Our Region


The road of the Ducs de Bourgogne


The monuments to visit on this road that leads from the Yonne to the Saône-et-Loire, by crossing the  Côte d'Or, are all coming from the prosperity of a region who knew the climax of its power and prestige at a time where the Ducs de Bourgogne ruled: Philippe II the Bold (1363-1404), Jean the Fearless (1404-1419), Philippe III the Good (1419-1467) and Charles the Bold (1467-1477).





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Pass Route des Ducs de Bourgogne


Keep your visit ticket from one site of the Route des Ducs de Bourgogne !

You will be able to present it in another site of the Route des Ducs de Bourgogne  and  profit from a reduced rate (except Maulnes).


Yonne county, an exceptionnal cultural heritage!


Located one hour away from Paris and Dijon, Yonne county is your first step in Burgundy. 

Discover Vézelay and its basilica located on the Compostela pathes, the cistercian abbey of Pontigny, Renaissance castles of Tanly and Ancy le France, the castle of Saint-Fargeau, the Colette musuem, Auxerre, Sens, medieval villages and their typical houses... An exceptionnal cultural heritage!




Notre Dame de Quincy's abbey

2 km away from the Château of Tanlay


Burgundy tourism website




Château of Ancy le France

16 km away


Château of Ancy le Franc website