An unmissable viewpoint. The hill of Suin culminates at 593 meters. A path leads to the statue of the Virgin where there is an orientation table. From there, a magnificent circular panorama is revealed. You can see the Charolais to the west, Mont Saint-Vincent and Montceau-les-Mines to the north-west, the Chalonnaise region to the north-east, the Clunysois to the east, Mont Saint-Cyr and the foothills of the Beaujolais to the south. The hillock was a fortified site from the Celtic era until the 16th century.