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Le Chemin de Saint-Jacques de Beaune à Cluny

Hiking, Touring holiday, Ecotourisme, Famille, Tourisme vert in Beaune
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  • Day 1: Beaune
    Arrival of the participants in Beaune, capital of the wines.
    Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2: Beaune - Santenay
    Departure from the famous "Hospices de Beaune" in flamboyant Gothic style and classified as "Historic Monuments" to reach the "Montagne de Beaune" and see the wine-growing hillsides of Beaune and its region. Passing close to the AOC Pommard estate, we cross Volnay and its vineyards and arrive in Meursault. Discovery of its old fortified castle dating from the 14th...
    Day 1: Beaune
    Arrival of the participants in Beaune, capital of the wines.
    Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2: Beaune - Santenay
    Departure from the famous "Hospices de Beaune" in flamboyant Gothic style and classified as "Historic Monuments" to reach the "Montagne de Beaune" and see the wine-growing hillsides of Beaune and its region. Passing close to the AOC Pommard estate, we cross Volnay and its vineyards and arrive in Meursault. Discovery of its old fortified castle dating from the 14th century which today houses the town hall.
    Dinner and overnight stay.
    Walking time: about 5 hours (20 km).

    Day 3: Santenay - Givry
    Crossing the vineyards of Saint-Aubin, Bouzeron and Rully, whose Gallo-Roman field, known as "Caesar's field", is a listed historic monument. Then discover the charming village of Mercurey surrounded by ramparts built in the 11th century. Arrival at Mellecey with its crosses, wash houses and winegrowers' houses.
    Dinner and overnight stay.
    Walking time: about 6 hours (26 km).

    Day 4: Givry - Saint-Gengoux-le-National
    Discovery of diverse landscapes between forests and villages with typical rural dwellings: cadoles (old Burgundy vineyard huts made of dry stone), washhouses, fountains with the greenway as a common thread. Arrival at Saint-Gengoux le National.
    Dinner and overnight stay.
    Walking time: about 7 hours (26 km)

    Day 5: Saint-Gengoux - Cluny
    The landscape changes and becomes more and more hilly. A stop can be made to visit the Renaissance-style château of Cormatin, built in the 17th century and listed as a "Monument Historique", and the high place of pilgrimage of Taizé.
    Dinner and overnight stay.
    Walking time: 6 hours (23 km)

    Day 6: departure
    Cluny. End of our services after breakfast.
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