Jean-Michel Carrette: the pleasure of sharing

Aux Terrasses

Jean-Michel Carrette is an artistic chef and his cuisine is a reflection of that. With his wife Amandine, they have produced an original version of the traditional inn, in creating their contemporary establishment full of character.

After taking over the business from his father Michel, he was awarded a Michelin star in 2005 thanks in part to the carefully selected products he uses.

The chef is innovative and daring in the way he brings out the traditional flavours of his Burgundian roots.

Valley of Gastronomy

A gourmet experience from Dijon to Marseille

Tournus and its fine-dining restaurants (4 restaurants recommended by the Michelin Guide, 2 of which are Michelin-starred) are of course a part of the Valley of Gastronomy, a gourmet destination that stretches from Dijon to Marseille.

Along this route, you'll be able to discover French culinary traditions, some fantastic restaurants and the work of the local farmers.

Let's explore the Valley of Gastronomy

Aux Terrasses
4-star hotel

Choose to stay at the 4-star Aux Terrasses hotel

The decor of the contemporary rooms reflects the cycle of life, with an elegant and inviting atmosphere and some of the rooms have a balcony. From the clothes hangers and pegs to the spacious and minimalistic bathrooms, every detail has been carefully considered to make sure your stay is a relaxing one.

Choose the ideal room for you: double room, family suite for 3 to 6 people, atypical suite for a romantic getaway. You can expect pure relaxation and maximum comfort.

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What is there to do for the weekend

Make some new memories in Tournus

Tournus is a little jewel set on the banks of the Saône and surrounded by nature (Bresse plain and Mâconnais mountains). Here's what you can see and do there:

  • the abbey, a masterpiece of Romanesque art that houses the relics of Saint-Philibert,
  • the natural environment and wide range of activities, including hiking, cycling along the Voie Bleue cycle path, boating, canoeing on the river Saône,
  • the small but fascinating Musée Greuze and wonderfully preserved apothecary,
  • the picturesque streets dotted with medieval houses and traboules passageways.
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