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Villages in the Region of Nuits-Saint-Georges (25 villages)

Corgoloin

Corgoloin
Corgoloin
As every other villages of Côte, Corgoloin has been occupied in roman period and some remains still exist (arms, money, statues…). In ...

Corgoloin


Vosne-Romanée

Vosne-Romanée
Vosne-Romanée
« Romanée » comes from gallo-roman period, when a roman post was there, along a commercial road coming from Dijon to B...

Vosne-Romanée


Chaux

Chaux
Chaux
Overlooking the Meuzin valley, the Chaux plateau is a windy by fertile land : blackcurrant, raspberry, fruit trees, cereals, vineyard took pla...

Chaux


Quincey

Quincey
Quincey
Important seigneury, place of important hunting  in Middle-Ages, Quincey is still nowadays protected by surrounding forests. The actual villag...

Quincey


Meuilley

Meuilley
Meuilley
Until the building of Hospital in Nuits-Saint-Georges, a leprosarium was located in Meuilley.

Meuilley


Villebichot

Villebichot
Villebichot
Villebichot is known to be the « ville aux biches » (doe’s city). But the origin dates certainly from gallo-roman perid...

Villebichot


Nuits-Saint-Georges

Nuits-Saint-Georges
Nuits-Saint-Georges
Nuits : During prehistory, some people come to live in this area, just outside the actual town. This area is very marshy* (wet) because there...

Nuits-Saint-Georges


Gerland

Gerland
Gerland
Several important domains, with gallo-roman or cistercian origin, carry on the tradition of agriculture, breeding and forest in Gerland : the ...

Gerland


Comblanchien

Comblanchien
Comblanchien
The name of Comblanchien can come from « la Combe aux chiens » (dogs’ valley ), hunting place of Dukes of Burgundy...

Comblanchien


Flagey-Echezeaux

Flagey-Echezeaux
Flagey-Echezeaux
Flagey’s name comes from the gallo-roman word « Flavius ». But it also can come from « Fla » mean...

Flagey-Echezeaux


Prémeaux-Prissey

Prémeaux-Prissey
Prémeaux-Prissey
The oldest mention of the name of Premeaux has been found in a document of XIIth century of Abbey of Mazières. The former Prisseium owned in...

Prémeaux-Prissey


Vougeot

Vougeot
Vougeot
Vougeot est un village mondialement célèbre grâce à son Château et la Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin ...

Vougeot


Boncourt-le-Bois

Boncourt-le-Bois
Boncourt-le-Bois
The village dates certainly from gallo-roman period. Since few century Boncourt-le-Bois has a agricultural and wine activity. Boncourt was a rich ...

Boncourt-le-Bois


Villers-la-Faye

Villers-la-Faye
Villers-la-Faye
Located on a high spot along an old antic and commercial road, Villers-la-Faye has a castle since 15th century. The church dates from 19th century....

Villers-la-Faye


Villars-Fontaine

Villars-Fontaine
Villars-Fontaine
Villars-Fontaine’s name comes from a gallo-roman « villa », probably in Meuilley (village nearby). Villars means «...

Villars-Fontaine


Fussey

Fussey
Fussey
The name of the village could come from the name of an gallo-roman estate ; Fusciacium or Fusciacus, located near the roman road. The first me...

Fussey


Saint-Bernard

Saint-Bernard
Saint-Bernard
The first house of the village has been built at about the year 1100.The name of Saint-Bernard is linked with the history of the Abbey of Cît...

Saint-Bernard


Argilly

Argilly
Argilly
During a long time, Argilly was the center of one of largest and richest bungundian lordship. Argilly take its origin in gallo-roma period : t...

Argilly


Villy-le-Moutier

Villy-le-Moutier
Villy-le-Moutier
Crossed by the Meuzin river, made up by Ville-le-Brûlé and Villy-le-Moutier, this place take its name from roman word « vil...

Villy-le-Moutier


Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux

Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux
Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux
On 31st October 1608, the village of Saint Nicolas was founded by Nicolas II Boucherat, Abbot of Cîteaux. 36 mens coming from Lorraine receiv...

Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux


Gilly-lès-Cîteaux

Gilly-lès-Cîteaux
Gilly-lès-Cîteaux
The name of « Gilly » comes from the celtic  « Gwilqui » which signifies horse, pasture, plain and...

Gilly-lès-Cîteaux


Marey-lès-Fussey

Marey-lès-Fussey
Marey-lès-Fussey
Because of  a watering-place, the name of Marey could come from « mare » meaning « pond ». In this...

Marey-lès-Fussey


Arcenant

Arcenant
Arcenant
The origin of Arcenant is very old : in prehistorical times, mens came sometimes in this region to hunt bison and horse. Several thousands yea...

Arcenant


Agencourt

Agencourt
Agencourt
The first mention of Agencourt dates from 1110.

Agencourt


Magny-lès-Villers

Magny-lès-Villers
Magny-lès-Villers
Magny take its name from « manse », which, in Middle-Ages means a piece of raised land where is a house. Many springs are pre...

Magny-lès-Villers