From central Chalon, reach the old canal, which starts in the St-Gobain quarter, by taking the Paris road (the N 6, provided with marked-out cycle lanes). Then enjoy unbroken greenways to St-Léger-sur-Dheune. Note that the cycling stages that follow as far as Paray-le-Monial have not been laid out as yet. You can take a train from Chagny on.
Railway stations - SNCF
TER (local services) Dijon > Beaune > Chalon > Macon
TER (local services) Chalon > Montchanin > Nevers
TGV ( high Speed Train) Paris > Chalon with spaces for bikes
TER (local services) Dijon > Beaune > Chagny > Chalon > Macon
TER (local services) Dijon > Chagny > Montchanin > Paray-le-Monial > Digoin > Moulin-sur-Allier
No station in St-Léger-sur-Dheune
Chalon-sur-Saône: beautiful old buildings along the Saône quays; the quarter around St Vincent Cathedral; Ile St-Laurent (an island); several museums, including that on phTourist Information Centresography (invented here!).
Fragnes: with port, shops and services
Chagny: a pleasant small historic town with an active port.
Santenay and Rully: renowned wine village
Chalon-sur-Saône : Friday et Sunday morning
Chagny : Sunday morning
St-Léger-sur-Dheune : Tuesday morning
Tourist Information Centres
Chalon : +33 (0)3 85 48 37 97
Chagny : +33 (0)3 85 87 25 95