SAINT-JEAN-DE-LOSNE

At the crossroads of waterways, Saint-Jean-de-Losne is a former mecca of riverboats. At the Musée de la Batellerie, you will learn all about these traditions. Discover Saint-Jean-Baptiste church, a brick edifice characteristic of the Saône valley, which contains a beautiful 18th century organ. Then take to the air with a flight in a microlight or play as a family with the Office of Tourism's giant games.

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Office de Tourisme Rives de Saône - BIT de Saint-Jean-de-Losne
2, rue de la Liberté - 21170 - SAINT-JEAN-DE-LOSNE -
03 80 37 15 70
http://www.saone-tourisme.fr
contact@saone-tourisme.fr

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