Saint Die self catering holiday homes accommodation.
This page lists holiday homes gites cottages accommodation in
Saint Die and/or closeby. If you are travelling for business
or pleasure please choose from our selection of self catering
accommodation in Saint Die. Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, commonly
referred to as Saint-Dié, is a large town in the Vosges
departement of Lorraine. It lies in the Vosges mountains 80 km
southeast of Nancy and 45 km from Lunéville, on the Meurthe
River. The town grew up around the monastery of Saint-Deodatus,
or Dieudonné, from which its name is derived. It has a
printing industry dating from the 16th century and was the place
where German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller printed his
geographic pamphlet Cosmographiae introductio (1507), in which
the name America appeared in print for the first time. Its 12th-century
Romanesque Notre-Dame church survived the heavy destruction of
World War II, but its medieval cathedral was destroyed.