There are 1001 reasons to stay in Vézelay, one of the most beautiful villages in France! With its Romanesque basilica, it is registered on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Wander through its lanes, walk around its walls. After exerting yourself, revel in its white wine and choose from among the wide gastronomic offerings. Between Puisaye and Morvan, Vézelay is also an ideal base for exploring the region.

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Office de Tourisme de Vézelay-Avallon-Morvan-Serein - BIT de Vézelay
12, rue Saint-Etienne - 89450 - VEZELAY -
03 86 33 23 69
vezelay.otsi@wanadoo.fr
http://www.vezelaytourisme.com

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