Tavaux: an industrial town linked to the Solvay factory, it still has residential areas of the "workers' housing estate" type like its neighbour Damparis. The former social centre of the Solvay company is now the media library of Grand Dole and a leisure centre, as well as a former bread factory (a group of local bakers). The two towns are separated by the Rhone-Rhine canal, which was built between 1784 and 1802 and diverted the course of the river La Blaine.
You will be able to see the Parthey castle, an ancient medieval fortress transformed in the 19th century into a pleasure residence.
The Beauregard and Belvoye districts in Damparis are home to an old mill dating from 1585, an old monastic farm founded by Dom Parisius around 1653 (annex of the Carmelite convent in Dole) and the Kholer factory (formerly Jacob-Delafon).