Located between Lyon and Chalon-sur-Saône, the city of Macon is known for its architectural richness which testifies to its history but also thanks to the imprint left by the famous poet Alphonse de Lamartine.
Named Mastico in ancient times, Macon was the border between the Kingdom of France and the Holy Germanic Empire between 843 and 1600.
The city is full of hidden treasures and will immerse you in the past thanks to its emblematic sites such as: Saint Pierre church, the wooden house, the old Saint Vincent, the Tracé de la Plume, the Saint Laurent bridge, Ursulines museum...
Enjoy real Burgundian moments while tasting the local products for which this city is famous.
Its location on the Mâconnais-Beaujolais wine road as well as its culture and gastronomy make it an interesting destination not to be missed.