At the very southern end of the Côte d’Or, the picturesque medieval village of Nolay is centred round its chestnut-pillared covered market Halles building. Wood-panelled and half-timbered façades abound in the narrow streets. Not far from here is the tiny Château La Rochepot, with its gleaming polychrome-tiled roof and pepperpot towers. Left in ruins after the Revolution it was not restored until the early 20th century, but is now a little gem waiting to be discovered.
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