Things to see and do - Ornans
Unmissable tourist sites
Ornans Travel guide
Ornans : Michelin's recommendations
The “little Venice of the Franche-Comté”, Ornans is the capital and major attraction of the Loue valley. It owes its success to one of the region’s most beautiful rivers, which attracted many painters, in particular Courbet. Its double row of old houses on stilts, its bridges and superb reflections have all enhanced its reputation. While awaiting the reopening of the Musée Gustave-Courbet (closed for renovation), visit the church, which houses a superb bust of Christ attributed to Bernini.
Tourist attractions Ornans : Things to see and do
2 r. Champliman F - 25290 Ornans
The church of Ornans was rebuilt in the 16C but part of the bell tower (12C) remains from its Romanesque past. The dome and lantern date from the 17C. The church possesses an elegant vault and handsome furniture, including a superb bust of Christ, th..
51-53, rue Pierre Vernier. F - 25290 ORNANS
"A post house in the 16th century, the ""Hôtel de France"" is now a beautiful, floral residence, located in the heart of Ornans, pearl of the Loue valley. The hotel has 25 rooms and one suite, all with separate bathroom and t..
39, Avenue Du Président Wilson F - 25290 Ornans
Located in Ornans, Hôtel De La Vallée is just 200 metres from La Loue River, where guests can fish using hired equipment from the hotel. The Gustave Courbet Museum is just 700 metres away. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a telephone and a wardro..
11 rue Jacques Gervais F - 25290 Ornans
Situated along La Loue River, La Table de Gustave is located in Ornans town. It is just 550 metres from the Gustave Courbet museum and Pontarlier is 35 km away. All of the rooms at La Table de Gustave offer views of the town and a flat screen TV. Ea..
34 r. P. Vernier F - 25290 Ornans
In the heart of Franche-Comté's own 'Little Venice', don't miss this lovely place overlooking the Loue. Guests have the option of eating in one of two dining spaces (bistro or classic), each of which has a terrace overlooking the water. And let's not..