The Pays Châtillonnais
The Châtillonnais is a vast rural territory located in the north of the Côte-d'Or department. Between the Burgundy and Champagne regions, it enjoys a strategic position by being at the meeting point of two regions, both with a rich history and nature. It has boundaries with the Yonne, the Aube and the Haute-Marne departments.
This vast limestone plateau is crossed by lots of vales, watered by rivers and shaded by beautiful forests. This is an authentic territory with a thousand-year-old cultural heritage. You will find an infinite amount of path to explore on foot, by bike, by horse, by carriage or even with a donkey.
Adventure is within your reach!
- 1 814 km2 of surface area
- 84 000 hectares of forest, that is to say 46 % of the territory
- 250 hectares of vineyards
- 21 923 inhabitants, of which 27 % are in the main city (Châtillon-sur-Seine)
- 107 towns
To find out more about us:
Bouger Nature en Bourgogne, « Le Pays Châtillonnais »
Trésors de Côte-d'Or