"Absolutely fantastic – haven’t had such a great holiday and had so much fun in ages – excellent all round". Siobhan, South Africa

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Mâcon itself is a fascinating town at the river's edge. The Pont St. Laurent (below) crosses the Saône to reach the département of the Ain, home of the appellation contrôlée Bresse chicken. There's golf at the celebrated Mâcon La Salle club (the 10th green is shaped like a giant foot, with toes for bunkers), microlighting, hot-air ballooning, fishing...
Southern Burgundy is especially rich in history - from the prehistoric site of the Solutré rock (right) with vineyards carpeting its lower slopes, to the famous Abbey of Cluny and the Château of Pierreclos (far right). The River Saône runs through a landscape which includes the famous vineyards of St. Vérand (home of St. Véran without the 'd'), Pouilly-Fuissé, the southern Mâconnais and the hills of the Beaujolais.

The course includes an all-day visit to the fascinating city of Lyon.
The Rock of Solutré The Château of Pierreclos
The Pont St Laurent, Mâcon