The small town of Champlitte is a very rich city in its architecture and heritage. All eras have left substantial remains, authentic and well preserved: the castle of the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, Renaissance houses of the Place des Halles, winegrowers streets and cobbled streets.
Former defensive point of support of the county of Burgundy, set on a promontory 240 meters above sea level, the territory of Champlitte is a crossroads for the three provinces that are the Champagne-Ardenne, Burgundy and Franche-Comté. It is located 50 minutes from the A5 motorway Paris Langres Dijon Lyon and 30 minutes from the A31 Langres Metz Nancy Luxembourg Belgium.
With a rich historical and architectural heritage that has preserved over the centuries, it is also its wine production, which carries the colors of the village beyond its territory. Also demonstrates the strong appeal of its castle and its two museums that offer a glimpse of rural society at the turn of the twentieth century and highlights the technical changes that have occurred in the late nineteenth.
Since 2006, the Tourist Office develops hiking on a generous natural territory, suitable for this activity and rich in rare and protected plants. Not less than 20 circuits located throughout the township, a total of 300 km of marked trails, regularly maintained, awaiting hikers.
Champlitte is also an essential step of the Via Francigena, and offers pilgrims a map of the territory and all accommodation and services needed to conduct their passage.
With a constantly changing offers, the Champlitte region is a land known for hiking lovers exceptional natural environments.
His houses, hotels and camping can accommodate the public, solo, duo, family or group.