The Cluny Way (GR76), Chemin de Cluny in French (#chemindecluny), is the Camino de Santiago route starting in the historical town of Cluny, in Burgundy, and joining the Le Puy Way in Le Puy en Velay. Before you start your journey, you should take time to explore Cluny and its famous medieval abbey.
From Burgundy, the Cluny Way then crosses the Beaujolais hills winding its way through its vineyards, traverses the Roannaise coast through the Forez mountains and passes the breathtaking gorges of the Loire River, finally reaching the spectacular volcanic landscapes of Velay and your destination: Le Puy en Velay. Read more Cluny Way Camino articles on our blog.
Please see below for our suggested itineraries. You can select the Cluny Way to customise your route (start point, finish point and options that you would like to have). You can walk or cycle any of our ways.