Vézelay is a commune, located in the Yonne department in Burgundy, north-central France. It is a defendable hill town, famous for its Vézelay Abbey. The whole town along with its famous 11th century Romanesque Basilica of St. Magdelene are designated by UNESCO as World Heritage sites.
The equestrian center is nestled on the outskirts of the forest of Vezelay. Let yourself be seduced by the natural french wild forest of Vezelay, close to the Parc de Morvan, the best natural location in Burgundy, France.
You can ride along numerous paths available in the forest of Vezelay, hear the sounds of nature, cross small rivers and let your senses to be taken away by the calling of nature. Various shops, restaurant and other facilities are available in the widen area of Burgundy, especially in the Parc de Morvan.
Accommodation varies depending on your preferences. Hotels, rooms, shelters or even camping premises are identified in the canton of Lormes. Many equestrian schools also located in the spot for both amateurs or professional practitioners. For children from 3 to 6 years, a special session “around the pony” to learn to know and love the ponies.