Fort du Bois d'Oye or Fort Eblé is a Séré de Rivières fort built to the south of Belfort. Its purpose was to support Fort Lachaux on the Montbéliard side and to defend the gaps between the Vézelois and Mont Vaudois forts. This high battery fort was built in two stages: the first part in stone between 1883 and 1887 and the second part in concrete between 1909 and 1913. The commune bought the fort in 2020 and the Bermontfort Association was created in January 2021. Since then, thirty to forty members have been working every Wednesday afternoon and the first Saturday of every month to renovate and breathe new life into this historic building. Now, as you pass through the porch, you can admire the superb courtyard esplanade and the stone facades with their shooting platforms above.
- Secondary type: castles and defense sites