Prieuré d'Arcenant

Chemin du Prieuré
21700 - ARCENANT
Côte d'Or
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the priory of Arcenant was founded in 1188 by clunian monks from the Saint-Vivant abbey. It was a fermenting room built in a vast enclosure. Discover this bucolic site which host very particular installations such a very rare series of earth wells built to fight the erosion of wineyard soil, a bread over and a retting vat.

Spoken languages :

  • French


    Groups welcomed : yes

    Maximum size : 50


Last update : 27/02/2018

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InformationMin. RateMax. RateFurther information
School rate1.5 €3 €selon l'effectif du groupe et la durée
Base rate - full rate adult5 €10 €selon effectif
3 €5 €selon l'effectif du groupe et la durée
Child rate2 €3 €


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