A rural setting, a beautiful table and above all a chef who loves traditions and excels in the art of reproducing the pôchouse, a speciality based on freshwater fish. Not surprising in this region at the crossroads of several rivers.
At the confluence of the Saône and the Doubs, your weekend in Verdun-sur-le-Doubs and its surroundings will honour the taste of the land and the preservation of the natural environment. The wheat and bread museum, the discovery of the pôchouse and Burgundy wines, a walk to the large Pontoux pond and activities in the heart of nature are the promises of a rich and relaxing stay.
Enjoy a pôchouse, the local speciality at the Hostellerie Bourguignonne
Kayak trip on the Doubs
Before it flows into the Saône at Verdun-sur-le-Doubs, the Doubs is a calm and wild river. Soon after your departure, you will feel disconnected in the water.
During this kayak trip, nature reveals itself from a totally different angle. You should easily spot the European Bee-eaters, one of the most emblematic bird species, nesting along the Doubs.Louer votre canoé
Romantic night in a charming hotel
A pond, a river, multiple species of trees, a pool, a hammam and this silence... In short, an ideal setting to finally find yourself alo
Country walk around the pond of Pontoux
Discretion and total immersion are the key words of your outing to the pond of Pontoux !
This sensitive natural space shelters a concentration of birds, among which the biggest colony of herons observable in Burgundy. Once inside the observatory, your patience will be rewarded by the spectacle of the wild life.+ More info on the trail
Burgundy wine tasting
How to enjoy a weekend in Burgundy without tasting it? Meet a Burgundy wine enthusiast in the heart of old Verdun. Fabrice REBY knows them to perfection, he will know how to select the best bottles to awaken your senses during a wine tasting.