Ancy-le-Franc / Montbard Le Tour de Bourgogne by bike
Elevation of the stage
Waytypes of the stage
Surface of the stage
Once you reach Cry-sur-Armançon south of Ancy-le-Franc, the greenway is unbroken up to Montbard.
SNCF train services
Train stations at Nuits and Montbard.
TER regional line Dijon > Nuits > Montbard > Migennes (c. 12 trains per day).
TGV high-speed line Paris > Montbard > Dijon > Chalon, with a limited number of spaces for bikes on board, if booked in advance (room for 6 bikes per train, by reservation only).
Ancy-le-Franc: the Renaissance château with its remarkable paintings, with visits possible April to November, tel: 03 86 75 14 63 – ceramics museum – Chassignelles: church and washhouse - Nuits-sur-Armançon: 16th-century château, with exhibitions, open to visitors April to November - Ravières: the medieval village – the church, Sainte-Anne Chapel and washhouse - Cry-sur-Armançon: a pleasant river port – church with an 11th-century crypt - washhouse – 16th-century bridge – Buffon: La Grande Forge historic industrial sight, tel 03 80 92 10 35 – Montbard: an interesting town, good for a stop-over - Musée de l'Ancienne Orangerie – the Buffon Park – the Fine Arts Museum.
Ancy-le-Franc: Thursday mornings
Montbard: Friday mornings