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Discovering the Mâconnais region

The Maconnais

Nestled between Tournus and Macon, le Maconnais extends over a zone approximately fifty km from north to south and fifteen km east to west.

Here you’ll discover a unique landscape marked as much by the variety of its rocks as the orientation of its hillsides, offering you large, vine-filled slopes.

The top of the Maconnais hillsides are dominated by leafy forests, perfect for a hike. Halfway up the slopes and up to 300 meters in altitude, vines have been planted and cultivated since the XII th century, constantly expanding. The valley offers a few prairies bordering the rivers.
It is not a race, it is a pleasure stroll! Feast your eyes before making your mouth water.

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Your stay in the region

What to visit?

LES GROTTES D’AZÉ (the Azé caves)

a classified prehistoric site and one of the longest caverns in Burgundy.
Bear and cave lion skeletons have been discovered there.

Guided tours available everyday from April 1st to September 30th
from 10am to 12pm, and 2pm to 7pm.

03 85 33 32 23

South Burgundy

you will find all informations to organize your trips, visits, and hikes www.destination-saone-et-loire.fr

Mâcon l www.macon-tourism.com
Cluny l www.cluny-tourisme.com
Tournus l www.tournus-tourisme.com

Where to eat and sleep?

A proper visit to our region requires more than a day. Here are some places where you could eat and rest:

Restaurant « Relais des Grottes » :
(welcomes 50 people) 03 85 33 33 07

Chambres d’hôtes « Le Logis d’Azé »
06 60 61 87 57 – www.lelogisdaze.com

Chambres d’hôtes « Les portails Bleus »
Mr Egge Wouter, 03 85 50 09 69 – https://lesportailsbleus.fr

Le Clos des Capucines, studio airbnb
Madame Tur Isabelle
06 15 01 17 35 – www.airbnb.fr/rooms/35784378