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Once a busy port, Chalon-sur-Saône is a commune in the Burgundy region of France and although it’s the biggest city in the Saône-et-Loire department, it is not the capital – that tag goes to Mâcon. It is located on the Saône river and is situated in the wine-growing district. It acted as a circulation point for wines transported up and down the river. Famous wines like Givry and Rully come from this area.
Some 300 years ago Chalon-sur-Saône was constructed on the banks of the Saone and now poses as an area of France that thrives from tourism. Although positioned in the wine-growing area, Chalon-sur-Saône’s balance of gastronomy and tradition also give it a subtle charm. When you stay at the Campanile Chalon-sur-Saône Hotel local shopkeepers and market traders give you a warm welcome as you discover the area’s intricacies.