Tourism Remiremont Plombières-les-Bains in the Vosges, Lorraine, France

Accessible sites

The tourist office has selected for you places adapted to each family of handicap: auditory, mental, motor and visual. (non-exhaustive list)

Touristic guidebook

Discover our tourist guide for people with disabilities.

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Stay

Accommodation & catering

Hotels :

Furnished tourist accommodation: 

  • Gîte Alisée*** in Vecoux (Tourism & Handicap label, designed to accommodate people with reduced mobility and visual disabilities)
  • Le Faing du Bray***, in Plombières-les-Bains (1 PRM room on the ground floor)
  • Chalet Le Paradis in Saint-Nabord (Tourisme & Handicap label for the 4 handicaps)

Guest rooms:

Camping :

  • The edge of the Vosges, in Val-d'Ajol (2 bedroom chalet with disabled access)

All information and contact details can be found in our Tourism & Handicap tourist guide.

Visits & activities

Sites to visit

The museums of Remiremont:

Meet the producers:

  • Among producers through the Route des Chalots, a 120 km route by car, between Vosges and Haute-Saône, which highlights the built heritage and the natural heritage of the territory.
  • Public chat local markets
The Remiremont lake

Recommended walks:

  • City tours with audio guide, available for hire at our offices
  • The trail suitable for all in Saint-Ame
  • The fishing course accessible to all in Saint-Amé

Viewpoints and relaxation parks:

All information and contact details can be found in our Tourism & Handicap tourist guide.

Entertainment

Living the territory

À the hiking center in Val-d'Ajol, all the activities we organize are accessible thanks to our PMR access (an elevator).

Guided tours:

  • The tourist office offers guided tours accessible to people with disabilities. In Remiremont, we provide a wheelchair free of charge, for example if you wish to follow one of our guided tours.
  • In Plombières-les-Bains, you can take one of Nicole Nappée's tours.
  • In Val-d'Ajol, 6 historical walks with commentary are offered all year round by Paulette Queney and the "Vallée des Arts et du Patrimoine" association (adaptable circuits for people with reduced mobility, in a joëlette or wheelchair).

All information and contact details can be found in our Tourism & Handicap tourist guide.

Guided tour of the abbey district by the Remiremont Plombières tourist office
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