The Voie Bleue Route, in Burgundy
In Burgundy, you can follow this blue route for 190 km!
Don't hesitate to make some stops along the way, to discover the cultural and historic heritage of the towns and villages along the Voie Bleue.
Make sure you enjoy the natural environment all around the cycle paths, including meadows, corn or sunflower fields, vineyards, forests, as well as the river, harbours, barges, and so much more.
Heritage sites to discover along the Voie Bleue
From Pontailler-sur-Saône to Chalon-sur-Saône: between the river Saône and the countryside
You'll be crossing through the little towns of Auxonne, Saint-Jean-de-Losne, Seurre, and Verdun-sur-le-Doubs. Enjoy these peaceful little places and the surrounding countryside!
Unmissable: stop off to taste the pôchouse, the "Burgundian Bouillabaisse" which is a dish made with fish from the river and white wine.Discover these sections
An ideal family-friendly route
From Chalon-sur-Saône to Mâcon: Between the river Saône and the vineyards
Your journey continues into southern Burgundy along the river Saône where you will discover Saint-Philibert Abbey in Tournus and the Mâconnais vineyard, overlooked by the Roche de Solutré.
Please note: There is a possible loop along the Greenway between Chalon-sur-Saône and Mâcon via the Côte Chalonnaise.
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A long cycle route from Luxembourg to Lyon
The Voie Bleue, Moselle-Saône by bike is a 700km-long national cycle route. It runs from the border with Luxembourg to Lyon.
The route winds its way through Moselle, from the Vosges Canal, then runs along the river Saône until it arrives in the city of lights. In Burgundy, it mainly runs alongside the river Saône between pretty villages and towns such as Mâcon, through vineyards and countryside! It is the ideal route to take at your own pace, with the wind on your cheeks and your feet on the pedals.
When you reach Lyon, you could even continue towards the Mediterranean Sea, via the ViaRhôna.