Messey-sur-Grosne


In the alluvial plain of the Saône, bordered by the Grosne river and crossed by the Goutteuse river which runs alongside an amazing red brick chateau, Messey-sur-Grosne is a rural village popular with the fishermen of the South Côte Chalonnaise. At the crossroads of the Mâconnais and the Chalonnais, Messey-sur-Grosne is easily accessible by road, but also by the Voie Verte, offering a nice detour to admire the peaceful banks of the two rivers and a chateau dating from the 13th and 17th centuries built in red brick, and fully restored in 2008 (the façades and the roof). It is open to visitors on European Heritage Days.

A la découverte de Messey-sur-Grosne

  • Château, ©FrançoiseMayelTisserand

    Château, ©FrançoiseMayelTisserand

  • Château, ©FrançoiseMayelTisserand