Burnand


Burnand is the southernmost commune of the South Côte Chalonnaise.

Burnand is a charming village overlooked by Mount Péjus (380 m), which is notable for its biodiversity and classified as a Natura 2000 site. Covered with limestone grasslands, it is home to numerous plant and animal species that are protected in France (cicadas, butterflies, orchids, trees, numerous flowers and insects and large birds of prey such as the black kite and the royal kite). With its beautiful chateau (private, cannot be visited but easy to see), its two churches (the 11th century church of Saint-Nizier de Burnand classified as a Historic Monument, and the 11th century Romanesque chapel of Saint-Martin-de-Croix, which is distinguished by its open arch bell tower, unique in the region), its wash houses, its cadoles in the vineyards, Burnand is a very pleasant destination for a stroll. Along the "Mont Saint-Roch" Balade Verte, you can admire the medieval city of Saint-Gengoux-le-National from the statue of the Virgin.

A la découverte de Burnand

  • Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger

    Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger

  • Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger

    Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger

  • Eglise Saint Nizier, ©Mélanie Roger

    Eglise Saint Nizier, ©Mélanie Roger

  • Puits La Buissonnière, ©Mélanie Roger

    Puits La Buissonnière, ©Mélanie Roger

  • Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger
  • Burnand, ©Mélanie Roger
  • Eglise Saint Nizier, ©Mélanie Roger
  • Puits La Buissonnière, ©Mélanie Roger

Pour contacter la mairie :

Mairie
La Buissonnière
71460 Burnand

03 85 92 52 63

mairieburnand,wanadoo,fr

https://www.burnand.fr/