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Chalons sur Saône

A city of artistic and historical interest much celebrated for its “art de vivre” and age old traditions.

Chalon-Sur-Saône is an ideal destination for the discerning gourmet, connoisseur and lovers of fine art and heritage.

Places to visit:

The museum of photography,

The Cathédrale Saint-Vincent,
The ancient hospital Saint Laurent and the old town.


The urban and architectural wealth of Mâcon testifies to its lively past full of encounters.
The heritage trail will lead you through the paved streets, from the Old Saint-Vincent area to the ancient hospital, from the Wooden House to the Chapel Soufflot. Do not forget, during your strolls to visit the museums recounting the life of yesteryear…
The night starts when the Pont Saint Laurent is lit up.
Mâcon has also won the National Prize for Flower Decoration over the past 10 years.
Discrete in autumn and winter, the floral decoration opens and blooms from May to September to the great delight of visitors. A real show well worth seeing!

Places to visit:
The archaeological site of Saint-Clément,
The Wooden House (Maison de Bois),
The museum Lamartine.


Dijon, the ancient capital of the Dukes of Burgundy is a city with a past, rich in architectural heritage.
At the gateway to the prestigious vineyards of the Côte de Nuits, Dijon honours the gastronomical traditions which provides its celebrated mustard, “crème de cassis” (blackcurrant liqueur), and gingerbread. As a university city and business and cultural centre, Dijon offers a wide range of hotels, an auditorium and has the capacity to cater for any type of event.

Saint Léger-sur-Dheune

On the “route des Grands Vins”, Saint-Léger-sur-Dheune's town centre is surrounded by the Canal du Centre.
Ideally situated on the Canal du Centre, it enables you to explore this most prestigious wine region while adding variety to one-way cruises. Meandering along the valley of Dheure, the charming villages display their attractive glazed tile roofs, often revealing the opulent surroundings and homes of the winegrowers. On the lower slopes of the Côte Châlon, places like Mercurey, Santenay – where the church St Jean-de-Narosse dating back to the 13th century, dominates the vineyard, Montrachet with its well-known white wines, or even Rully and its 12th century-castle, produce some of the best wines of Burgundy.

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The town is famous for its 157 arcades dating back to the middle ages and was renowned as the hub of a thriving trade and craft industry in the 16th century. It remains the main administrative and economic centre of the Burgundian part of the Bresse area.

Places to visit :
Maison du Bailli ,
Rue de la Grenette ,
Tour Saint Pierre and the old butchers shop .


Situated on Burgundy 's border, Auxonne has long been a frontier town.

The fortifications, the arsenal and the barrack blocks where Bonaparte once lived, testify to the historic past of the town.

Places to visit :
The Cathedral Notre-Dame d'Auxonne ,
The ‘Porte Royale' of the 15th century castle ,
The Arsenal dating from the 17th century .


As an important river and geographic crossroads, Verdun-sur-le-Doubs has sustained many, often bloody invasions. Today, however, Verdun is an ideal peaceful stopping place offering welcome gastronomic opportunities in its town set back from the Saône

Places to visit :
Corn and Bread Museum .


Stretching along the banks of the Saône between the plains of Bresse and the hills of Mâcon, this town is a jewel of Romanesque art.
Its gently sloping roofs readily suggesting the south of France.
As such it is one of the most visited sites in Burgundy

Places to visit :
Saint Philibert Abbey Church
Saint-Laurent Chapel
Saint Madeleine, the town hall


Places to visit :
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church ,
The Maison des Mariniers ,
The Canons,
The King's Residence .

Port sur Saône

This Gallo-Roman agglomeration gave its name to the “Pays de Portois” (Pagus Portenausis) of which it was the main town.
Today the name remains justified as a harbour at pleasure cruisers' disposal.


Situated today at the extreme point of shipping navigation, the town of Gray was in the middle ages considered one of the three most strategically important places in Franche-Comté. The town retains much evidence of its rich heritage and good fortune

Places to visit :
The Tour de Parvis ,
The Gothic Basilica ,
The National Esperanto Museum .

Fontenoy le Chateau

As one of “the fleurons” of the Voge area and as anoverland link between the plains of the Saône and the Moselle Valley, Fontenoy presents its remarkable cultural heritage centred on its church.
The river port has in recent years been transformed into a tourist destination.

Places to visit :
The Museum ,
The tour des Lombards ,


This large village has a rich and valued past.
Corre already existed during the Gallo-Roman Period as revealed by the great number of archaeological remains found in the area.
Though quiet, Corre is an active village and offers the chance of a welcome stroll in the surrounding countryside.


Though a sizeable village with 1,550 inhabitants Scey-Sur-Saône has retained its rural charm and character much appreciated by the visitor.
One of the most attractive features on the canal here is the passage through the listed man-made tunnel.

Places to visit :
The 17th century Church ,
The Spanish-style houses ,
The public wash-houses .

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