Flavigny sur Ozerain, in Burgundy, is considered to be one of the most beautiful medieval french villages.
The city is overflowing with memories of history : 17th-century abbey, Aniseed candy factory known since the 15th-century, 8th-century Crypt…
You will be surprised to find yourself going downstairs to the bedrooms. They are in a 17th-century convent (Couvent des Castafours) with a superb view of L’Auxois and the Valley of Alésia.
Flavigny is near to MuséoParc Alésia, Semur en Auxois (medieval town), Chateau de Bussy Rabutin, l’Abbaye de Fontenay, Epoisses and many other interesting sights. This village is also the town where the Oscar-nominated film Chocolat was made.