Situated at the confluence of the Doubs and the Guyotte, Navilly has a population of 422 and is famous for its two 18th century bridges built by Emiland Gauthey.
Média réf. 118 (1/5): Navilly-bridge
Média réf. 1634 (2/5): Navilly-town hall
Média réf. 11 (3/5): Navilly-bridge
Média réf. 12 (4/5): Navilly-church
Média réf. 119 (5/5): Navilly-bridge3

Information / Presentation

The bridge on the Doubs is classified as a historical mon-ument. The church was built in the 19th century and is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin. In the vil-lage, there is also a private chateau from the 18th century and the St Leger chapel dating from the 11th centu-ry and which was restored in 1975.

The shaded banks of the Doubs are a favourite with anglers who can find accommodation in the self-catering cottages of the village. There are also numerous nature trails in the public forest (185 hectares).

The restaurant « Au goujon frétillant » has been open since 2014.


dates / times / rates

Opening : 

Tuesday and wenesday from 8am to 10am

Friday from 8am to 10am and from 3pm to 5.30pm


Address : Mairie - 1 La place
71270 Navilly
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