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Panoramic views

and points of view

get out your cameras, here are guaranteed photo spots!

Because our landscapes still surprise us every day and every season, here’s a selection of some of our most beautiful panoramas.

The belvedere of


In Mont-Saint-Vincent, a visit to the village includes a visit to the Belvedere, a former windmill, from the top of which, at an altitude of 610 metres, you can contemplate 14 departments. If the skies are clear, the lucky ones will be able to see the majestic Mont-Blanc towering over the horizon of this splendid panorama.

A “wow” effect guaranteed!

The Crêtes promenade and lookout point

Le Creusot

The “Promenade des Crêtes” begins on rue des Pyrénées, in the Marolle district, and reaches the Col de la Croix du Lot (465 m), which leads from Le Creusot to the Mesvrin valley. The belvedere in the middle of Rue des Pyrénées offers a panoramic view over most of Le Creusot. It’s a lovely vantage point from which to observe the city’s different districts and its industrial activity, past and present.

An unexpected panorama!

Former stronghold


This village offers a privileged vantage point from which to admire the surrounding green hills, as well as the town of Le Creusot, around two kilometers away, whose origins are closely linked to Montcenis’ mining past.

The balcony of the Charolais bocage


The village of Gourdon is located on an eminence that stands out from the Mont-Saint-Vincent plateau, at the northern end of the Charolais crystalline massif, and overlooks the Montceau-les-Mines mining basin. Numerous terraces allow you to contemplate this magnificent spectacle of greenery.


in Creusot Montceau

Autumn transforms our landscapes, giving way to beautiful orange-red colors.

As the trees cover themselves in shimmering colors, the beautiful autumn days are ideal for enjoying a short break in southern Burgundy.