History of town of Arleuf in Burgundy
Is a French commune, located in the Arleuf Nièvre department and in the Burgundy region. Over time, Arleuf took several names including Arido Loco in 1317 Aleuz in 1447 Arleuf in 1793 Arleux in 1801 and then again Arleuf. In the twentieth century, the town was Arleuf served by lines of the jalopy Morvan, the railway Autun in Château-Chinon. Originally, the line was opened in August 1900 and it was extended to Château-Chinon in August 1904. Subsequently, several stops Arleuf stopped at two stops located in the forest of Fragny and station in the town of the municipality as well as optional stop at the hamlet Blandins. Traffic was stopped and replaced by a bus service in 1931.
Tourism and visits to Arleuf
The small village of Arleuf has several monuments namely the Gallo-Roman theater dating from the Bardiaux II and III century historical monument and the Romanesque church of Saint-Pierre. This building was destroyed in the sixteenth century and was rebuilt in 1891. In front of this church is a rectory founded between the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Tourists can find in this little village the castle of La Tournelle XVIIIth century. Two monumental crosses inventoried as cultural heritage are also found in the beautiful village of Arleuf. One of these crosses is located on the village square and the date of the second half of the nineteenth century and the other dated the 1st quarter of the same century.
Our brand offers a transport service during your visit to Arleuf. Thus, you can choose between three categories of vehicle including private car, luxury car and VIP shuttle collective.
Arleuf to transfer from Paris airports
Arleuf is located 23 km from Autun and 239 km from Paris. It is located 306 km from Orly airport, 339 km to the airport of Charles de Gaulle Airport and 405 km from the airport of Beauvais.