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How to get here?


By bus :

On the "Mobigo Bourgogne" bus network the service 701 links Chalon-sur-Saône with Mâcon and passes through the south of the Côte Chalonnaise, very useful for moving about. Since 1st June 2018, all the buses on this route have been equipped to carry bicycles.

The line serves the communes of:

You will find the times of all the buses in the department, including the 701 service, on the site.

By car :

Via the A6 motorway, the exits closest are :

To the north-east: exit n°26 "Chalon sud", then follow signs for Buxy(16 km to Buxy / 26 km to Saint-Gengoux)


To the south: exit n°29 "Mâcon sud" then follow directions for Cluny then Saint-Gengoux-le-National(55 km to Buxy / 44 km to Saint-Gengoux)




By the N70/E607 :


- Exit 3 Cluny / Givry / St Désert


- Exit4 Jambles / Moroges


- Exit 5 Sassangy / Sainte Hélène


- Exit 6 Marcilly les Buxy




By the N79 :


Exit direction Cluny then D980 until Cluny and D981 (40 Km to Buxy and 29Km to St Gengoux le National)


By train :

The nearest railway stations are:
The
SNCF station at Chalon-sur-Saône (then take the No. 701 bus route)
(16 km to Buxy/ 28 km to Saint-Gengoux)

The TGV station Mâcon Loché (then take the No. 701 bus route)
(55 km to Buxy / 44 km to Saint-Gengoux)

The SNCF station at Mâcon (then take the No. 701 bus route)
(58 km to Buxy / 47 km to Saint-Gengoux)

The SNCF station at Tournus (no direct bus link)
(27 km toe Buxy / 22 km to Saint-Gengoux)

The TGV station Creusot-Montceau (no direct bus link)
(26 km to Buxy /28 km to Saint-Gengoux)

To find the times of trains, check the SNCF website.

By bicycle :

You can come to the South Côte Chalonnaise via the several hundred kilometers of cycling routes in Saône-et-Loire and the whole of France.

By the Voie Verte linking Mâcon to Chalon-sur-Saône;


By the Canal du Centre linking Digoin to Chalon-sur-Saône, then by the Voie Verte;


By the Canal de Bourgogne from Tonnerre to Dijon, then by the Voie des Vignes to Chalon-sur-Saône, then by the Voie Verte;

By the Voie Eurovélo 6, from the Atlantic to the Black Sea;



By the Voie Bleue from Lyon to Mâcon or from Apach to Chalon-sur-Saône, then by the Voie Verte;

By the Voie Bressanne from Lons-le-Saunier to Chalon-sur-Saône, then by the Voie Verte.

By plane :

The airports of Lyon Saint Exupéry and Dole-Besançon-Dijon are the gateways to the South Côte Chalonnaise from overseas.