The south Beaujolais is sometimes called « little Toscany », is brightened by the golden stone light of the hill villages : Oingt, labelled « les plus beaux villages de France », but also Belmont, Charnay, Bagnols, Theizé, Chatillon d’Azergues, Saint Jean des Vignes… An area worth visiting, the glaring « Beaujolais yellow stones » will but charm you. Hiking, cycling, motorbiking or by car, take the opportunity to discover exceptional sceneries, a remarkable cultural heritage and also a countryside, still authentic with vineyards surrounded by small golden stone low walls. You can also visit wine cellars. L’Adélie is the starting point of the ‘route du Beaujolais’, 140km crossing Beaujolais village label towards the famous vintage such as St Amour, Fleurie, Juliénas, Brouilly, Moulin à Vent…) where you can have winetasting and local food specialities. Don’t miss Lyon, the Ligth city, ranked in the « patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO » and of course the capital of grastronomy. Lyon deserves your visit where you can discover the beautiful Fourvière basilica which offers you an outstanding view over the city, the old city ‘Vieux Lyon’. You can stroll in the typical ‘Traboules’ (passageways), the charming district of ‘La Croix Rousse ». Finally, you can go shopping and particularly taste the famous ‘lyonnaise cuisine’ in restaurants called ‘bouchons lyonnais’. Lyon is at 23km by car and 25 minutes by train. L’Adélie is also close to Villefranche-sur-Saône, a lively and friendly small town. In the surroundings you will find the Lucenay golf course (at 6km) and the La Tour de Salvagny one (at 9 km). In Summer you can also spend the day in the ‘Beaujolais vert’ in the biggest organic swimming pool in Europe : ‘le lac des sapins’, electrical biking, fishing, climbing, mobilboard gyropodes… www.lacdessapins.fr This  ‘Beaujolais vert’ has many woods, is a cattle area which means greener where you will have also the opportunity to practise open air activities.