This circuit crosses of Vaux-sous-Aubigny, Aubigny-sur-Badin and Chatoillenot. Your route will take place in the midst of nature and the Montsaugeonnais vines
The Saint-Symphorien church: gothic in style, the Saint-Symphorien church is characterised by a Cistercian austerity and a very noticeable Bourgogne influence.
In former times, this building was where the former lords of Montsaugeon were buried.
Today, at the foot of the church, the Muid Montsaugeonnais vines cover the south border of the Langres plateau.
The Muid Montsaugeonnais: in 1998, after a dead stop of almost a century, the people of Montsaugeon collaborated to replant ten hectares of vines. 60% of this young vineyard was planted with white grapes (Chardonnay and Auxerrois), and 40% with red (Pinot noir). The production is of good quality, but this is even higher with the wines matured in oak barrels (Distinction of Guide Hachette des Vins 99).
The Saint-Eloi fountain: the fountain stands proudly at the entrance to a fresh, verdant valley, which echoed with the banging noise of the water on the wheels of the mills in times gone by. Today, there is just the murmur of the water in the fountain and the source of the Sauveur returning to the flow of the Badin, which liven up this haven of peace.
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Altitude minimum : 277 m
Altitude maximum : 417 m
Altitude moyenne : 348 m
Denivelé positif cumulé : 346 m
Denivelé négatif cumulé : 346 m
- For horse - riders
- For mountain - bike riders
- For walkers