Which is the most beautiful village in Burgundy?

Which is the most beautiful village in Burgundy?

Are you planning a wine and tourist trip in the heart of the vineyards? Would you like to know which towns to visit in Burgundy
Each village has its own identity, a particular charm that comes from its historically rich terroir.

It is difficult, if not impossible, to choose just one! 
Les Sept Fontaines Hotel presents its top 10 most beautiful villages in Burgundy.


Close to Auxerre, this village of half-timbered houses and historic market is well worth a visit. Nearly 78 buildings in this medieval jewel of Burgundy are classified or listed.

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Situated near the Mont du Morvan, this village is an essential stop for pilgrims on their way to Compostela. In addition to its UNESCO-listed Romanesque basilica, there are several craft shops and art galleries showcasing Burgundian heritage.


If you are a fan of exceptional white wines, this is the place to be! The "Golden Gate" of Burgundy is a small town famous for its prestigious grape varieties. Discover this natural heritage on the Burgundy Wine Route and breathe in the fresh air as you cycle through the vineyards!



Venture into the medieval castle overlooking the plain and enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. This medieval village in Burgundy has several typical houses and ornate turrets. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable journey to the heart of the 15th century!



Where to stop in Burgundy? One of the most beautiful villages in the Côte-d'Or, Tournus is a destination in itself. Discover the church of Saint-Philibert, a masterpiece of Romanesque art. Let yourself be seduced by the Hotel Les Sept Fontaines and its charming 17th century building!

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A two-star village in bloom, Châtillon-sur-Seine is an ideal place for contemplation and relaxation. Explore the ruins of the Château des Ducs de Bourgogne and the town library, both with an authentic character.

La Charité-sur-Loire

Once a monastery, the village developed in the 13th century under the reign of Philippe II Augustus. The siege of La Charité-sur-Loire was later led by Joan of Arc in 1429. This medieval village in Burgundy is ready to reveal its secrets to you!





Another emblematic medieval village in Burgundy, Flavigny-sur-Ozerain is one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France". Explore the ramparts and ancestral streets with family or friends. Nearby is the MuséoParc, where the famous siege of Alesia in the 1st century is said to have taken place.


This village is a must during your stay on the Burgundy Wine Route. Situated on the banks of the Yonne, it is made up of beautiful half-timbered houses surrounded by the Othe forest. Cross the Pont de Joigny for a magnificent view of the old town and its churches.



Formerly the fief of Saint Hugues, the famous Abbot of Cluny, the village is the historic capital of the Brionnais. Between the castle, the 9th century keep and the Romanesque collegiate church of Saint-Hilaire, Semur-en-Brionnais has earned its place in this list of the most beautiful villages in Burgundy!

Discover the most beautiful villages in Burgundy while staying at the Les Sept Fontaines Hotel!