Moulin de Lalheue – Exceptional accommodation in Burgundy

Activities in the area



Green way

The oldest greenway in France, this mythical cycling route is accessible to all and promises beautiful discoveries. On about 70 km from Chalon-sur-Saône to Mâcon, the greenway offers Romanesque architecture, castles and vineyards as far as the eye can see…



On foot, by bike, on horseback or even by boat, discover Burgundy by walking, without effort, in slow motion. In short, in “slow travel” mode. There is nothing like a gentle way of travelling to enjoy Burgundy as it should be.

Blue Way

In Burgundy, you will see life in blue for 190 km! Throughout your journey, don’t hesitate to take breaks to discover the cultural and historical heritage of the towns and villages along the blue route.


Take advantage of the environment that surrounds you on these paths between meadows, corn or sunflower fields, vineyards, forests, and rivers, marinas, barges, …

Land of fishing

Fly fishermen are particularly well served in Burgundy-Franche-Comté, with more than a third of the top 100 French fly fishing spots, making the region a top destination for this sport.


The mill of Lalheue is also a very popular spot for pike fishing.

Cities of art and history

Burgundy-Franche-Comté has 15 territories implementing the label. While the kings of France were exhausted in the fighting of the Hundred Years War, the Dukes of Burgundy were building one of the most powerful empires in Europe.


The region has an exceptional architectural heritage from that time.


For your vacations in Saône-et-Loire, here is an idea for an enriching stroll: the “Route des châteaux en Bourgogne du Sud”, which will lead you to the discovery of some of the most important historical sites in Saône-et-Loire. Saône-et-Loire has more than 189 castles ranging from feudal fortresses, Renaissance castles to 17th and 18th century mansions, manor houses and castles of the last century.  About twenty of them can be visited in Saône-et-Loire and can be discovered during your walks…

Towns of the Route des châteaux in South Burgundy : Palinges, Mellecey, Curbigny, Saint-Point, Sully, Berzé-le-Châtel, Martailly-lès-Brancion, Couches, Cormatin, Demigny, Saint-Ambreuil, Pierreclos, Rully, Saint-Pierre-de-Varennes, Pierre-de-Bresse. In the heart of the Puisaye, in the Yonne (about 2h30 from the mill of Lalheue), about forty workers take up a challenge out of the ordinary: to build today a castle according to the techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages!


Wine route

The Burgundy wine route offers 220 kilometers of hillsides divided into several routes. From Auxerre to Chalon-sur-Saône via Dijon or Beaune, the flagship appellations such as Chablis, Gevrey Chambertin or Meursault will no longer hold any secrets for you. You will have the opportunity to meet small producers but also houses with strong reputation on the road of the great wines of Burgundy, nicknamed “Route des Grands Crus”. Indeed, the “Route des Grands Crus” crosses the most prestigious part of the Burgundy vineyard.


38 picturesque wine villages of the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, between Dijon and Beaune and up to Santenay, over a length of 60 km.



The cuisine in Burgundy is rich and generous. It is shaped by the products that the land gives it. Note that one of the oldest recipe books, Le Cuisinier François, was written by François Pierre, known as La Varenne (Dijon 1618-1678), kitchen squire of the Marquis du Blé d’Uxelles in Cormatin in the middle of the 17th century… As you know, Burgundy wines are very famous internationally and so is its gastronomy! 


Indeed, to appreciate a great wine, it must be accompanied by good products perfectly worked. Synonymous with conviviality and excellence, gastronomy holds a place of choice in Burgundy with its various specialties, its local products and its many restaurants of great quality and its recognized chefs: La maison Lameloise in Chagny (3 stars in the Michelin guide), the Relais Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, L’Empreinte at the Tour Rouge in Buxy…


Crafts and arts and crafts

Saône-et-Loire, a breeding ground for art crafts! Impressive in number, these professionals demonstrate unparalleled know-how and creativity. Talented, they master the art of working with materials and sublimating them, with a taste for meticulous work down to the smallest detail. Many of them will open the doors of their workshops to you…


Some of the crafts to discover: potters and ceramists, art turners and wood sculptors, glassmakers, ironworkers, art restorers on stained glass and paintings, instrument makers, jewelry designers, fabric painters, lissière, upholsterers, object designers or leather shoe makers

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