Visits and hikes near
Quingey and Besançon

The hotel - restaurant La Truite de la Loue is located in the beautiful region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in the heart of the Doubs (25). The department is renowned for its natural beauty and history, and you will find plenty to entertain and recharge your batteries in the vicinity of the hotel.

Visits near Quingey and Besançon

The Royal Saltworks

Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, the Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans is a rare testimony to the history of industrial architecture. A former salt factory, it was created between 1775 and 1779, under the orders of Louis XV.

The Grande Saline

Since the 8th century, the Grande Saline in Salins-les-Bains has exploited the valley's salt water springs to produce the white gold, salt. With its 1200 years of history and technology, the Grande Saline is one of the oldest factories in France. It is an exceptional place and unique in Europe.

The citadel of Besançon

Built more than three centuries ago and covering almost 12 hectares, the fortified city dominates the city of Besançon by more than 100 metres. Open to the public for 50 years, this major work of Vauban is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Osselle Cave

DécouverteDiscovered in the 13th century, the Osselle cave is one of the oldest tourist caves and has one of the longest equipped routes in France (1200 metres that can be visited). It is a jewel of natural heritage and ranks among the world's most amazing caves.

Hikes near Quingey and Besançon

The Saut du Doubs

This 27-metre high waterfall on the Doubs, located on the French-Swiss border, is a natural wonder. Discover this waterfall on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or by boat.

Hikes in the Doubs

Make the most of your stay in the Doubs to enjoy beautiful walks on marked and easily accessible paths. The Doubs has 3,400 km of trails for all walkers.

The city of Ornans

In a green setting on the banks of the Doubs, Ornans is a "Cité de Caractère", nicknamed the "Little Venice of the Comte" in reference to the picturesque houses suspended above the Loue.

The city of Besançon

Besançon is home to some of the most beautiful architecture in France, with an incredible historical heritage, some buildings being listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.