Day 3: Chagny – Dracy le Fort, 19 Km
Continue through vineyards via Rully and a Gallo-Roman camp, known as the “Camp de César” and the charming village of Mercurey and its ramparts. Pass ancient crosses, old communal wash houses and vintnerhouses, to arrive in Givry.
Day 4: Givry – Saint Gengoux le National, 17 Km
This route along the “Voie Verte” will bring forest scenery and country villages with “cadoles” (small stone huts built by vine growers). Once you get to Saint Gengoux le National you will be able to visit its Romanesque Church, its ramparts, its gargoyles and its belfry.
Day 5: Saint Gengoux le National - Cluny, 23 Km
The countryside is hillier in the area. Worth visiting the chateau of Cormatin and the great place of pilgrimage of Taizé. You will end your walk in Cluny, the spiritual centre of Europe in the Middle Ages, with a huge influence on religion, intellect, art and politics. Places to see include the Abbey, the fortification remains, the “Haras National”(Stud farm).
Day 6: Departure
Departure after breakfast.
- 5 B&B overnights: room and breakfast in 2* or 3*hotels and 2 nights in Guest Houses
- Daily luggage transfer to the next hotel
- Description of the tour
- Scenic information
- Permanent assistance in case of problems
- Transport to/from beginning/end of trail
- Lunches, dinners
- Meal drinks, extras
- Accommodation in 2* and 3* Hotels and Guest Houses
- The Burgundy vineyards, the food and the wine
- Fascinating cultural sites
- Pilgrimage ways
Tour Prices are per person twin share in Australian Dollars. Conditions apply and group tours are subject to change and availability. Prices are subject to currency fluctuations. (at)