La Bourgogne du Sud, sa vigne, son vin, ses monuments...

For an attractive stay

In the south of Burgundy, Tournus and its region offer many advantages for an attractive stay: cultural visits with the St Philibert Abbey and the circuit of Romanesque churches, the Greuze Museum, the Hôtel Dieu, the bike museum, etc.

Tournus is a charming typical little town with its traboules, its small shopping streets and the attraction of the Saône for walks along the river or a la carte cruises!

Our hotel restaurant is located 2 steps in front of the Saint-Philibert Abbey.

Bike enthusiasts can discover the charm of the banks of the Saône by taking the blue path. More infos

Discover nearby activities

ride on la voie bleue

What could be better than taking a family walk on the Voie Bleue, a secure cycle path reserved for pedestrians and cyclists, to discover our region?

Brancion Castle

At the heart of the Romanesque road that connects the abbeys of Tournus and Cluny, perched on a rocky outcrop, Brancion welcomes you and takes you on a discovery of a dreamy Middle Ages...

Mancey winegrowers

The Vignerons de Mancey open the doors of their unique space dedicated to the vine and the wines of Burgundy. A young and dynamic team welcomes you every day to help you discover the wines of our winegrowers as well as more than 80 appellations from the Mâconnais, the Côte Chalonnaise, the Côte d'Or and the Chablisien.

Abbey Saint-Philibert de Tournus

Saint-Philibert de Tournus is a former Benedictine monastery located in Tournus, in the French department of Saône-et-Loire and the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region. A world-famous masterpiece of Romanesque art, Saint-Philibert Abbey welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.