Haute-Saône lies between the Vosges and Jura Mountains on the banks of the Saône River. At Ronchamp, you can visit this city’s Chappelle Nôtre-Dame-du-Haut - an excellent modern church sculpted by the famous architect, Le Corbusier. If you stay for a weekend, Haute-Saône is home to the Ballors des Vosges Regional Nature Reserve. This city is the Kirsch capital of the world. Haute-Saône can then be yours to enjoy. The spa town of Luxeuil-les Bains is a popular spot for visitors. It is home to soothing thermal waters and lace making. You can wander the streets of this city admiring the architecture of the 15th century Cardinal Joffrey House or the Gothic Baliff’s Manse with its stone balcony and crenelated polygonal tower. You can stop and admire the 13th century Gothic-Renaissance Saint Pierre Basilica with its 16th century choir stalls. You can also visit the 17th-18th century Saint Colomban Abbey, not just to look at the building but to take part in a lace-making workshop.