré de Rivières system in the 19th century, within the defensive curtain of the Meuse which stopped the invasion in Apremont and Marbotte during the First World War.
Guided tours take place all year on the third Sunday of each month from 2 pm to 5 pm
The Fort of Jouy – which is located between Toul and Verdun – was built from 1883 to 1885 with cut stones under the Séré de Rivières system. It has never been modernized.
Open to the public on the second and the fourth Sundays of each month from 3 pm to 6 pm
The partnership of the Friends of the Fort of Jouy is managed by Hubert Gillet.