History of the town of Agey in Burgundy
The common Agey is located in the Côte d’Or and the Burgundy region. The name comes from the patois Agey AG bourguignon meaning hedge and EY meaning place. But according Courtépée the name come from Agey "or Agia Ageya." The final name was adopted since the year 1574. The village is located next Agey two lanes Gallo-Roman. The year 1924 was the discovery of "come Vitrix" or by M.Dufour victorious. Following this discovery, research has been undertaken in order to find Mont Rond remains of a Gallo-Roman villa and a temple. 1930, traces of a Roman road was discovered by Abbe Chaume. This route extended north from the north-eastern part of the mountain to Veluze Pralon then Malain. Near where the Venus Vitrix found the trace of another Roman road was discovered. The second way to bound the Chateauneuf Malain.
Tourism and activities in Agey
Agey has the prestige of a typical village of the Upper Valley Ouche. It has many remarkable sights. In the sixteenth and seventeenth century, the castle was built Agey. This castle is located at the end of the village. Apart from the chapel is also included.
To facilitate your movement during a site visit in the village of Agey, our entity transfer service provider offers its offerings to choose from. We have three kinds of cars that you can choose. Thus, you will have the chance to decide to make the trip aboard a private car, a luxury car or a VIP shuttle collective.
Shuttle from Agey to transfer to Paris airports
Agey is located 22 km south-west of Dijon and 252 km from Paris. It is located 284 km from Orly airport, 314 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 380 km from Paris Beauvais airport.