Take it for granted, here it is pronounced "Noyères"
Situated at the crossroads of the old roads linking Montbard to Auxerre and Avallon to Tonnerre, the medieval town of Noyers-sur-Serein has retained its medieval layout.
Once dominated by the castle of the powerful lords of the place, called Miles de Noyers, it is like a machine that takes you back in time.
It was the setting for the Hotel du Globe in the film "La grande vadrouille", but also for the filming of certain scenes in the film "Molière", directed by Laurent Tirard and Ariane Mnouchkine
It is also rumoured that the Disney studios were largely inspired by the village to create the sets for "Beauty and the Beast" and welcomed Duran Duran, a very popular English pop group in the 1980s, for the filming of their video clip New Moon on Monday
Noyers was also the home of Charles-Louis Pothier, who in 1926 wrote the lyrics of a song that became a veritable anthem for mothers: "Les roses blanches", sung by Berthe Silva.
It is definitely a village that inspires...
You should take the time to discover this ancient trading and wine-producing village, which was prosperous in the Middle Ages, and its ramparts, which stretch out its defensive towers along the river.