Situated above Santenay, you can get there by taking the road towards Nolay. At a place called Les Louchardes (located just before entering Nolay), turn left onto the small road towards Dezize-lès-Maranges, continue to the hamlet of Borgy, there turn left onto the Route des Trois Croix, continue then park your vehicle, you’re there!
This 521-meter-high mountain is covered with limestone lawns typical of the Côte de Beaune with protected flora such as the Orchis Singe and the Inule des Montagnes. Classified as a nature park since 1993, so don’t pick up anything, just enjoy with your eyes.
Here you have a 360° view overlooking the southern Côte de Beaune to the east and the prestigious vineyards of Santenay, a rambling village dotted with glazed tile roofs. On a clear day, you can see Mont Blanc – and that’s no joke! To the south, you can make out the Maranges vineyards, the Côte Chalonnaise and the Clunisois, dominated by Mont-Saint-Vincent, and to the west, Morvan.