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The Burgundy region is easily accessible via the A6, which leads from Paris to Lyon and Marseille. The A31 (better known as “route du soleil”) from Luxembourg, Nancy and Dijon and the A36 from Besançon connect to the A6 to the south. An alternative route through the region from Dijon to Lyon is the A39. Some of France’s most beautiful country roads run through the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region. The TGV connects Dijon and Macon with Paris, Geneva and Marseille (get off at Le Creusot). Dijon is the region’s rail hub. Several airports connect this area (via Lyon) to a large number of destinations within France and Europe.
Above you can see an image of the relevant turn off to your holiday destination (Marcigny bypass).
Arriving via Luxembourg (toll road) Nancy, Dijon or via Marseille, Montpellier, Lyon at Chalon sur Saône take exit 26 to E607 towards Montceau-Les-Mines and Paray-Le-Monial, then D982 towards Roanne, exit “Marcigny”.
Arriving via Paris (toll road) : Take the A6 and A77 towards Nevers and the N7 via Moulins to the D12/ D53 to Chapeau and Saint-Léon, continue on the D168/ D989 via Donjon to Marcigny.
By TGV from Paris to Lyon, station Le Creusot . Transport from station to our location is possible by taxi or bus.
By plane to Lyon-Saint Exupéry.
Transport from airport to our location is possible by taxi or rental car.
General measures Marraycourt
Travel advisories in Europe follow each other in rapid succession and change daily. To provide you with up-to-date information at all times, we refer you to the national government website where you can find the current travel advice for your destination.
We like to enjoy nature and think it is important to do business and live in an environmentally conscious way. For now and for generations to come. We carry this through in our business operations by, among other things, separating waste, optic fiber bedding which allows washing (without fabric softener) at 40C and eliminates the need for a dryer, which saves a lot of energy.
We grow our own vegetables and fruit and we also plant a new tree every year on the day we moved into Marraycourt. Our gardens are designed to be accessible to wildlife at night. Not unimportantly, the village street lights go out at night for the benefit of flora and fauna.