Village of Burgundy-Franche-Comté, Bucey-lès-Gy has been labeled Small city of character. It takes place in the department of Haute-Saône, in the arrondissement of Vesoul, about thirty kilometers from Besançon.
The Bucey-lès-Gy commune, which was inhabited by the Metals Age, developed particularly during the Middle Ages, including a parish of great importance. Partially destroyed during the Ten Years' War in the 17th century and during the French Conquest under Louis XIV, the village now has only a few buildings dating from before the 18th century. Formerly known for the prosperity of its trade and its wine production, it is today appreciated by visitors for its green landscapes, as well as for its interesting architectural heritage, like the vineyard houses found in The old center.
Featuring a remarkable Comtois steeple with a bulb at the imperial, rebuilt in the 18th century, the Saint-Martin church was included in the supplementary inventory of Historical Monuments. Built in the 14th century, it was enlarged in the 16th century, developing parts of flamboyant Gothic style. Inside, you can admire a modern stained glass window dedicated to the life of Saint Martin, the patron saint of the building.
Classified as Historical Monuments, the town hall was built at the beginning of the 19th century. Built in limestone finely molded, it is in the First Empire style.
The presbytery dates back to the middle of the 19th century. Taking place on the old school, it has the appearance of a good bourgeois house and unveils a nice little landscaped garden. Inside this building listed in the supplementary inventory of Historical Monuments, one discovers a sober and simple decor.
Built at the beginning of the XIXth century, the fountain of Saint-Maurice, a hamlet of Bucey-lès-Gy, is not without interest. Walking through this charming little village, you can also discover a typical vineyard habitat with its large doors, vaulted vaulted cellars or even its courtyards. Do not miss a walk to the terraced hillsides that were home to vineyards until the end of the 19th century.
Several marked hiking trails make it possible to discover all the heritage and charm of the small village of Bucey-lès-Gy, especially towards the Monts de Gy.
In July, the festival Mémoire de Cités offers several animations Such as a musical march, a festive meal, a guinguette, exhibitions, workshops or bowling competitions.
The village offers a Christmas market at the end of the year.