In Bèze, a quiet medieval village, water is king. Start your visit in the historic heart and discover the abbey, the granary, the washhouses, etc. Then, view its Vaucluse spring, an amazing resurgence of water. Finish your visit with the Bèze grottos. Aboard a boat, you'll discover, under the illuminated arches, beautiful turquoise water.

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Office de Tourisme du Mirebellois et Fontenois - BIT de Bèze
Chalet des Grottes - Chemin des Grottes - 21310 - BEZE -
03 80 36 76 17
http://www.tourisme-mirebelloisetfontenois.fr/
tourisme@mfcc.fr

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