The medieval city of Cluny attracts many visitors. The visit of the Abbey (remains of the great monastic order of the Middle Ages) is an illuminating experience.
A visit to the abbey of Saint-Philibert, with its cloister, chapter house, refectory and cellar is essential.
The beautiful buildings that line the quay are home to many bars and restaurants.
The Church of Saint-Pierre was built in the 1860s opposite the City Hall of Macon.
The two towers and the romanesque narthex are the only remains of the former Saint-Vincent Cathedral in Macon.
The Hotel-Dieu of Tournus is a former hospital, built in the seventeenth century, where you can see one of the oldest apothecary remaining in France.
The church of Saint-Pierre located in Brancion, built in the twelfth century, contains beautiful mural paintings.
The beautiful Church of St. Martin of Chapaize dates from the first romanesque age (eleventh century). Located between the cities of Cluny and Tournus, its visit can be done on a circuit joining the cities of Macon and Tournus via Cluny.