After visiting our cellar we invite you to acquaint yourselves with several of the tourist attractions which our region offers.
The D56 which runs through Plottes will bring you to the village of Chardonnay (2 km away) where you can see a relic of prehistoric times, the pierre de Matafin (a listed standing stone) It is of course Chardonnay which gave its narre to the famous white grape.
  From Chardonnay, taking the road to Lugny, you will arrive at Azé and Blanot whose internationally famous prehistoric caves were home to Neanderthal man.
  Still on the D56 but in the opposite direction you will come to Toumus (6 km. from Plottes) a small town with a rich architectural heritage with the Abbey of St. Philibert (a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture dating from the 11th and 12th. centuries) its Hôtel Dieu (almshouse hospital) whose apothecarium dates from 1685. The building also houses the Greuze museum which houses works of the 18th. century artist..
  A few kilometres from Plottes, the D14 ( which leads to Taizé) will also bring you to such historic sites as Brancion and its medieval fortress, Cormatin with its 17th century Renaissance château, Chapaize with its Romanesque church and eventually to Cluny with its Benedictine abbey (10th - 12th. century) and its National Stud.
  Several smaller Romanesque churches are to be found along this route, notably that of Ozenay ( 2km. from Plottes) dating from the 12th. century.
  Plottes itself with its waymarked footpaths (including the Cadoles freestone built shelters erected by winegrowers) is especially well provided with walks, cycle routes or bridle ways from which to explore this typically charming Burgundian village. By way of accommodation Plottes boasts a gîte for 4 people and a 3 star hotel (Hotel de Trémont).