Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant


This department has a rich cultural heritage and is well-known for its cuisine – in Saône-et-Loire you can visit Cluny Abbey, watch the Bresse chickens romping in the fields, or enjoy a glass of Beaujolais. The department’s pride also lies in its expanses of preserved forests that shape Burgundy’s identity. It is the land of choice for all craftsmen who work with wood. Stop in at an EPV and you will see their varied know-how, from the production of thatch roofs to musical instruments.