Like all the communes of the South Côte Chalonnaise which consist of a village and at least one hamlet, Fley is composed of two distinct villages: Le Bourg and the hamlet of Rimont. The Bourg, founded on the site of an ancient Roman villa near the road linking Autun to Tournus, is grouped around its 12th century Romanesque church. Between vineyards and meadows, dominated by Mount Bouzu (461 metres) and
composed of beautiful Burgundian houses, the village of Fley is the start of a long Balade Verte (16 km from the church of Fley) called "Le sentier des Orchidées " (The Orchid Trail). Indeed, the limestone grasslands of the territory offer an ideal ground for orchids, some of which are rare. The best time to take this walk is in spring. Also worth seeing are the mills of La Teppe, Chapiteau and La Tourte.