The "climats" of Burgundian vineyards have produced some of the finest, world-renowned wines: Chablis, Pouilly-Fuissé, Rully, Meursault, Vosne-Romanée etc. And, of course, Pouilly fumé. Whether you choose to explore wine routes or hike through the vineyards, don't miss the chance to admire breath-taking panoramas, experience wine-tasting sessions in cellars and chat with wine growers!
In Burgundy, every stroll reveals a beautiful scenery and is the perfect occasion to unwind. Whether you hike through the vineyards, cycle along greenways and cycling routes, go mountain biking in the Morvan mountain wilderness, ride a horse from Bibracte to Alésia, take a river or canal cruise, or travel the region by motorcycle, car or camper van, you will have a great time in Burgundy! Enjoying the region is... in our very nature. .
In Burgundy, enjoying a good meal is more than a tradition, it's the culture! Gastronomy is at home here: You won't find an area, town or village without its culinary specialty or local speciality: Bresse chicken, Charolles beef, Dijon mustard, snails, Epoisse cheese, Flavigny aniseed drops etc. You can choose to savour Burgundy by dining at a refined, Michelin-starred restaurant, the authenticity of country inns, or the fun experience of a cooking class.
Celts, Gauls, monks from Cîteaux and Cluny and Dukes of Burgundy all left their mark. This rich heritage features several noteworthy places: the new museum of fine arts in Dijon, the Hospices de Beaune, the archaeology parks of Bibracte and Alésia, Châteauneuf-en-Auxois and Tanlay, Loigny and La Charité-sur-Loire, Fontenay abbey, the Abbey of la Madaleine in Vézelay etc. These sites, castles, picturesque villages and towns of Art and History all give Burgundy a unique flair.
In Burgundy, you can take time to stop and smell the roses. And enjoy the beautiful scenery, the pleasures of life, the many festivals and wine bar terraces. Burgundians genuinely love their roots and traditions. But above all, they know how to appreciate the good things in life, whether they be cultural or gastronomical. Burgundians are friendly and authentic.
In Burgundy, nature is to be savoured as much as the wine. Forests, vineyards and farmland with hedgerows, crossed by many rivers and canals. So many amazingly diverse landscapes: the Morvan Regional Natural Park, the Rock of Solutré, Vézelay's "Eternal Hill", the Loire Valley and the Bec d'Allier panorama, the Saône Valley and La Truchère nature reserve, as well as the caves in Bèze and Blanot: Burgundy will reveal its charming nature to you.