Homonym of the famous Canadian capital, the tiny village of Montréal is located in the Yonne, in the heart of Burgundy. Located at the top of a hill, it overlooks the Serein, and is about ten kilometers from Avallon. It is adjacent to the Côte-d'Or, the Nièvre and the Saône-et-Loire, and is very close to the geographical center of Burgundy. The commune of barely 200 inhabitants, was in the sixth century the residence of Queen Brunehaut and her grandson Thierry, and it is from this royal residence that she owes her name.
This small feudal village is not lacking in charm with its old houses and its original architecture. It is ideally located to discover all the remarkable sites of the region such as Noyers, Époisses, the Regional Natural Park of Morvan or Montbard.