Canals & intimate rivers
17,87 Km
1 h 11 min
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Migennes / St-Florentin
Migennes
St-Florentin
The route is provisional on this stage of the Canal de Bourgogne à Vélo. It starts north of Auxerre at Vieux Migennes, where a church known as ‘the Railwaymen’s Lourdes’ watches over a major rail junction. The port at Migennes, where the Yonne River is joined by the Canal de Bourgogne, is the starting point into the Burgundian hills.

Route details

From the centre of Migennes-town, take a provisional, unofficial stretch along the canal towpath – there are plans to lay it out properly. For now, you need good bicycle tyres and a mountain bike or hybrid bike for this part of the route.

SNCF train services

Train stations at Migennes and Saint-Florentin.
TER regional line Dijon > Saint-Florentin > Migennes (c. 12 trains per day)
TER regional line Paris > Auxerre > Clamecy > Corbigny (c. 5 trains per day).
Using Migennes train station, there are many trains to and from Paris daily.

Don't miss

Migennes: the Gallo-Roman mosaic - Vieux Migennes – Christ-the-King Church, known as ‘The Railwaymen’s Lourdes’ – Brienon-sur-Armançon: the historic fortified town – the collegiate Church of Saint-Loup - Saint-Florentin: the small but lively river port – the large former merchants’ square – the museum on the Florentinois area.

Markets

Migennes: Thursday mornings
Brienon: Friday mornings and the 2nd Sunday morning in each month

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