Dommartemont is a pretty little village with cobbled streets, a lavoir (wash house) with a bench, known as the ‘Fontaine des Ormes’, a number of art nouveau houses and Saint-Martin’s church. A sunny spot with excellent views over Nancy, the village is a sought-after place to live. There are some great walks starting from the plateau (try the Chemin Stratégique). Fun fact: in 2003, the council replanted 3,000 sqm of ‘cultural vineyards’ which produce between 1000 and 1200 bottles of wine per year. The wine is available only to people living in the village – and in its twin town in Germany!