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Sandrine Mougel
4 Route de la Mairie


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This fully furnished and well-equipped country cottage, spanning 150m², is nestled amidst beautiful natural surroundings yet conveniently close to local shops. Situated on a spacious 1000m² plot, the property boasts a skate track and a fast-paced gaming area for football enthusiasts. Additionally, it offers easy access to major routes leading to Gérardmer, Remiremont, and Epinal.


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To reach the destination, you can either take the expressway through Epinal and then exit to follow the route towards Gérardmer Tholy. The path continues through Gérardmer Tholy.



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  • Gérardmer Lake: Located just a short drive from Cleurie, Gérardmer Lake is one of the most picturesque and largest natural lakes in the Vosges Mountains. It offers a range of water activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing, as well as beautiful hiking trails around its shores.
  • La Bresse-Hohneck: This popular ski resort is situated in the Vosges Mountains, offering a variety of winter sports activities. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, visitors can enjoy snowshoeing, sledging, and hiking during the summer months. The panoramic views from the summit of Hohneck are particularly stunning.
  • Colmar: A charming town known for its well-preserved medieval and Renaissance architecture, Colmar is approximately an hour's drive from Cleurie. Take a stroll through the picturesque old town, visit the famous Little Venice district, and explore the numerous museums and art galleries showcasing works by renowned artists such as Bartholdi and Unterlinden.
  • Épinal: Situated on the banks of the Moselle River, Épinal is renowned for its iconic imagery and beautiful landscapes depicted in the famous Épinal prints. Visit the Musée de l'Image to learn about the town's history of printmaking and explore the historic city center with its charming streets, squares, and the imposing Épinal Castle.
  • Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park: This expansive nature park covers a vast area of the Vosges Mountains, offering a plethora of outdoor activities. Hiking enthusiasts can explore the park's numerous trails, while cyclists can enjoy the scenic routes. The park also boasts breathtaking landscapes, wildlife, and cultural heritage sites.
  • Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg: Located near Sélestat, this medieval castle sits atop a hill, offering panoramic views of the Alsace region. The well-preserved fortress dates back to the 12th century and provides a fascinating glimpse into the region's rich history. Explore the castle's towers, ramparts, and gardens, and learn about its strategic importance during various periods.
  • La Schlucht: A mountain pass in the Vosges Mountains, La Schlucht is a popular destination for nature lovers and hikers. The area is known for its lush forests, stunning waterfalls, and breathtaking viewpoints. Enjoy a hike along the well-marked trails, or simply relax and take in the natural beauty of the surroundings.
  • Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial: Located in Saint-Avold, this cemetery serves as a memorial to the American soldiers who lost their lives during World War II. The beautifully landscaped grounds feature rows of white marble crosses and Stars of David, paying tribute to the fallen soldiers. A visit here offers a solemn and reflective experience.
  • Munster: Known for its eponymous cheese, Munster is a charming Alsatian town with a rich cultural heritage. Explore the town's historic center, visit the Munster Abbey, and indulge in some traditional Alsatian cuisine at one of the local restaurants. Munster also serves as a gateway to the Vosges Mountains, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. 10. Ventron: A small village nestled in the heart of the Vosges Mountains, Ventron is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. It offers a range of activities including hiking, mountain biking, and skiing during the winter months. The village also features a picturesque waterfall, Le Saut des Cuves, which is worth a visit for its natural beauty.

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