Chablis tips

Chablis – Tips


Getting there

By Car
By Train
CalaisA264:30 hoursNo train service
ParisA62 hoursNo train service
DieppeA151, A13, A63:45 hoursNo train service
Le HavreA13, A63:45 hoursNo train service
CherbourgN13, A13, A65 hoursNo train service
MarseillesA7, A65:30 hoursNo train service

Air: There is NO airport close to Chablis. Closest international airport would be Paris.

Ferry: No ferries

Bus: None of the long distance bus operators travel to Chablis. Closest city in their itineraries would be Auxerre. From there you can take local buses.

Within Chablis

Chablis is a small town, and you will not need any public transportation. Once you have found a parking spot for your car (which in the summer might take some time), you can easily walk in town.

Streets are often very narrow. Most shops (and wine tasting shops) are all centered around the main street.


Chablis is a small town, so you will not have a large selection of restaurants. There are some 17 of them, many very good to excellent (and many pricey). This is a wine town, so many wine buyers are wined and dined in good restaurants.

We can recommend the “Hostellerie des Clos” restaurant.

Hostellerie des Clos restaurant in Chablis
Hostellerie des Clos restaurant in Chablis


There are some 15 hotels, gites, airbnb and other accommodation places in Chablis. Some of them are upmarket.

Things To See/To Do

  • Walk the small and narrow streets of Chablis
    Chablis street scene
  • Taste wines in the many places in Chablis
    Chablis wine tasting
  • Visit the Saint-Martin church
  • Visit and tour the Domain Laroche castle
    Wine tasting
  • Visit the Tourist Office (click here to access their website)
    Chablis Tourist Office

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