Tourist Information Office Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Tourist Information Office Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Tourist information office Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Tourist information office Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Tourist information office Saint-Gengoux-le-National

4 Avenue de la Promenade
71460 St-Gengoux-Le-National
09 77 35 14 40
ot.stgengoux.nal@wanadoo.fr
From October to March :
From Monday to Friday :
9:30 am to 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
From April to June and September :
From Monday to Saturday:
9:30 am to 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
July and August :
From Monday to Saturday:
9:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Sunday :
9:30 am to 12:30 pm
 
 
 

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 Romanesque Art

Eglise d'Ameugny

You can discover a rich Romanesque heritage  in the nineteen villages of the district,amongst all these remarkable churches,four are Clunisian sites : St Gengoux le National, Chazelle ; the hamlet of Cormatin, St Hippolyte near the village of Bonnay and Malay.

Nature

Voie verte

The green way is an ideal traffic free track to use with bikes,roller blades,wheelchairs or simply to walk on. From Givry to Charnay lès Macon,the green way,65 kilometres long,goes through a diversified landscape of forests,wine growing hillsides and enables you to access the touristic sites of Chalon sur Saone,Givry, Buxy,St Gengoux le National,Cormatin, Cluny,etc 25 signposted cycling circuits link up to the green way and allows you to appreciate the local life,art and culture of Southern Burgundy.

Local Products

Produits locaux

LOCAL PRODUCE AND GASTRONOMIC SPECIALITIES : Wine growing hillsides and unspoilt countryside make the specialities of Southern Burgundy products of quality,renowned and appreciated by connoisseurs: snails, goat cheese, honey, Charolais meat. Among the fabulous gastronomic specialities,one can think of: frogs legs,”La Pochouse”(fish stew), Meurette eggs, (poached eggs in red wine sauce), Jambon persillé (jellied ham), Gougères (savoury profiteroles with Comte cheese), Grattons (pork scratchings).

THE TOURISTIC WINE ROUTE : The vineyards of the cote Chalonnaise spread for over 25 kilometres between the Cote de Beaune and the Maconnais region. It’s a natural extension to the Cote de Beaune. Indeed Beaune and its vintage wines like Pommard,Volnay,Meursault are at only 60 kilometres from St Gengoux. St Gengoux is at the crossroad of two touristic wine routes : the Cote Chalonnaise and  the Maconnais Beaujolais.

You can make an appointment with a tourism advisor on demand :

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