From relaxation and discoveries to walks and trips, South Bourgogne offers many sources of pleasure, including the Saône River and walks in the vineyards. 

In the far south of Bourgogne, where the first sensations of Provence can be felt, the Mâconnais district extends over 40 km and is bordered by the Saône River. Between the Côte Chalonnaise and the Roche de Solutré,  Mâconnais is especially known for the high quality of its Pouilly-Fuissé and Saint-Véran wines but equally for its renowned grand cru wines from the north of the Beaujolais: Saint-Amour and Moulin-à-Vent. What beautiful countryside, celebrated by the famous French writer Lamartine, the district’s most famous son! Explore the city of Mâcon, which maintains the strong traditions of this warm and welcoming wine district.

Geolocation: 

Mâconnais tourist office

1, place Saint-Pierre

71000 Mâcon

Phone: +33(0)3 85 21 07 07 

E-mail: info@macon-tourism.com