Hameau de Mirande
Hotel restaurant in Burgundy, near Cluny
Depuis Lyon : Autoroute A6, sortie Mâcon nord n°28
Depuis Paris : Autoroute A6, sortie Tournus. Traverser Tournus et prendre la direction Mâcon.
Depuis Genève : Autoroute A40, sortie N°1.
Latitude : 46.464977 ; Longitude 4.872278999999935
Gare TER de Tournus à 13 km
Gare TGV et TER de Mâcon à 20 km
➢ Préparez votre voyage : www.voyages-sncf.com
En avion Aéroport de Dijon-Bourgogne à 103 km : www.dijon.aeroport.fr
Main towns nearby
The vineyards of Burgundy
La Marande is located in Montbellet, in Burgundy, in the heart of the Viré-Clessé vineyards, part of the Village Mâconnais appellation, which produces exclusively white Chardonnay wines. Taste these Burgundy vintages at our restaurant and in the wineries at the estates in the surrounding area.
Between Tournus and Mâcon, the Mâconnais vineyards offer many surprises for wine lovers. Apart from Mâcon wines, sample the other vintages from Pouilly-Fuissé, Pouilly-Vinzelles, Pouilly-Loché and Saint-Véran. These vineyards mark the southern boundary of Burgundy and stretch from Sennecy-le-Grand to Saint-Véran.
Follow the wine route for a high quality wine tasting experience.
The major sites
Although the vineyards have shaped Burgundy, the region is also marked by the presence of many outstanding religious edifices. When you visit La Marande, a hotel restaurant in Saône-et-Loire, do not miss the opportunity to stop off at Cluny. Cluny abbey was founded at the start of the 10th century and is the birthplace of the Benedictine Order. Visit the restored remains of this exceptional edifice which influenced all of Europe in the Middle Ages. Another religious monument not to be missed: Saint-Philibert de Tournus abbey. It is particularly interesting for its innovative Romanesque architecture.
A few minutes from Montbellet, visit the Roche de Solutré, one of the most famous sites in Burgundy. In the middle of the Pouilly-Fuissé vineyards, this rocky escarpment rises to an altitude of almost 500 metres. A listed Prehistoric site, it is home to a Departmental museum housing rich collections which retrace the Palaeolithic period.
Not far away, you will also find Cormatin Castle, a listed historical monument, which will delight you with its Renaissance architecture, gardens, maze and ponds.
And, finally, do not forget to visit Mâcon, its quayside along the Saône with its colourful facades, and its historic centre. Apart from the museums and tourist sites, be sure to take advantage of the lively terraces, wineries and other services.