The web app

Route 71

Just like some of the famous bloggers who travel around in their camper vans, use the web app Route71 to plan your road trip in the Mâconnais correctly.

Route71, southern Burgundy, is a web app that will take you on an adventure filled with wine and new discoveries, with the possibility of venturing off the beaten track, and without missing the must-sees. You choose how you want to spend your time, exploring charming little villages, well hidden Romanesque churches or villages with renowned appellations and unmissable winegrowing estates! It's a very useful tool for those who enjoy the good things in life, those interested in heritage sites, and those looking for some great places that will make their friends green with envy!

  1. Type into your browser
  2. Follow the instructions to add the app to your home screen
  3. Create your account and access all the features
  4. Wherever you are in the Saône-et-Loire, start up on your smartphone, tablet or from one of the digital terminals in one of the appellation villages.

Let's go!

To visit

Collection Hameau Dubœuf
Le Hameau Duboeuf
In Romanèche-Thorins

The Hameau Dubœuf

This is the 1st "oenoparc" (wine-themed park) in Beaujolais, and is a fun place to learn all about the world of wine and the vine. Dynamic cinema, "Mon Beaujolais" immersive experience, 3D film, museology, exhibition, garden and winemaking centre... and a Beaujolais tasting session to end the visit!

Visit the "oenoparc" (wine-themed park)
DSL / Les Coflocs
Otarie du Touroparc Zoo
In Romanèche-Thorins


Come and take a stroll along the shaded pathways of this zoo, where 700 animals, representing 140 species, from all continents, live peacefully in a natural and lush-green, 12-hectare park.

Visit the zoo
DSL / Les Coflocs
musée des ursulines à Mâcon
In Mâcon

The Musée des Ursulines

This museum is in the centre of Mâcon, in an ancient 17th-century convent, and displays art history collections, from Ancient Times up until the 20th century. There is also an area devoted to Alphonse de Lamartine, a French poet, and native of Mâcon.

Visit the museum
DSL / Les Coflocs
Cave Vignerons des Terres Secrètes à Prissé
Wine tasting

The "Vignerons des Terres Secrètes" winegrowers

How can you cross the Mâconnais vineyard without tasting their wines? In Prissé, the "Vignerons des Terres Secrètes" wine cellar is in a great location near the Grand Site Solutré-Pouilly-Vergisson, right next to the Greenway cycle path, with 3 different cellars (Prissé, Verzé, Sologny) to visit, and a wide range of wines (Pouilly-Fuissé, Saint-Véran, Mâcon, Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Crémant de Bourgogne) available for tasting or for purchase.

Find out more about this wine cellar

To watch

The "Coflocs" bloggers road trip around the Mâconnais

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