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Southern BurgundyVoie Verte

The Voie Verte is a bike path that winds its way through Southern Burgundy. Most of the Voie Verte is paved over railroad lines with no motor traffic. Some former railway stations have been turned into rest stops.

The Voie Verte starts on the eastern edge of Southern Burgundy in Cronat and then runs southeast to Paray-le-Monial. From there it goes north to Remigny passing through Le Creusot and its TGV station.

From there the Voie Verte heads south to Chalon-sur-Saône, then west to Givry, due south to Cluny and on to Mâcon. From Mâcon the Voie Verte goes north along the Saône River where it ends.

It’s possible to rent bikes on the Voie Verte. Ask at any local tourist office.

Hotels in Burgundy


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