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Roche de Solutré: Not to miss, on the Great Site of France Solutré Pouilly Vergisson
Musée de préhistoire: Jardin archeological and botanical garden, the Maison du Grand Site to complete the tour.
Château De Pierreclos: In the midst of organic vineyards.
Chateau De Berze-Le-Chatel: Historical monument, one of the most well-preserved medieval fortified castles of Burgundy (where Ridley Scott shot ‘The Last Duel’!)
Chapelle Des Moines: In Berzé-la-Ville (the next village!) – not to be missed.
Château De Cormatin: (only possible to visit its magnificent garden) Between Tournus et Cluny.
Les Communs: Local ceramists.
Grottes D’azé: Earth under life: in -350 000, a primal man appeared in the cave, then rhinos and antique elephants…the prehistorical cave and the underground river hide one of the largest European cave bears fields.
Château De Saint-Point-Lamartine: If one appreciates the writer
Solornay sur Guye: The neighbouring town – includes a restaurant, small food store, salon de thé – pâtisserie
Cité- Abbaye De Cluny: The Benedictin Abbaye Of Cluny Shined On The Whole Middle Age Europe, Being The Widest Of Western Christianity Before The Building Of Saint-Peters In Rome.
Communauté De Taizé: Christian Ecumenical Community Founded In 1940 By Brother Roger.
Abbaye Saint Philibert – Tournus: One Of The Largest French Monastic Cities.