Saint-Martin-du-Tartre


Rising to an altitude of 430 metres, one of the highest points of the South Côté Chalonnaise, the village of Saint-Martin-du-Tartre offers a wonderful view of the Guye valley and the Charolais and Clunisois mountains. The village is made up of a town and 4 hamlets, stretching from the edge of the Guye to the

beautiful 11th century Romanesque church "Saint-Martin", with its 30m high stone spire, visible from many points around. In this country of hedged farmland and livestock, it is pleasant to walk on the marked paths. A beautiful panorama welcomes you at the start of the Balade Verte called "Tout là-haut" (All the way up) (which starts near the town hall). An oratory erected in place of the remains of a Romanesque chapel can be seen at the Hamlet of Maizeray.

A la découverte de Saint-Martin-de-Tartre

  • Aire de pique-nique, ©MélanieRoger

    Aire de pique-nique, ©MélanieRoger

  • ©MélanieRoger

    ©MélanieRoger

  • Balade Verte, ©MélanieRoger

    Balade Verte, ©MélanieRoger

  • Eglise Saint-Martin, ©Pastourisme71

    Eglise Saint-Martin, ©Pastourisme71

  • Aire de pique-nique, ©MélanieRoger
  • ©MélanieRoger
  • Balade Verte, ©MélanieRoger
  • Eglise Saint-Martin, ©Pastourisme71