History the town of Charolles in Burgundy
Situated in the department of Saône-et-Loire and Burgundy, is a common Charolles France. The name originates from Celtic Charolles "Kadrigel" which means fortress in the middle of the water. Caught between the two rivers meet, Charolles is covered channels that explain his nickname "Venice of Charolais." In 1301, she was taken under the charter of Robert de Clermont and was labeled in County in 1316. Purchased by Philip II of Burgundy, it was restored capital of a bailiwick. After experiencing difficult stages, the city is seen as a new day of peace in the nineteenth century. In 1896, Charolles associates with the commune of Saint Symphorien-lès-Charolles.
Tourism and activities Charolles in Burgundy
City Charolles overflows interesting tourist sites. During your stay in the city, you can visit the remains of the ancient castle accounts Charolais, the house of the lords of the Magdalene and the former Benedictine priory of La Madeleine. In addition, you also have to explore the sacred heart church neo-Romanesque chapel of Saint-Roch and the Gros Bon Dieu. Is a town in bloom, hiking to discover its green spaces, along the canals and in the forest are suggested. You can do this without any fishing, hunting and horse riding, as part of activities that can be practiced in the city.
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Charolles transfers to Paris airports
Charolles is located 27 km southwest of Montceau-les-Mines and 307 km from Paris. It is located 373 km from Orly airport, A403 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 471 km from Paris Beauvais airport.