Halfway between Chalais and Vercorin, this small village will seduce you with its calm and seclusion from the lively villages. To get there, both the postal bus and the Chalais-Vercorin cable car have a stop in Briey and the village is also accessible by car. On site, you will find a restaurant where you can enjoy delicious brasserie dishes. The village's unmissable attraction is undoubtedly the Bouillet chapel, which was restored a few years ago and dates back to 1844. It is a landmark of the region, its name comes from the patois word "petit bassin", which collects water from a spring flowing under the altar choir.
After visiting the chapel and its Way of the Cross, if you wish to go further into the region, take a walk along the Bisse de Briey. This very short bisse, which takes its water from the other side of the Val d'Anniviers, starts at the Bouillet chapel and ends at the Couverture de Foncouverte. In Briey, during the summer, you can also visit the medieval-inspired garden proposed by Isabelle Main. This garden, where ancient medicinal plants are grown in an idyllic setting, will certainly seduce you with its charm and authenticity. For lovers of group activities, the Paintball de Briey will be a good choice.