Photo of Chatillon-sur-Seine at 14 km from Chemin-d'Aisey
Chemin-d'Aisey is situated in the Cote d'Or (Burgundy region) in the eastern-center of France at 59 km from Dijon, the department capital. (General information: Chemin-d'Aisey is 205 km from Paris).
Some places that we or our contributors have visited and reviewed and can recommend close to Chemin-d'Aisey. Note that all distances shown are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater.
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Below we show places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Chemin-d'Aisey and wondering what to do next! Positions of each of these attractions is shown on the map below.
Grand sites of France Alesia (23km)
Heritage sites Fontenay Abbey (17km)
National Monuments Bussy-Rabutin Chateau (20km)
Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour) Chatillon-sur-Seine (14km)
Churches or other religious monuments Abbaye de Fontenay (Montbard) (21km)
Remarkable gardens Abbaye de Fontenay (17km); Potager du château de Lantilly (26km); Jardin du moulin de Athie (30km); Jardin du prieuré (42km)
Sites of natural beauty Siège d'Alésia (23km)
Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie) Neuville-sur-Seine (35km)
Department: Cote d'Or
from Dijon (prefecture): 59 km
from Paris: 205 km
from Calais: 407 km
from Nice: 496 km
from Bordeaux: 510 km
from Strasbourg: 254 km
Chemin-d'Aisey is in the eastern-center of France. Most visitors drive from one of the channel ports such as Calais or Dunkirk, a drive of about 6 hours, or fly into one of the Paris airports and hire a car. For driving distances to Chemin-d'Aisey from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.
We have found 8 other places listed nearby (within 6 kilometres of Chemin-d'Aisey): Aisey-sur-Seine, Bremur-et-Vaurois, Chamesson, Coulmier-le-Sec, Nod-sur-Seine, Origny, Saint-Marc-sur-Seine and Semond.
This page in French: Visitez Chemin-d'Aisey