With a rich heritage, crossed by the highway 6 which has the advantage of good connections to Chalon
Sennecey-le-Grand bet on its location. Close to the industrial area south of Chalon, it offers those who work in a perfect location with services and facilities.
With its extensive remains, this county invites the visitor to walk unusual in the past.
History: During the Second World War, Sennecey-le-Grand and its region was a hotbed of resistance. In the forest of La Ferte and Corlay formed underground. This organization will host August 28, four jeeps landed in Normandy and commanded by Captain Guy of Combaud. Among these interventions resistant, all day Monday, September 4, 1944 will be memorable ... Each September 4, a morning commemoration is organized. A memorial International Special Air Service (SAS) is Sennecey-le-Grand (to Ruffey). SAS A museum is being planned on the site of the City Council.
On leaving the main thoroughfare, on a vast esplanade, sits an imposing neo-classical church.
Fortifications, old ditches, ramparts, Renaissance buildings testify to the existence in these places, two castles in the 10th century.
Laundries, crucifixes, crosses, chapels underline the emotion and beauty of the heritage sennecéen ...
Away from the main communication routes, Saint Julien (original seat of the village), houses a church faithful to the charm of Burgundian Romanesque buildings.