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- Auxerre's heritage
Auxerre has a 67-hectare protected area, the 2nd largest in the region after Dijon, the capital of Burgundy. Visits, museums and monuments are open all year round for everyone to enjoy!
In the heart of Puisaye, in the Yonne region of Burgundy, some fifty workers are taking on an extraordinary challenge: building a fortified castle today using the same techniques and materials as in the Middle Ages.
-The Museums of Auxerre -The Saint-Germain museum -The Leblanc Duvernoy Museum -The Museum -The Eckmühl Room
- Pontigny Abbey
The second daughter of Cîteaux, the Cistercian abbey of Pontigny is nestled in the heart of a village of 800 inhabitants, between Auxerre and Chablis.
- Cave Bailly Lapierre
Our Burgundy village of Bailly is the birthplace of AOC Crémant de Bourgogne. Since 1972, in an underground stone quarry that offers unique natural conditions, we have been making sparkling wines from another world. Château d'Ancy le Franc The Château d'Ancy-le-Franc is an astonishing Renaissance palace in the land of the Dukes of Burgundy. The largest collection of Renaissance murals in France makes Ancy-le-Franc a direct rival to Fontainebleau.
- Boutissaint Nature Park
In the heart of the Puisaye, for those who understand how admirable and exceptional it can be today to discover animals living free in their natural environment.
- Puisaye Train
Puisaye can also be visited by train! With an annual average of 6,500 passengers, the Train touristique du Pays de Puisaye-Forterre (TTPPF), is friendly known as Le Transpoyaudin.
- In the footsteps of Cadet Roussel
The pedestrian trail "Sur les Traces de Cadet Roussel" allows you to discover the treasures of the town at your own pace by following the bronze arrows on the ground. This pedestrian route allows you to enjoy the town's remarkable monuments at your own pace, as well as discovering picturesque streets, unusual viewpoints and lively neighbourhoods.
- Saint-Etienne's Cathedral
Built in 1215, Saint-Etienne's Cathedral is dedicated to Saint-Etienne, the first martyr of Auxerre. It has been protected as a historic monument since 1840.
- River tourism
Enjoy pleasant , cultural and gastronomic cruises on the Yonne. Come and enjoy a cruise to discover and contemplate an exceptional heritage. Water, land, art, lifestyles: discover, see or revisit landscapes and places with a fresh eye, at the peaceful pace of the river.
In the heart of Puisaye, in the Yonne region of Burgundy, some fifty workers are taking on an extraordinary challenge: building a fortified castle today using the techniques and materials of the Middle Ages.