The many long canals
- Burgundy Canal
- Canal du Centre
- Nivernais Canal
- Roanne Canal in Digoin
By boat or by bicycle, this is an unmissable experience in the region, where you'll also be able to visit other must-sees such as Tonnerrois, the hills of Auxois and of course Dijon and the surrounding area.
Canal du Centre
A historic adventure awaits you! Explore Ceramics Valley, a rich industrial heritage and the Roman basilica of Paray-le-Monial.
Take the time to experience and admire the surrounding natural environment, as well as some pretty villages along the way.
Roanne Canal in Digoin
Set off along the quiet little paths of this "peaceful canal" and explore the history of the historic and hilly landscapes of the Brionnais region.
The source of this river begins on the soft plains of the Gâtinais, in the wooded hills of Morvan, for a journey to the heart of the iconic region of Burgundy.
This majestic river is often cited as one of the most beautiful in France. The atmosphere is so peaceful here at the former natural border of Burgundy.
The Seille is a quiet tributary of the Saône, and is a popular choice for those looking for getaways in the great outdoors. It is possible to sail along 39 km of this waterway, from the Truchère lock, near Tournus, to the picturesque town of Louhans in Bresse, through an unspoilt natural environment.