Arranged on the sides of Mont Saint-Quentin, this old wine-growing village with sloping and picturesque narrow streets offers splendid views of the Metz Métropole area.
Its religious role began in the 9th century and is still present today with its two convents and two churches, including the 12th century church houses the tomb of Robert Schuman, the Father of Europe. A 19th century fort and artillery battery can be found at the summit, which was a strategic defence point at the time.
Discover our heritage
- Saint-Rémi church (end of the 6th century)
- Saint-Quentin fortified church, founded in 1177
- Place de l’Esplanade (stunning viewpoint of Metz city and the Moselle valley)
- Maison Robert Schuman (Robert Schuman’s House) and the Jardin des Plantes de Chez Nous
- Calvaries, wash houses, fountains, oratories
- The marina on the banks of the Moselle
- The V50 cycle path (formerly known as Charles le Téméraire)