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Visit Corcieux and the Vosges region

Le Domaine des Bans, a 4-star campsite in Corcieux, is located in the heart of the Vosges. Take advantage of your stay to explore the region: history and culture, athletic activities for all ages, hiking and walking, shows and festivals.

What is there to do near Le Domaine des Bans?

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The Eagles’ Volley



The Monkey Mountain

Activities, Tourism


The wine road



Theatre of Bussang



Zim’s Trail


Explore the surroundings of our campsite in Corcieux

When you camp in Corcieux at Le Domaine des Bans, you are sure to take full advantage of all that the Vosges has to offer.

The ideal destination if you want to explore the region without going too far, our campsite in the Vosges is located less than 20 km from many historical sites, cultural jewels and natural treasures. While hiking you can discover gorgeous alpine lakes, like White Lake and Black Lake, must-sees when you visit the Vosges mountains.

Still at altitude, the Route des Crêtes has gorgeous views, whether you take your bike our your car. Don’t miss the climb to the summit of the Hohneck in the Les Ballons des Vosges Regional Natural Park! Less than 12 km away, Lake Gérardmer is host to many activities: this largest natural lake in the Vosges is a place for canoeing, sailing,rowing, pedal boats and electric motor boats. You can take guided tours, go fishing, swim, or simply walk along the banks.

Other must-sees in the area, less than 20 km from your Corcieux campsite, include Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, where the city center is labeled a 20th century heritage site.

Visiting the Grand Est during your holiday at Le Domaine des Bans campsite

Many other sites await you more than 20 km from Le Domaine des Bans campsite, promising beautiful excursions and rich discoveries.

At 37 km from Corcieux, stroll between the canals and flowered streets of the old town of Colmar also called “Little Venice”. Marvel at the colored houses in the fortified town of Riquewihr, or the superb village of Kaysersberg, on the Wine Route.

If you plan to visit some historical sites, don’t miss the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, a magnificent fortress dominating the Alsace plain at more than 750 meters above sea level. Further south, you can also admire theAbbey of Murbach, famous for its contemporary stained glass windows. You can also take the way of the cross to the Notre-Dame de Lorette chapel, which overlooks the abbey and offers a magnificent view of the building.

There is a wide variety of museums, including the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar, which houses the famous Issenheim Altarpiece by Matthias Grünewald, the Cité de l’Image where the Pinot and Pellerin Imageries are exhibited, and the famous Baccarat crystal factory.

Finally, take the thermal spa route, from Vittel to Plombières-les-Bains to Contrexéville, and treat yourself during your holiday camping in the Vosges!