Make a stopover in Macon, a city with a Mediterranean feel on the banks of the Saône. Visit the Museum of the Ursulines and stroll along the banks and the Saint-Laurent bridge. Stop at the Maison de Bois, the oldest house in the city. On the nature side, you can enjoy many activities on the Saône (cruising, fishing, etc.) or go hiking in the Macôn vineyards.

Information on site

Mâcon Sud Bourgogne, Tourisme et Congrès
1, place Saint-Pierre - 71000 - MACON -
03 85 21 07 07
info@macon-tourism.com
http://www.macon-tourism.com
Syndicat d'Initiative Route des vins Mâconnais Beaujolais
6, rue Dufour - 71000 - MACON -
03 85 38 09 99
routedesvinsmaconnaisbeaujolais@9business.fr
http://route-vins.com

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