Saint Jean-de-Losne is a small, picturesque
town situated on the meeting point between Burgundy's
canal and the river Saone.
This unique location has made Saint
Jean-de-Losne a leading provider of water sports, fishing and inland boating
trips. If you want to explore the surrounding countryside in more depth, you
can do so from horseback, by visiting the local horse-riding centre a few
Sounds too much like hard work? You can
unwind in one of the excellent cafes and restaurants the town has to offer, or
browse the main shopping streets a few minutes walk from the B&B.
Culture vultures may also be interested in
the "Mariner's house" museum, one of the oldest buildings in the town, dating
back to the 15th century. Inside, you'll find a permanent exhibition revealing
the town's watery heritage.
Saint Jean-de-Losne is also a perfect spot
from which to explore other parts of Burgundy.
It is only a short drive away from Dijon, which
was once home to the powerful dukes of Burgundy,
Beaune, the "wine capital" of the region and the famous Cîteaux Abbey, first of
the Cistercian order, created in 1098.
Once you have made your reservation, Sylvie, local tour guide and interpreter in French, English, and Italian, can help you to get the most out of your stay. You can also see some of the most famous vineyards in the world. Many producers
welcome visitors and allow them to taste and buy wine directly.