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Le Sabotier

The huisjeLe Sabotier is a quiet old clog. A great place for a romantic couple or a small family space and privacy that appreciates. The house has many original features such as a bread oven, exposed beams and french red tiled floor. Behind the house happens: A spacious garden with views over the Morvan and the Chateau de Chastellux. The garden has many fruit trees, hazelnut, grapes, plums, pears, apples etc. There is also a vegetable garden with lettuce, beans, tomatoes, herbs etc.The house is also situated in a small hamlet with 4 houses. The traffic is limited to 2 times a day a tractor and the postman. In the house you will find a cozy living room with sitting area, fireplace, color TV with video and dining area. Half open fully equipped kitchen with ceramic hob, fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, Senseo and ordinary coffee maker etc. On the first floor is a bedroom of 6x4 meters with a romantic 2-double bed and a sofa bed. On request, a cot scaling an existing. Bathroom and toilet are on the ground floor.

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Serge Mulders
Serge Mulders

Micazu member since February 2005

Netherlands
English, Dutch

One summer day in 2000. We got lost on a country road in the Morvan. Woman and children sleep well and there hung a small sign A Vendre. 1 day later we signed the contract and La Diligence was ours. 14 years vacancy had left his mark all but original details were still there. Now ten years later we have 4 abandoned houses in the village saved. We are still working in the Netherlands, but all holidays in france. Many families have enjoyed one of our homes

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22-04-2017 - 08-07-2017 € 299.00 - - € 43.00 - 7 nights
08-07-2017 - 26-08-2017 € 499.00 - - € 71.00 - 7 nights
26-08-2017 - 28-10-2017 € 299.00 - - € 43.00 - 7 nights

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Le Sabotier is a quiet old clog. A great place for a romantic couple or a small family space and privacy that appreciates. The house has many original features such as a bread oven, exposed beams and french red tiled floor. Behind the house happens: A spacious garden with views over the Morvan and the Chateau de Chastellux. The garden has many fruit trees, hazelnut, grapes, plums, pears, apples etc. There is also a vegetable garden with lettuce, beans, tomatoes, herbs etc.The house is also situated in a small hamlet with 4 houses. The traffic is limited to 2 times a day a tractor and the postman. In the house you will find a cozy living room with sitting area, fireplace, color TV with video and dining area. Half open fully equipped kitchen with ceramic hob, fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, Senseo and ordinary coffee maker etc. On the first floor is a bedroom of 6x4 meters with a romantic 2-double bed and a sofa bed. On request, a cot scaling an existing. Bathroom and toilet are on the ground floor.
The cottage
Who are we wijIn May 2000, for a short break in the Morvan. We (Paola, Serge 39 and 39) had no concrete plans for a house to buy in the Morvan. In fact, we knew the whole area and not france goers were not real. I also have a "normal" job in health care and work my wife Paola "normal" in education. A second home in France was not natural for us weggelegd.Op a delicious morning we were on our way of Lormes to Avallon, to just a bit to explore the region, when we passed a large dilapidated house reason (La Diligence). On the fence a cardboard sign with the text "a vendre". Now my French is not so good, but I did understand that dilapidated house so that was for sale. As Paola and our two children and Jelle Yke were sleeping, I stopped to try to peep through the broken shutters. What sketched my surprise, the void it looked on the outside, everything inside was nicely decorated with beautiful antiques. Only at the cobwebs you could see that it had long been empty staan.Toen the neighbor offered to call the owner and simple "oui" was easy to explain that a second home for us not to play because I was a "normal" job etc. it was really bad had happened. The next afternoon we had an appointment with mme Collete Joublin. A 50-year-old Frenchwoman from Chablis. The daughter of the deceased owner in 1984. After 20 years have been empty, the family was finally convinced that it was better the old station of the Diligence to verkopen.Paola and I fell in love. Although there is no toilet and shower in the house were present and the blackberries from the backyard now stood in the kitchen, we knew almost immediately. This house is for us. That same afternoon we walked into the Credit Agricole and told our "conseiller" mme Jacomis us that a mortgage would be no problem. She wanted to receive a paycheck and it would go all the arrangements with the notary. Evening we mme Joublin called back and told that we like the house wanted to buy all the stuff on the condition that they would leave. On the question of what we do with those "junk" wanted, I told her that we love the house in its original state wanted to refurbish. The furniture, some of which there were a hundred years were joined to the house and were not replaced by copies of the Ikea or flea market. They liked it so much that our (much lower) bid was equal geaccepteerd.Op Saturday we at the kitchen table a handwritten statement signed which we promised the house would buy. Paola has this whole ritual on the video. Mme Joublin promised us everything will be controlled with the notary and yes. A few weeks later we received a letter from the solicitor that we on 13 July (8 weeks later so) at 8 am were expected to sign the deed. He also said a moment that he had contacted Mrs. Jacomis of the bank and that he would arrange everything else with her. On 13 July 2000, so we now own our dream home. Luckily we did not know that that was only the beginning of a great adventure in the French Morvan.De first summer has been dominated by cleaning and junk removal. But also of great evenings with family and friends who came to help and of wonder about the many beautiful antique treasures we have in the various barns are encountered. Everything is now in the house and is cleaned and / or repaired (often by Paola). Soon we were a landmark in the village. In a few months, La Diligence transformed from a derelict farm to the beautiful Maison de Maitre of old. I can still remember that I lunchtime on a ladder to paint the shutters blue was Paola and handed me a sandwich, when the neighbors just started their sumptuous meal. They looked surprised how in one hand holding a brush and the other hand used to hold the ladder and gently occasionally took a bite of the sandwich. Later I learned that this story through the whole village was gone. That crazy Dutchman eats his "dejeuner" on a ladder! Le SabotierAnderhalf years later I was invited to a Soiree choucroute. In the middle of winter on the Marie were the villagers treated to an extensive sauerkraut. That evening I was also vice president of the "comitee the fete" elected. Something I found out only a few months later. Anyway, that night I sat next to Thiery Seuvre. A charming farmer from "les quatre vents". One of the 14 hamlets of the municipality Chastellux. He told me that our house was so beautiful, then subtly telling him that besides such lapse farm whose owner was wanted on it. I promised him the next day to come and watch. My brothers had already en indicated also in for a French avontuur.Zo we arrived at our second project. Le Sabotier was bought by my brother Ralph and myself. Ralph did not want to be bound and found it pleasant burdens and the joys to share. La Diligence began in order to get nice and we had some meaning again in a new avontuur.La SourceBij our village did have more empty houses, however, one of which made us very curious. Right next to the source where we always get our own spring water, stood a house, at least, we saw the point of a roof and below had to so a house. Because it was located somewhat lower, were the blackberries with their thick branches up in the gutter had grown and formed a bridge for all other weeds. Every time I get to the source of my water bottles stood, I thought, soon I'm going to ask the mayor whose house is. One day I saw even a car and there was a corridor gekap to the front door. Inside I found an old lady (from Paris, so I saw the license plate) that glass in old newspapers to packaging was. After a few polite questions on my part, she said: You definitely want to buy the house. She had apparently no sense in a polite conversation and knew exactly what I came for. When I replied in the affirmative, she told me a few weeks ago that her husband was deceased and she finally was able to sell the house. He had 15 years in a nursing home located but refused to put his signature under a verkoopcontract.Ze were called by someone from the village who are interested. That same evening I called my oldest brother didier him and explained the situation. I also told him that he could so he just needed a little clean up the garden and what to do. Without having seen, he said yes and that same evening was the sale with mme Le Bell closed. Three months later my brother to sign the contract in Paris then to drive to the Morvan to see what he actually bought. At first he could not find the house, but after 3 rounds he slowly began to suspect that this mountain Bram Bushes were his. Later I learned that we obviously had very different ideas about "so there can be". There was a toilet, kitchen and shower so you could be so. He came from a suburb and obviously had very different ideas about "so there can." After three years of blood, sweat and tears is a lovely holiday geworden.La La Source La Source Forge Opposite lives Denise Millot. With its 68 years one of the youngest in the village. A typical Frenchwoman of the country. The whole year is dedicated to making jam, canning vegetables and mushrooms dry. She is known for its delicious "jam the Coing" (kweeperenjam) and pâté Coing (small sweets kweeperendrap). During several occasions she had once said that there was a small house next to her, which has been vacant since 1984. The owners had spent a summer, but it was still difficult to reconcile with the animals crowd that summer they had left behind. In the beginning we still got to keep, but how beautiful La Source was, the more Denise began to insist. She had now finally have a nice house before him and wanted also happy with her. In the end, but they themselves took the initiative and the owners called. Probably she has a good word for us (or a threat uttered), but she told us proudly that the owners wanted to sell it for what amount they had paid in 1984. If right-minded Dutch course we could not pass up our noses and we have the family Vilardie called. A week later the sale was closed and we had another piece of land of 1700 m2 in, showing a house with a lot of work and happy again veeeeeery veeeel bramen.Op May 1, 2005 we bought La Forge. Fortunately, the May holiday two weeks and had many friends like to let you know to come and help. Meanwhile we had some experience and we are not too careful to get started. We gutted the whole house, including some walls, floors, entire bathroom and kitchen stoves and the entire porch. This lasted 1 day and so we had another 13 days to 10 men with the whole house to renovate. What I had not told Paola namely, that on 14 May the first guests were coming. You do remember the "normal" job and there was also money to be made to the bank again to solve. In the house is actually everything went well. In the garden was a somewhat different story. At first the driveway had to be excavated and leveled. We had agreed in different teams to excavate sand and junk and a big mountain to collapse. It had namely the terrace. After several hours we had only a very small piece and that was not gone unnoticed, because that was our neighbor Le Sabotier hit with a big tractor and shovel. He'd see us muddling along and go get his tractor. Anyway, 50 minutes later the whole driveway was excavated and a new terrace at the side of La Forge. It took us a bottle of whiskey. We came to the conclusion that we were already quite integrated. Now we still remained the problem of burrs. 20 years, these usurers La Forge had the opportunity to take possession. It was a pack of 40 cm of dry, dead blackberry branches already a new green generation that grew through it. Again, we were cautious and several teams began chopping, cutting, breaking and pruning. Again the shot is not very much and I searched for a way faster to get rid of this problem. With a bottle of petrol, newspapers and matches I have the problem on the outskirts of a small fire made. But to my horror was within 5 minutes the whole thing on fire and it was absolutely out of control. Even the oak at the edge of the garden began to crackle. Fortunately burned the blanket of dry blackberry branches so rapid that a few minutes later the whole area was clean and we only had to rake. On 14 May were our first guests and Mieke Henny enjoy the beautiful view from the porch. Since then, La Forge is very popular with our guests and is from April to October, almost permanently occupied. Our neighbor Denise is totally delighted. She now has no more shacks beside him and there is a little life in the dorp.Les Quatre Vent Every summer we hire himself a house of the Dutch in another part of France. In this way we save two birds with one stone, we learn also agree to another part of france and know we can do a week's break, which is very difficult yet very healthy for ons.Daarnaast every summer we stay in each cottage . There is always something to jobs so we can also find out what can be improved in the cottage. In the summer of 2005 we stayed the last week in Le Sabotier. Opposite le Sabotier was a beautiful farm which according to our friend Thierry has been vacant since 1974. The owner was a "difficult" woman from Avallon which the possession of her father had sold several times, but so many times had to reverse the sale. Also we had experienced in the summer of 2004 already allowed to experience. We had called her and had ended up in a negotiation. When I phoned her to finalize the sale (we were together, to be close, but I will say) she began a terrible curse. The only thing I understood is that the sale fell through and that I could call her again. Later I heard from Thiery that she had heard that we made money in the hashish trade and that they obviously wanted nothing to do with it. The story of our "normal" job was with her not to. In the spring of 2005 we understood that the house of Thierry including surrounding fields was sold to a horse trader. The bargain was even passed by the notary. Thiery was quite angry, because he had since 1974 a little care for the house and he was 30 years tenant of the fields. He was "n'est pas content" that horses in the pasture next to his cows would come. Horses and cows do not seem good combination. With the success he has for sale at the notary to dissolve. In France there is a law which provides that the lessee has the right of first sale. Mme Blanc had failed him to the ground to offer. Thus, the land so owned by Thiery and sat mme Blanc with a farm with "only" 2000 m2 garden. In the said last week of the summer 2005 so we were having breakfast at 9.30 am when a small gray car drove up the mountain tje. Sure enough, she stopped for the particular farm and we came to the conclusion that this so mme Blanc in the flesh should be. I immediately go outside a little rumble in the hope that I could establish a chat with her. Soon her two (hash) dogs on me last, which I quite spontaneously quoted. The conversation was established through the dogs and when I said that our children love dogs and I were like her a cup of coffee would offer she could not actually no more zeggen.Alles succeeded: the dogs jumped right in the lap of Paola and began to lick her face, the kids gifts, very French, and a hand net and I kiss my wife reported that tribe for the class and I was a very "normal" job in health care had. She looked surprised, but happy she took it for granted and it was hash story to the land of fables. After 5 minutes of polite chatter she said promptly: you would definitely buy the house, but I'm not a penny of the purchase price accounting. When she named a price for 1 year ago 40,000 euros higher had lain, I stuck out my hand and said "auction" (sold). She turned white and realized that they had sold the house to a foreigner. The next morning we called as the notary for a preliminary purchase agreement. Since he bought the horse trader had lying around was that same afternoon the provisional deed signed and we were able again to Mme Jacomis of the Credit Agricole for our 4th mortgage. Somewhat relieved we were when Mme Jacomis have told us that the credit limit was reached and now a 5th mortgage is no longer possible was.26 december (2nd Day does not know the French) we have the keys of the notary received our fourth house.
How it all started
Southeast of Paris, the Burgundy region. A region that is characterized by good, good life: fine wines balanced, sophisticated yet traditional regional cuisine and a rich historical heritage. The French themselves call this region of the country 'l'Art et le Plaisir de Vivre ", or the country where art and culture samengaan.Op the border of the departments of the Yonne and Cher is the hamlet of Rue de la Croix. The ideal springboard to the nature of the Morvan to discover. Here you will find dense forests, numerous lakes such as Lac de Cressent (2 km) and fast-flowing rivers such as the Cure and Chalaux, very suitable for fishing or for rafting and kayaking (rentals to Saint-Père-sous-Vezelay and Avallon, both 17 km). little further (20 km) lies the picturesque Vezelay. Once a Celtic castle in the Middle Ages one of the four starting points for pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela and today still the old streets and a beautiful Romanesque basilica. The area around produces the Vézelay, one of the best wines of Burgundy. Back drive through the lovely winding roads along the castles of Chastellux and Bazoches, the last of Marshal Vauban, famous for his 17 century military architecture and siege strategies.
The Region
MORVAN, granite heart of Burgundy. The Morvan is a mountainous landscape to 902 m high. The Yonne and smaller rivers originate there. From the viewpoint "Panorama du Calvaire, at Chateau Chinon you from an altitude of 600 meters a beautiful view of this natuurgebied.Parc Naturel Regional du Morvan. Water is the life blood of it. Water for trout fishing or to whitewater canoeing, water for the dams or water used to transport logs. An excellent holiday area for active campers. Location: The Parc Naturel Regional du Morvan is 200 km below Paris. It has the formal status of a regional nature reserve since 1970. The area is 173,000 hectares, divided into 64 municipalities in four different departments. The Morvan itself has a length of 70 km, NZ and a width of 55 km 0 W. At the top is closed by Avallon, known location along the Autoroute du Soleil, on the south by Autun. On the north side, the Bas-Morvan said. It is not higher than 600 meters and the whole produces an undulating landscape with many forests, hills, belts, bags and water. It is a somewhat strange landscape, some Irish, as it were. The south side, called Haut-Morvan, gives a totally different landscape. Peaks of 800 to 1000 meters of rough granite, vast forests, raging rivers, lakes and fantastic wildlife. The Morvan is called the granite heart of Burgundy called. The combination of both 'Morvan's provides an excellent holiday area.
The Morvan
Avallon Avallon is set in the Yonne department. The old town is picturesquely situated above the valley of the Cousin. In the Middle Ages the city was heavy fortifications provided: ramparts, towers and bastions reminder of that period. Tour de l'Horloge of the 15th-eeuw.Saint LazareApsis and absidiolen of this church date from the 11th century, under the choir is a crypt from early Christian times, remains of a church from the 4th century. The two portals in the facade - a third was lost in the 17th century when the bell omstortte - are fine examples of Romanesque sculpture in Burgundy. They are, however, during the religious strife, 16th century, and during the Revolution heavy beschadigd.Musee de l'AvallonaisHet small museum houses a diverse collection of: geology, prehistory, Greek and Roman sculptures, coins and paintings, including Toulouse-Lautrec and Rouault . VEZELAY Vezelay Situated in the Yonne region of Burgundy, on a 300 m high hill above the Cure, a tributary of the Yonne. In the streets you see bookstores, antique shops and art galleries. Basilique Sainte-MadeleineVezelay is especially famous for its abbey church. This is a highlight in the French Romanesque architecture. Stands on a rock in a deep valley. To get there you can best reach the steep main street. Girard RousillonStichtte around the middle of the 9th century, a convent that is directly under the protection of the Holy See was placed. When the Normans invaded, remained meanwhile taken over by monks monastery, however, not spared destruction. The monks fled to a nearby hill that bore the name of Vezelay. They founded a new abbey there. Because in the 11th century the relics of Saint Mary Magdalene at Vézelay were brought, made the monastery a period of great prosperity and became one of the most important intermediate stations on the pilgrimage route to Santiago. The rich gifts soon made it possible to relics in the basilica to be erected appropriate, its completion took place in the 12th century. Disaster in 1120 In July 1120 the new building went up in flames and were more than a thousand pilgrims are burning rubble buried. In 1140 the ship was rebuilt and in 1215 was now in a Gothic style chancel dedicated. The cathedral of Vézelay had in the following centuries of religious wars and the French Revolution had to suffer and undergo destruction and looting. That, however once one of the greatest works of art in the Romanesque style must have been sacred, can be even now in the nave determined. AfmetingenHet colossal interior with its height of 18 meters and its length of 62 meters a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture. The barrel vault, with its enormous width and height that flow something unique. Because they had to fear that the walls would deviate outwards over time, were in the early 13th century buttresses to the exterior that the enormous pressure of the vaults had to handle. Viollet-le-DucDe basilica is the mid-19th century by Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc restored. The carved capitals in the nave with its Romanesque arches and checkered belt ridge vaults are of great significance. The tympanum above the central portal is the most beautiful productions of Romanesque sculpture. The façade of today dates from the 19th century. Under the choir is originally a Carolingian crypt where the relics of Mary Magdalene are kept. Adjacent to the church there is a chapter house and part of the cloister. Saint-Père-sous-fiber Ayaan the foot of the hill of Vezelay is the village of Saint-Père-sous-Vezelay, with the beautiful Gothic church of Notre-Dame from the 13th-15th century. There is a regional museum with archaeological finds from the nearby called Fontaines-Salees, remains of Gallo-Roman thermal baths around a shrine.
Avallon and Vezelay
Well worth a look (beautiful routes through the Bourgogne) Burgundy still speaks strongly to the imagination of many Belgians and Dutch, who annually go on vacation or the area during the summer crossing. In Burgundy we have a common part of our history and from that bygone period we kept mostly good memories. Indeed, we still can not say that we often live "like a Burgundy"? It reminds us of the pleasures of a beautifully set table and a glass of delicious sparkling wine. What then wait? Burgundy beckons, even for a short break or holiday! And to you at all easy to make, we present five tips for a trip!, A one of France's most glamorous "regions". Trips that you both one day (if you really are in a hurry) or during a longer stay and where you can create your own freedom in all stops and visits states. We only want to give guidance. And of course you also the possibility tours can be combined. Question just to get acquainted with the exquisite art of living of the Burgundians. Have a nice trip! Along Route 1 Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals of Auxerre to Macon. Auxerre, our departure, situated about halfway between Paris and the capital of Burgundy, Dijon. The town sits above the River Yonne and definitely deserves a closer acquaintance. You can wander through the medieval-looking cozy streets where you will undoubtedly enjoy the beautiful half-timbered houses. The clock tower is a nice landmark in the center, like the proud Gothic St. Etienne Cathedral. Please do not forget to visit the Germanusabdij, Abbaye Saint-Germain, with its unique murals and crypt. From Auxerre take the n6, a beautiful, undulating road to over 50 km away Vezelay, for countless pilgrims since the Middle Ages a final destination or a stopping place on their way to Santiago de Compostela. Vezelay has a unique location with its Romanesque basilica St. Madeleine as a crown on a hill, which offers stunning views of the surrounding vineyards. Vezelay, you must undergo. It is an absolute must for those who want to save spiritual oxygen. Barely a 20 - km further beckons many ancient Clamecy. The city underwent in recent years a remarkable restoration and renovation work is not all there ended. Winding streets with magnificent mansions, reflecting a bygone prosperity, refer it to the rich past of the town that a Nobel laureate for literature brought forth, Romain Rolland, in whose traces you can still occur. But Clamecy gained fame primarily through the wood floats? Here the wood, which scattered in the Morvan was collected and then further bound together in rafts on the water transported to Paris. About Varzy, with its attractive Gothic St. Pierre Church, goes to La Charité-sur-Loire, after a trip of about 50 km. The Notre-Dame church is here as one of the jewels of the Romanesque art in Burgundy. Moreover beckons here a wonderful walk along the ramparts, with stunning views of the Loire. Good 20 km away lands you in Nevers, the city boasts a ducal palace (and a magnificently renovated museum) and also the site where Bernadette Soubirous, the saint of Lourdes, her final resting place in the monastery of St. Gildard, yet still attracts many pilgrims. Visit and also the remarkable St. Cyrkathedraal, with its two opposing apses, a Romanesque and Gothic. We follow now becoming the Loire, for seventy miles, about Imphy to Decize, located at a junction of roads, continue towards Bourbon-Lancy, a town that looks like a postcard. In the medieval center of this town, you should definitely stop by in the small but charming museum dedicated to military uniforms walk. We look back on the Loire and follow this to Digoin, where on their way to Paray-le-Montal, the Canal du Centre is our companion. Paray enjoy several centuries as a place of pilgrimage dedicated to the Holy Hart was widely known. The Basilica of the Sacred Hart serves as a faithful, but smaller copy of the legendary Abbey Church of Cluny. About Charolles, known as the white cows that produce delicious steaks, the endpoint along Berzé to Macon, that after a trip of about 320 km away. In Macon, the poet Alphonse de Lamartine was born. A museum is dedicated to him and particularly interesting is the Ursuline Museum. Do you really want to fully enjoy the sights along this 320 km long route, you must obtain still four days off. Route 2 along the magnificent scenery of the Morvan from Chalon-sur-Saône to Auxerre. Departure point of this route is Chalon sur Saone. Because of the vast forest of Givry is about direction Le Creusot Montchanin, km 45. The town is considered one of the largest steel centers in Europe and here stood the empire of the Schneider family. Reminders of this rich industrial past, you will discover when visiting the castle and the local La Verrerie Ecomusée. About Marmagne then goes towards Autun, km 75. This former Roman fortress "Augustodonum" boasts many treasures from the past. The Romanesque cathedral is a gem from the church tower and enjoy a magnificent panorama of the green Morvan. Rolin Museum houses priceless treasures. It goes right through the Regional Natural Park of the Morvan to the Mont Beuvray, the archaeological site Bibracte, and Château-Chinon, 112 km. Interestingly, here the "Musée du Septennat" that the gifts that President Mitterrand during his reign of foreign heads of state and guests received exhibits. Along the D944 is about Chassy, ??notice there is the magnificent castle, Lormes direction. From here onwards to Bazoches, where you will find the castle of Marshal Vauhan. Here he drew many plans for strengthening of many French cities. His mind wast still around in this beautiful castle surrounded by equally beautiful gardens. About Pierre-Perthuis reached then Vezelay, the famous place of pilgrimage, where the journey continues to put Auxerre terminus, as mentioned in Route 1. Route 3 through unusual routes to the south of Dijon Dijon to Mâcon, the charming capital of Burgundy, is the starting point for this journey that we often along unusual paths to the south of Burgundy carries. Visit Dijon course the Museum of Fine Arts, the well of Moses's masterpiece veil and a stroll through the most intact medieval city center. We leave the city along the west and follow an unusual path, because we have the famous wine route (which in our fourth trip addressed) left. We choose a route along the picturesque valley of the Ouche. Along quaint, almost forgotten villages as Velars-sur-Ouche and Fleuroy-sur-Ouche we arrive in Pont-de-Pany. Just before this village on the banks of the Canal de Bourgogne, turned the renowned filmmaker Bertrand Blier in 1973 the famous scene from his film "Les Uses False", featuring Gerard Depardieu. The tour continues along the valley of the Ouche, which meanders between the lovely Hautes-Cotes and the slopes of the Auxois region. About Gissey-sur-Ouche and Barbirey-sur-Ouche, it will pass the ruins of the castle of La Busslère to Marigny-sur-Ouche, where there was once a great Cistercian abbey, which after 661 years in 1791 finally closed the door. Just before Veuvey-sur-Ouche, we follow the direction Antheuil (with near easily accessible caves) and further Bouilland, with its ruins of the abbey of Sainte-Marguerite. A dozen kilometers further we reach Savigny-lès-Beaune, an offshoot of the Hautes Côtes and already a town of Beaune. Notice in Savigny a remarkable motor museum, with two-wheelers from the period 1903-1960. Just push on the accelerator and we reach the capital of Burgundy, Beaune. Known of course to the Hospices and their original wine sales (third Sunday of November) the legendary Hôtel-Dieu with the masterpiece of Rogier van der Weyden, the polyptych "The Last Judgment," the church with its beautiful tapestry, the kilometer-long cellar which is under extend the old city. It then southwards to the second largest city of Burgundy, Chalon-sur-Saône. Visit here the museum of photography, a tribute to its inventor from the city came, Nicephore Niepce, admire there the island of Saint Vincent with the old hospital, Hôtel-Dieu and stroll through the beautiful rose garden; We descend further down on Sennecey-1st-Grand to the town of Tournus. The abbey church of Saint-Philibert dominates the view in this picturesque town. From the Sâonebrug you have an idyllic view of the old town with its pastel-colored fishermen's houses among others. Another half hour drive and you arrive in Macon, the end of this exploration. Do you really want to enjoy nature and the many attractions in the cities along this route, you can count at least two, preferably three days. Route 4 along the wine route from Macon to Dijon There are of course various ways of Dijon to Mâcon or reverse drive. This route takes us along the most famous buildings and remarkable vineyards in France. Departure from Macon is about Berze-la-Ville and Berze-le-Chatel to Cluny, the center of the monastic world of the Middle Ages. From the Benedictine monastery that had no equal and that once two thousand monasteries under his command had only remnants ruins and a museum. At the Musee dart et d'Archaeology impressive video you can see that the great past of Cluny on very vividly represents. Then go towards Taizé, a concept with many young people who once came to his cost ecumenism tests. It is through the green valley of the Grosne just a few kilometers further Cormatin, best known for its castle (visit highly recommended). Through small villages such as St Boil Sercy and then beckons soon Buxy, km 64, a picturesque wine village on the Côte Chalonnaise. About Rully and Givry ("Route touristique des grands vins") goes to Chagny. Along the N 74 is the direction of Beaune. Those who take the time to have beer or make a detour to La Rochepot where Xlllde-century castle, guided tours, at the hands of the son of former French President Carnot was completely restored. Our journey goes along now famous wine villages like Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault to Beaune. After a visit to the wine center of Burgundy, it continues along N 74, where you ample opportunity has stops in welding for many a wine tasting in the villages in our region mainly because of the wine labels are known as Aloxe-Corton, Nuits-Saint -Georges, and the very famous Clos de Vougeot. The renowned castle in the heart of the vineyard, where once the monks of Citeaux wine propagated, is now owned by a society that closely monitors the quality of Burgundy, the "Brotherhood des Chevaliers du Tastevin Handlers". One follows the "Route des Grands Crus' through the vineyards around. About Gevrey-Chambertin we reach our destination, Dijon.Route 5 The cities of northern Burgundy. From Sens back to Auxerre Auxerre on the north of Burgundy also offers many beautiful cities splendor. Auxerre no longer be proposed (see Route l). From there the tour, which will bring us back to Auxerre, south to the town of Avallon, km 55, a former medieval town that her view was able to keep. It is a wonderful walk along the ancient ramparts and the Church of St. Lazare also deserves a visit. It goes on to Tonnerre Nitry a small historic town on the Armonçon, including the "Fosse Dionne," a large round pond under a wooden roof, which is fed by a source. And of course you should not leave without the Hôtel-Dieu has been seen with more than 100 meters long, large ward. We drive along the banks of the Armançon to Saint-Florentin, where the vast forests along often goes to Sens. Sens is also for those who come from Paris, the first great city of Burgundy. The city boasts many treasures, including the splendid Gothic Cathedral of St. Etienne, while many treasures can be admired in the synodal palace. Which houses the town museum and the treasury of the cathedral, one of the largest in France. About Villeneuve-sur-Yonne Joigny is in sight. You will be amazed when you visit this beautiful walled town, though straight from the Middle Ages seems to come with its many beautiful half-timbered houses and two fine churches. Less than 30 km further we reach departure Auxerre. Given the urban splendor a journey that you should also have a couple of days spreidt.De Green Road (Route 6) This 44 km long path winds through the south of Burgundy (between Givry and Cluny) and invites you to a variety of ways using to make. "La Voie Verte" is mainly due, bicycle enthusiasts, but also walkers, riders and scaters and even children with tricycles and wheelchairs, these former railway with the many associated roads in safety use the region to discover. Recently, this road in the north between Chalon-sur-Saone and Santenay with extended 22 km. The area along the Ganal du Centre to the vineyards of the Cote Chalonnaise is wonderful to pull through. The planned road in the south between Cluny to Mâcon , all for 15 km done. This road is an ideal starting point for a ride or stroll through the beautiful Lamartinien valley. You will enjoy a landscape of vineyards, also, you will find sites devoted to the famous poet Lamartine. The Green Way is the starting point of a process of nature paths along the canals and rivers of the region, that in the years built will be. Now we all surprises, ranging from the Bicycle Museum in Cormatin to scatebaan in St-Gengoux -le-National, and the rolling meadows of the forest of Cluny to Givry and the vines of Buxy in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise region.
6 beautiful routes
VINEYARDS AND MAJOR Wine Admiration leader in taste Burgundy's flagship: Chablis, Pouilly-sur-Loire, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, Cote Chalonnaise and Mâconnais wine-growing regions where your senses grip to get after a round dance in waltzes the glass. The palette of scent, color and flavor seems infested nuances.Waarom is still such a famous Burgundy wine region? Burgundy total area of ??25,000 ha vineyards. 99 official Appellations Contrôlees, divided into four categories: Regional or general appellations: wines from all over Burgundy come (Burgundy, Bourgogne Aligote, Bourgogne Pass Tout Grain, Crémant de Bourgogne, etc.) Municipal or village appellations: wines that are produced within the boundaries of the village which they bear the name (Chablis, Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard, Mercurey, etc.) Premier Cru appellations: Most towns have some important wine vineyards, or 'climats "who consistently deliver high quality and typical characteristics . These names are usually connected with that of the village on the label (les Nuits-Saint-Georges Caillerets, Beaune-Bres Andes, Mercurey CIOs-du-Roi, etc.) Grands Crus: these are great wines, rare, only in few Burgundy villages present. The label mentions only the name of the vineyard (Chambertin, Corton, Montrachet, etc.) A good glass of wine The roots of Burgundy's vines attach themselves in an ancient, geological past (60 million year old rock layers). This land is so complex that the first vineyard wine a very different result, then the next. The individual is in Burgundy and highly esteemed as it is the grape drink. A long tradition has shown that every wine grape own needs. Thus the 'chardonnay' grape with his flint to make use of Chablis, a white wine that is warm and relaxed. The higher ranked Chablis Premier and Grands Crus deliver on taste with a pinch of roasted almond hint of honey and the scent of the acacia. Wine is wine, a Dutch-sober observation may be, but in France and certainly in Burgundy wine is more than a filled glass. The tasting glass is made of silver. Like a pearl oyster can accommodate, so the small houses, silver 'handbag vin' occasionally glorious wine. The Burgundian winemaker prefers such a fluted bowl above a glass, because in the dark cellars of silver reflects much better the wine. And so the examiner for the color and the mirror of the wine down. The Tastevin like a scallop shell so that even the most sharp nose can spread the wings close to the wine. For example, no glass edge assessment of the odor in the way. At first glance the Tastevin beautifully decorated, but this is not so much as a decoration or functional: the brightness through the slots can be better determined. A resounding succes.In the 14th and 15th century allowed the dukes of Burgundy wine rules and guarded by the choice of good quality grapes and auditors. At the same time they expanded the duchy with new areas (including Holland, Guelders and Luxembourg) which in turn is the precious wine showed flavors. Only five percent of the total French wine region working in Burgundy wineries 5000 to 99 appellations. Resting under a veil of dust. Although Burgundy is blessed with a natural irrigation system and the weather is sunny enough to spray the vines rich, hold Mother Nature stop at the yeast cockpit. From here, the knowledge of the wine tested. After a first fermentation of six to twelve days the future wine undergoes a second fermentation in 'warm' basements after which the temperature is turned back into areas where the wines are about six to twentyfour months rest. In this process the wine puts things not cocky but deliberately his nose and his senses have been working together to have a wine in bulk to provide the best possible start. A wijncultuurDe wine has its impact on the architecture of Burgundy. Barrel Storage and wine cellars are still important. While enjoying a glass of sweet wine, waiting patiently for the Burgundy wine is mature enough to drink. And therefore there will be also many festivals and events - there is always reason for the corkscrew into the bottle after a short run and plop the bottleneck above that generous a fine glass of Burgundy wine to pour. Wine works verbroederend Who does not know the legendary brotherhood La Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin Irish whose members in traditional costumes at a lavish banquet queuing to enjoy the "crème de la crème" of the Burgundy wine. They descend into the basement of the temple de Vougeot vineyard CIOs and their opinion is highly valued in the international wine world. Many wine lovers has also connected with such societies. Because wine does verbroederend.Het disneeIn land of the annual cycle of wine are the "vendanges' (grape harvest) the pacesetter for the 'Trois Glorieuses', three days of lavish celebrations, tastings, auctions and cheerful service. In Cios de Vougeot, the festivities on the third Saturday of November "uncorked" by the annual 'disnee' of the Irish Chevaliers du Tastevin, a dining and drinking bout of the kind that legends are fermented. Sunday is filled with quality professional tasting, the prices and sales of the annual harvest in the grand hospital of Beaune. Among 15th-century Flemish tapestries, the barrels traded. And on Monday in Meursault "La Paulee celebrated. Again a rich banquet and carefully composed. The delicious dishes are accompanied by quality wines, because each winery's best bottle attachment to colleagues to outdo. Hundreds of bottles of Meursault go to the author as a literary prize that year on the best Burgundy has written. Thus, the inspirations for your next book already included in the price! The list can indefinitely continue, much wine markets (Macon), wine festivals (Chablis Joigny and Champvallon) and other wine events (auction in Nuits-Saint-Georges) are in Burgundy to experience. In each year, mostly wine village gets St. Vincent as patron saint of winegrowers ample attention during a lively procession, the Saint Vincent Tour Ante, for good Burgundian tradition followed by two days of partying and drinking! From vineyard to cellar while on holiday in Burgundy obviously goes together with visit to a wine cellar. But how do you get a good address? The information leaflet "The Vignes and Caves" (in French, English and German) contains the addresses of 720 winemakers, merchants and cooperative cellars, where the best conditions you can taste and buy wine. They are members of the quality chain "De Vignes and Caves" and offer a guarantee that you pleasantly received, being in a relaxed atmosphere can taste and that the sale prices indicated are. (The booklet is available from the Regional Tourist Burgundy and all local tourist kantorenVÉZELAY The famous pilgrimage Vezelay, the gate of the beautiful nature of the Morvan is, is even an old wine district. Formerly all worked the monks of the vineyards on the slopes of the city, which is characterized by the famous Sainte-Madeleine basilica. After its destruction by phylloxera phylloxera were in the second part of the twentieth century, again vines planted, especially the grapes Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but also the ancient Melon de Bourgogne is small-scale return and thus provides Vezelay a unique Burgundy wine. Melon de Bourgogne grape is completely out of his area of ??origin has disappeared and is now praised as the Muscadet grape primarily in the Loire. from the Melon de Bourgogne Vezelay is also the only white wine from this grape, in Burgundy can be found. AuxerreAuxerre was once a famous center of wine production. The property known as "Clos de la Chaînette" and belonging to the 'Psychiatrique Hopital de l'Yonne, the urbanization of Auxerre survived. It consists three acres of vines, on which the grapes Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are grown. The wines of this area have a special quality. Wine connoisseurs judge a wine still regularly with the typing 'Chaînette-achtig'als they tannic wine tasting and smelling .... . In the small village of Vaux's not so long ago, a vineyard of 17 hectares restored. Here deliver the grapes Chardonnay and Pinot Noir excellent local white and red Burgundies. The wines of Auxerre and Vaux bear the appellation 'Bourgogne Cotes d'Auxerre " .
Vineyards and great wines
ROYAL COVERED Table Hats off to the Burgundian cuisine, literally when the 'toque (toque) is taken as a greeting for you, no customers, but guests in the gourmet paradise of kokkerellend France. The Burgundian cook ingredients can choose to coast and preferably within the ancient county boundaries: succulent chicken from Bresse, lean meat of Charolais, nutty cheese, and much more that the good soil of Burgundy is derived. For the best resources to get that special, however, talent is talent vereist.Koken as art in France praised the stars. The famous Michelin star appears in a trio ranges in Joigny, Saint-Père-sous-Vezelay, Saulieu and Chagny. And to one-and two-star restaurants in Burgundy, you do not have to search. Experiment to your heart's content in the creative "cuisine" of Joigny with or admire the taste of rabbit terrine with mint in Chagny. Before dawn approve the cooks were fresh in the markets for their delicate dishes master the same day for you to compose. Your draft is also satisfied in smaller restaurants where local cuisine is also a fascinating to discover. How about a menu of snails in garlic butter and parsley, a boeuf bourguignon (stew) and "Poire belle Dijonnaise '(sweetened pear with black berries) after. You would also be able to swap for a sweet mild cheese Saint-Florentin. After dining, you realize that your love for Burgundy also by the stomach.
The royal dinner table
Opening a bottle of Crémant de Bourgogne There are many opportunities for a bottle of Crémant de Bourgogne to uncork. Especially with New Year's Eve to pop the corks! But where should you look to correct a glass of Crémant de Bourgogne to present. We put it all on a rijtje.Om the Crémant de Bourgogne really good taste to keep it in a temperature of 6 ° to 9 ° degrees Celsius to be served. That is to say the temperature at which the Crémant the Burgundy achieved when the bottle from a cellar having a temperature of 10 ° to 12 ° C and twenty minutes in an ice-cooling and water-filled bucket has been exposed. When the cellar temperature is higher, a longer stay in the cooling bucket required. Chilled glasses 'break' wine. Incidentally glass should never be chilled in advance: the wine 'breaks' result. The glass should be washed or in any case to be washed-with water that is free of detergents. After the glasses are washed, they should be put upright, covered by a napkin to protect against dust. When glasses are put away upside down, they take on the smell of the substrate or the dust. This is then transferred to the wine. The uncorking uncork a bottle of Crémant de Bourgogne do not just happen. There are quite a few 'rules'. Take the bottle out of the filled bucket of cold, dry the bottle quickly with a napkin and show the bottle. Hold the bottle slightly inclined and make the loop of wire free, then turn it loose piece of wire and bend it further open. Remove the metal foil and the wire around the cork. If the cork on the point of "shooting off" state, it is advisable foil, wire and cork in the bottle to take action. When the cork remains: take the bottle in one hand and takes with the other hand the cork down (thumb on the cork and the fingers around the neck of the bottle). Then turn the bottle, the cork from the bottle without noise to come. Letting 'wegknallen' of the cork, the customer can interfere and reduce the level of operation of the establishment. Is there any movement in the cork, use a rod or kurkenwipper. GeurenIs the cork finally out, clean the bottle opening with a clean napkin or with the bottom of the cork. Smell the cork to detect any unpleasant odors. Then the time comes for the Crémant de Bourgogne to taste: pour a bit of Crémant de Bourgogne in the glass of those to whom you pours the wine, so it can assess it to his taste. Fill the glass, upon approval of the wine not more than two-thirds, or more than pay, depending on the shape of the glass and the degree of Crémant de Bourgogne buzzing. Place the bottle back into the koelemmer.VisitekaartjeAls in serving Crémant de Bourgogne a napkin is used, make sure that the label is not the napkin to the eye may shirk. The label is regarded as the showpiece. Keep on serving the bottle at the neck down (do not forget the glass to fill the one who Crémant de Bourgogne has tasted), but hold the thumb in the soul of the bottle and the fingers along the side of the bottle and the bottle is empty turn it never returned to the cooling container with the neck facing downwards. This demonstrates a lack of tact towards the guest and a lack of respect for a famous bottle. Never use 'champagne whisk gently' or 'Swizzle Sticks' because then within thirty seconds, the work of several years destroyed
Uncorking a Cremant de Bourgogne
Rince cochon, or pig swill, is not exactly a name for a drink where the water in the mouth. Yet it is the old farmer name of a delicious aperitif Burgundian, that in no cocktail book in the world is missing: KIR. In the nineteenth century the Burgundians enjoyed a nice cool glass of white wine with a dash of Crème de Cassis. The peasant 'rince cochon "was soon renamed the better sounding" au vin blanc cassis ". Early twentieth century, however, what was the drink into oblivion, but eventually became one of the foremost promoters of the Burgundy region unprecedentedly popular. His name was Felix Kir. This canon lived from 1876 to 1968 and made himself very useful in the Burgundian capital Dijon. Felix Kir began as a priest, performed a key role in the Resistance during World War II and eventually became mayor of Dijon. He left his city include the Lac du Kir and the resurrection of the "au vin blanc cassis" after. If Burgundian at heart he preferred to a delicious glass of "au vin blanc cassis" for dinner. His passion was so familiar that the drink was named after him soon. It is no wonder that the best cassis liqueur still comes from Dijon. The original Kir, who throughout Burgundy as an appetizer on the table appears, composed of a mix of Crème de Cassis de Dijon and a dry white wine, in most cases a Burgundy Aligote. Some cocktail recipes give a ratio of one part Creme de Cassis in five parts wine, but a Kir can taste-are mixed in a rich wine glass. Besides the Kir is also a very popular extra festive version, the Kir Royal. The Aligote is then replaced by a cheerful bubbling Crémant de Bourgogne. Of course, the phenomenon by experimental Kir cocktail makers expanded with different variations. For example, the white wine may be replaced by a red wine. This has been given the name Cardinal. In the Beaujolais region of Burgundy wine cocktail is called popularly 'un Communist. "For a perfect Kir both ingredients should be well chilled. Kir as an aperitif famous for its appetizing and also thirst-quenching effect. Try it yourself with our special Kir package. Cheers!
The Kir
8 Persons Ingredients: 8 dozen snails (live), 500 grams of coarse salt, 50 cl (wine) vinegar, 1 bottle of white Burgundy wine, 1 onion with cloves pierced, 2 carrots, 1 bunch of herbs (thyme, bay leaf, parsley, sprig of parsley, celery stalk), 4 cloves garlic, salt, freshly ground molen.Voor the herb: 750 grams butter, 80 grams parsley, 40 g shallots, garlic 20 grams, 18 grams of salt, pepper 4 ounces, 20 grams breadcrumbs (optional) Let the snails 24 hours fasting. Cover with a rack so they can not escape. Wash them with water and keeps the lid. Cover them with salt and vinegar until they become agitated. Leave them for 10 hours mucus issue. Wash them frequently with water. Put them in a pan with water (so they just covered) and bring the water to a boil. Let cook for 30 min. You can then remove the shell using a small fork. Remove their gut and wash them again. Put them in a large saucepan with 3 times their volume of water. Add the wine, the rain onion with cloves, roots, herbs bush, garlic cloves, salt and pepper. Let everything cook 3 hours. In the meantime, the house was well and boil them carefully. Soften the butter by those outside the refrigerator. Chop the parsley, shallots and garlic. Mix everything with the butter. Season to taste with salt and pepper and add the breadcrumbs. Put a knob of butter per house first, put the snail there without violence and make the cabin fills with a little butter. Preheat the oven to 220 ° C. Place all prepared snails in a dish and place it in the oven on the middle level. The snails are good hot or the butter begins to bubble. Serve with crusty fresh bread.
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  • Based on 44 reviews 8.3
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  • Sabine, single. Gave on an average of 8.1

    Een heerlijk vakantiehuis!

  • Yvonne Houtstra, with partner. Gave on an average of 9.0

    Geweldige tijd in een super mooi Frans huisje met als buren de koeien. Wil je tot rust komen en toch leuke dorpjes in de omgeving is dit een aanrader!

  • Gerrie, with partner. Gave on an average of 8.1

    Wehebben een zeer fijne relaxte vakantie gehad. Lekker uitgerust!