Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France, Châteauneuf, locally called Châteauneuf-en-Auxois, located in Burgundy, in the department of Côte-d'Or. The city, formerly stop for pilgrims of Saint-Jacques de Compostela, owes its name to its fortress built in the course of the twelfth century.
With stunning views over the plain and the Burgundy Canal, Châteauneuf developed in the Middle Ages because of its strategic position between Dijon and Autun. Visitors enjoy the medieval alleys rich merchant houses dating from the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Boasting an important historical and architectural heritage, Châteauneuf, who got two flowers in the competition of villages, seduced by the charm of its buildings as well as by the good atmosphere that prevails there.