Pont Roche makes you discover its region

Good plans in Burgundy

Visits and monuments


Handcrafted specialties

Nature and outdoor activities

The must-see visits

In a remarkable hilly and wooded site, surrounded by a French garden, the castle boasts a decor created by Roger de Rabutin, Count of Bussy. Cousin of Madame de Sévigné, author of the Histoire amoureuse des Gaules, Roger de Rabutin expressed, during his exile in Burgundy, on the walls of his castle, his displeasure with the Sun King and the nostalgia of his tumultuous loves. The Salle des Devises, the Salon des Hommes de Guerre, the Galerie des Rois, the Tour Dorée, and Bussy's bedroom are the testament of the most famous libertine of the Grand Siècle.

Site labeled Maisons des Illustres.
Site labelled Remarkable Garden.

The Vineyards

The reputation of the Burgundy vineyards is well established. With a large number of "appellations d'origine contrôlée" and world-renowned wines, the Burgundy vineyards are part of a rich terroir.

Your stay at Domaine Pont-Roche is an opportunity to discover the vineyards of the region, such as Domaine Cyrot-Buthiau. 

Visit of the cellars with Bruno SOTTY 

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The Anis

Since 1591, Anis have been made in the village of Flavigny.

True to the same recipe, each aniseed is patiently wrapped in thin layers of syrup, delicately flavoured. It takes 15 days for their candy makers to make their very good candy

Simply three ingredients! Beet sugar, natural essential oil of star anise, green anise seed.

The Anis de Flavigny factory now employs 32 people. A small, family-run business, it devotes itself wholeheartedly to its good candy!

Within the Abbey, there is the factory, the Carolingian crypt, the shop. And recently, its museum and café.

A masterpiece of 18th century industrial heritage, it was built by the famous naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon. It is composed of a unique architectural ensemble including the domestic part with the houses of the blacksmiths, the forge master and a food garden, and the industrial part composed of the blast furnace, the refinery and the slitting mill, the three stages of iron production.

Its magnificent staircase allowed guests to watch the casting of iron. Listed as a historical monument, it is a witness to the scientific genius of the Age of Enlightenment.

Open from April to September, every day except Tuesday (open all year round by reservation for groups),

From 10am to 12pm and from 2.30pm to 6pm. Continuous in July and August from 10am to 6pm every day, guided tours offered every afternoon.