This trail crosses through villages, fields and through the forest. The remembrance forests add a historic touch to the trail.
Anne Marie Javouhey is a nun who freed 185 slaves in 1838 in Mana, Guiana. The villages of Chamblanc, Jallanges and Seurre are a part of the Abolition of Slavery Route.
Depending on the season, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the lavender fields along the trail.
The departure is marked by a totem in the car park of Seurre marina. Follow the blue markings.
Pets are allowed as long as they are kept on a lead
Public toilets at the departure
Coach parking nearby
Shop at the departure
Wi-Fi at the Tourist Office
This trail can be accessed all year round, except when the waters of the Saône are very high.
In the summer, remember to bring water, a cap and sun cream. A part of the trail is in the sun.