Saulieu, porte du Morvan
Between forests and plains, Saulieu stands at the threshold of the Morvan Regional Natural Park. If the heart of Burgundy beats here to the rhythm of unspoilt nature, its heritage and gastronomic vocation contribute to the charm of this land of passage.
The former Duchy of Burgundy has retained its status as capital forever. Its historical heritage and economic assets have made it a shining cultural city and a remarkable gastronomy and wine centre.
Dole, porte du Jura
Located between Jura mountains and Saône, the town of Dole imposes its Jura identity. Louis Pasteur home and a source of inspiration for Marcel Aymé, art and history city, gastronomy land by essence, you can enjoy Dole in many ways.
To the south of the Côte d'Or, Burgundy wines' capital is famous for its Hospices and their incredible auctions. These are just two of the many reasons why Beaune is a discoveries, surprises and emotions place.
Home of Nicéphore Niepce, inventor of photography, Chalon-sur-Saône is the city of images, a city full of images! A charming city that talks about art, history, nature and good wines and confides in Saône delicacies. Let yourself be seduced.
Rivers, meadows and pastures. Charolles owes its charm to the rural setting of these farmlands. An ideal starting point for discovering numerous Romanesque churches is that it is, without doubt, the favourite place for meat lovers.
Southern Burgundy cultivates its gentle way of life in the Mâconnais mountains valleys. High place of prehistory,the cradle of Romanesque art, land of vineyards, the Mâconnais seduces visitors in search of old stones, stories and good wines.