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Historic and artistic heritage, gastronomy and nature are omnipresent in the Côte-d'Or: famous wines renowned all over the world, good local products, specialities of Dijon such as mustard, gingerbread and blackcurrant liqueur, but also wild and unspoiled nature with the Morvan Regional Nature Park, and cities of art such as Dijon and Beaune.


A land of history and traditions, Nièvre, formerly the province of Nivernais, is the ultimate nature destination, with its tranquil hedged farmland countryside, where Charolais cows roam peacefully, its mysterious forests, great lakes, waterways and many leisure activities for sports and outdoor activities fans. A land of water and greenery, Nièvre is rich in secular heritage, and also delights lovers of culture and architecture, offering them a wide range of things to see, ranging from the Town of Art and History of Nevers to the Clunisian priory of La Charité-sur-Loire, through the ecomuseums of the Morvan and Bazoches Castle!


Crossed by numerous waterways and made up of forests, hedged farmland, vineyards and mountains, the Saône-et-Loire is a popular destination for fishing and sailing enthusiasts. Cyclists and walkers are also catered for thanks to the presence of the Voie Verte car-free greenway and Morvan Regional Nature Park. It also boasts a rich built heritage with splendid Romanesque churches, magnificent châteaux, ancient remains, and Cities of Art and of History.


The Yonne benefits from an exceptional religious heritage with the Saint-Etienne cathedral of Sens, the Madeleine basilica of Vézelay and the Pontigny abbey. But the département is also famous for its Chablis vineyards, producer of white wine, and for the famous Burgundy snails.