Châteauneuf / Côte d''or
Flavigny-sur-Ozerain / Côte d''or
Perched high on a rock, Flavigny-sur-Ozerain brings the old world Burgundian charm to life. Known for its religious buildings - above all the church of St. Genest and the Benedictine abbey of Saint Pierre - , the tiny town is also interestingly a city of craftsmen and traders. Venture along cobblestone streets into its alleys; the source of its hidden charm with turreted houses and other medieval architectural details.
Noyers / Yonne
Enter the well-preserved medieval city of Noyers, curled up on the banks of the River Serein. Inside the town walls, there are half-timbered, 15th century stone houses, pretty squares and arches leading to narrow cobbled streets. Additionally, take one step onto Place du Marché-au-Blé or Place du Grenier-à-Sel (Wine, Corn Market and Salt Storehouse Squares), and you’ll catch a glimpse of the town’s thriving period of farming and trade.
Semur-en-Brionnais / Saône et Loire
Vézelay / Yonne
The charming village of Vezelay sits high on a hilltop overlooking onto the Monts du Morvan. Home to beautiful stone Romanesque houses that are mostly cafes, galleries and gift shops and the magnificent St. Madeleine Basilica - a brilliant work of Romanesque art and architecture that contains relics of Mary Magdalene herself – the village personifies typical Burgundian character. Vézelay and the abbey are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Venture to Burgundy's beautiful villages along a Hotel Barge Cruise!