Our tourist routes will take you on a wonderful journey. Burgundy boasts an astonishing array of treasures. Come and explore this outstanding historical heritage in its natural, leafy setting.
Major Cluniac site
Classed as one of the loveliest villages in France, this former capital of the Brionnais is the ideal destination for heritage enthusiasts.
Spiritual journey through southern Burgundy
Grand or humble, high up in the village or tucked away between hedge-trimmed meadows...
Last wild river in Europe
Wine routes, fishing, hiking/riding and nature exploration...
The road to Burgundy wine
From Dijon to Santenay, the Burgundy wine-growing area is a land of promise for all wine lovers.
Jewel of Cluniac art
Be sure to visit Paray-le-Monial, as it is one of the loveliest places to go in Burgundy.
On the edge of the Avallonais, Vézelay is a major site for Christianity and a charming hilltop village.
Lovely medieval village in Serein valley
In the north of the Avallonnais, Noyers-sur-Serein surprises visitors with its half-timbered houses, carved pilasters, soaring wisteria and medieval arcades.
Fairy tale setting with a sweet centre
Beyond the Montbard hills, the picturesque village of Flavigny-sur-Ozerain stands atop its rocky spur.
Romanesque masterpiece of the Tournugeois
One of France's most important monastic towns stands within strong walls on the banks of the Saône, between the Bresse plain and Mâconnais hills.
Waterways and great scenery
From wood floating to ceramics transport, the canals of Burgundy are a vibrant symbol of man-made history.
Reflecting forests and hills
Just 2 hours from Paris, the Morvan massif is at the very heart of your holiday.
Capital of the Dukes of Burgundy
Although it's the ideal departure point for the Route des Grands Crus along the Côte de Nuits, it's hard to tear yourself away from the capital of the ancient Duchy of Burgundy.
A place of legend
An emblematic example of 15th century Flamboyant Gothic architecture, the Hospices - or Hôtel-Dieu – bring together all the spiritual, artistic and wine-making traditions of Burgundy.
Town of historic & artistic interest
The birthplace of Nicéphore Niepce is more than just the cradle of photography.
2,000 years of History
Built amidst woods and rounded fields, Autun is the town of historical and artistic interest par excellence.
Religion and passion
Famed for its lovely earthenware and as a place of pilgrimage, this old ducal city stands in the shadow of the first château to be built on the Loire.
Between wine and water
With its winding streets and rich heritage, Auxerre is a delightful town of historical and artistic interest, just a few kilometres from the Chablis vineyards.
Gateway to Burgundy
On the edge of the Orléanais, Champagne and Île-de-France, Sens is the northern gateway to Burgundy.
Town of artistic & historical interest
North of Auxerre, this ‘waterside' town is the ideal departure point for a trip along the Canal de Bourgogne.
One of the loveliest villages in France
High on its rocky spur, the fortified village of Châteauneuf still stands guard over the road from Dijon to Autun.
A unique historical challenge
At the heart of the Puisaye forest, “medieval workers” have formed a clearing in which they are building a fortified castle using 13th century methods, without cranes or electricity.
Archaeology and the great outdoors!
Bibracte stands on a wooded summit in the Morvan hills.
In the footsteps of Vercingetorix
A place of remembrance is emerging in the Auxois countryside.
Secrets of a Celtic lady
On the Burgundian ‘oppidum' trail, in the upper Seine valley, the town of Châtillon-sur-Seine is home to a fabulous archaeological treasure from the first Iron Age.
An imposing sight
Sphinx-like amidst the Mâconnais vineyards, the Roche de Solutré seems to lie in wait for visitors.
Highlight of Romanesque art
Fontenay abbey is a Cistercian jewel in the crown of northern Burgundy, its remarkable state of preservation due to the remoteness of its leafy valley setting.
Spiritual heart of medieval Europe
In 2010 six countries in western Europe celebrated the 1100th anniversary of the founding of Cluny abbey.
UNESCO World Heritage site
La Charité-sur-Loire is a well-known ‘book town', possessing some of the finest Romanesque art and architecture in Burgundy.
An aura of the Loire
Although better known for its Romanesque abbeys and impregnable castles, Burgundy is also home to some outstanding Renaissance châteaux.
Place of delight
A major stage on the Châteaux of southern Burgundy tourist route, Cormatin has something for everyone.
Bazoches du Morvan - 58190
Accroché aux collines Morvandelles, tout près de Vézelay, le château dresse ses tours.
|Théâtre en mai|
|From 17/05/2013 to 26/05/2013|
|Festival du Mot|
|From 29/05/2013 to 02/06/2013|
|Coupes Moto Légende|
|From 01/06/2013 to 02/06/2013|
|Une spiritualité au féminin|
|From 20/03/2013 to 30/12/2013|
|Saison Musicale des Visites-Concerts avec Musicancy|
|From 01/04/2013 to 03/11/2013|