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Concierge.com's insider take:
Noyers is a remarkably handsome, thoroughly restored medieval fortress town on the Serein River about 13 miles south of Chablis. Artists and artisans d'art have opened a dozen galleries in and around town, and there's a museum of local history and naïf art—both the galleries and the museum are cute and charming but ultimately skippable. The town's real draw is its atmosphere and architecture: Half-timbered houses line the cobbled streets, and sections of the city walls and a city gate still stand. There are bakeries, cafés, and restaurants, but if you can, visit on a Wednesday morning to browse the regional food market that sets up on the main square (arrive around 9:30 am, when all the vendors are open). Plan to spend at least an hour or two exploring Noyers.—David Downie
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