Follow this 59 km circuit from Salornay-sur-Guye to discover the second part to the northwest of Cluny.

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Sailly

Sailly

A village that was once fortified where you can see the castle of Saille (private), a house rebuilt in the 19th century.e century as well as the remains of a 15th century wall and the ruins of Essardgornes.

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Sigy-le-Châtel

In Sigy-le-Châtel you can admire the feudal castle and the old medieval ruin, the Maison Monnier dating from the 18th century and the castle of the same name.e century (listed as a historical monument) and the Romanesque church of the former priory of Saint-Nicolas.

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The Farm

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L'Eglantine

Burzy

In Burzy, the church was built by the monks of Cluny at the end of the XIe It stands on a small rocky outcrop with a grotto. A pond and the former priory complete an attractive ensemble. Two wash-houses can be seen in the village and in the hamlet of "L'abergement".

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Saint-Clément-sur-Guye

Charming village perched at an altitude of 430m on a limestone promontory overlooking the valley of the Guye. It is organised in concentric streets around the Romanesque church built in the 10th century.e and XIe centuries. An orientation table installed at the place called "La Poraire" allows you to admire a 180° panorama of the Charolais and the Clunisois. Also worth seeing is the Effondrée castle (private).

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Church of St. Clement

Joncy

Joncy has a 13th century castlee century, reworked in the 18the century. The present church dates from 1882. A remnant of the old church can be found in the cemetery. A few kilometres to the north is the pretty hamlet of Rains with its castle, dovecote and washhouse.

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Saint-Marcelin-de-Cray

Village built in the valley of the river Petite Guye. In the hamlet of Cray, a beautiful Romanesque church from the XIe and XIIe A listed cross and renovated wall frescoes are to be discovered.

Visits & activities

Saint-Paul de Cray Church

Accommodation

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le Gîte de Jeanne

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In the field of the 4 seasons

Chevagny-sur-Guye

This quiet little town with its solid stone houses has a strong heritage: green tourism, promotion of local products, arts and crafts.

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St. Anthony's Church

La Guiche

This pretty village nestled in the greenery of the meadows of the Bois de la Guiche, has ancient feudal ruins dating back to the Middle Ages, beautiful fortified houses from the 17th century and a number of other buildings.e century and in the church, the tomb of the Duke of Angouleme.

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Accommodation

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Barbara's House

Saint-André-le-Désert

The village's landscapes are influenced by the rolling hills of the Charolais region. There are a number of walking trails that take in the local sights: washhouses, the Château du Gros Chigy (privately owned) and the 11th-century Romanesque church.e century, classified as a historical monument.

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Saint Andrew's Church

Craftsmen & producers

McGarva Pottery

Accommodation

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Gîte Mack Grégor

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Gite with Mylene and Bertrand

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