Morvan Regional Park
The Morvan is a Natural Park covering nearly 226,000 hectares standing tall and proud in the middle of Burgundy. And what a contrast it is to the surrounding limestone terrain – the enduring granite has been used to build the houses and farms nestling in the verdant valleys, surrounded by forest and brush covered heath. White Charolais cattle and horses graze in the pasture.The economy of the area depends on livestock and forestry, as it always has. Country life goes on, little changed over the last two hundred years and thanks to the national park regulations, this will remain a preserved area.