In a village in the Lower Bugey region in the French department of Savoy, on the edge of the Lavours Marsh Nature Reserve, close to the banks of the Rhône and the Bourget Lake and its many activities. Approx. 60 minutes from Geneva, 19 miles from Aix-les-Bains and 10 minutes from Belley, an Episcopal and native town of Brillat-Savarin, writer, famous epicure and master of the gastronomic art.
Less than 50 km (32 miles) from Nîmes (TGV train line) and 60 km (38 miles) from Montpellier, near to Anduze and Alès, on the plains, on a small hillock above a stream, facing the limestone hills and their wooded stretches of evergreen oak trees.
The property is situated in a small town in the French department of Gironde in the Canton of Fronsac. Just a few miles from Saint-André-de-Cubzac. 20 minutes from Bordeaux and its airport. On the top of a hill, at an altitude of 55 m (180 ft), the chateau looks out over the nearby Dordogne Valley.
In the heart of the Burgundy vineyards between Côte de Nuits and Côte Chalonnaise. The villages bear witness to a wealth of architectural heritage and are immaculately kept, in keeping with the prestigious brand image of the Burgundy region: vintage wines, gastronomy, art and history.
Beaune and Chalon-sur-Saône are nearby.The A6 motorway and TGV train station (Paris in 75 minutes) are also nearby.
Between Aix-en-Provence which is 40 minutes away and Toulon, 20 minutes away, 15 minutes from Sanary and Bandol beaches, in the middle of the vines with a view over the hills.
5 minutes from the motorway, 45 minutes from Marseille airport, 35 minutes from that of Toulon-Hyères and 20 from Toulon’s TGV train station. All shops are 5 minutes away.