Located in a lovely setting between the hilly areas bordering the right bank of the Moselle river and the Seille plains, the Marieulles commune, which dates back to at least 50 B.C., is made up of the Marieulles and Vezon villages.
A vestige of the past, its church with a 13th century fortified bell tower sits proudly in the village centre.
Stop at the “Pschotte”, a fountain where women came to drink the ferruginous water and pray to Saint Léonard, the patron saint of pregnant women.
In recent years, the vine has been making a comeback.
Beautiful orchards of mirabelle plum trees line the hillsides, the fruit of which has made the commune famous.
Discover our heritage
- 13th century Saint-Martin church in Marieulles; 13th century fortified bell tower, 15th century choir.
- The Chapelle de Vezon, built in 1532.
- The “Pschotte”, a fountain where pregnant women came to drink the ferruginous water and pray to Saint Léonard in the 19th century in order to have a good birth.
- The “Promenade des orchidées (orchid walk)” nature walk: download the map of nature walks in Metz Métropole