Marcilly-les-Buxy


In the west of the Community of Communes Sud Côte Chalonnaise, Marcilly-lès-Buxy extends its territory over nearly 1,900 hectares, offering a verdant setting and a beautiful rural landscape. On this vast territory, the commune is divided between a village and 17 hamlets, the most important of which are Le Martrat, Les Baudots and Boujolle. The Baudots pass, at an altitude of 421 m, marks the Mediterranean/Atlantic watershed, but also the border between Charolais and Chalonnais.The village was home to one of the 11 Chappe telegraph stations located in Saône-et-Loire, on the Paris-Toulon line. The village was split in two by the demarcation line during the Second World War. Today, it is crossed by a path of peace, the Road to Assisi.

Worth seeing are a 19th century chateau and a wash house in the hamlet of Matrat.

A la découverte de Marcilly-les-Buxy

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    ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Eglise, ©LucieCaillaud

    Eglise, ©LucieCaillaud

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    ©LucieCaillaud

  • Bocage, ©LucieCaillaud

    Bocage, ©LucieCaillaud

  • Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud

    Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud

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    ©Lucie Caillaud

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    ©Lucie Caillaud

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    ©Lucie Caillaud

  • ©Lucie Caillaud

    ©Lucie Caillaud

  • ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Eglise, ©LucieCaillaud
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  • Bocage, ©LucieCaillaud
  • Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud
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  • ©Lucie Caillaud
  • ©Lucie Caillaud
  • ©Lucie Caillaud
  • ©Lucie Caillaud
  • ©Lucie Caillaud