Have a meaningful holiday along tracks and footpaths, at well known natural sights! The 'Grands Sites de France' and great lakes of the Morvan make Burgundy an ideal setting for your outdoor holiday. Cycle round Burgundy on the Tour de Bourgogne à vélo® or float gently along its inland waterways...
Nature lovers, Panda gîtes in the Morvan and Ecogîtes are just what you're looking for! They are run on eco-friendly lines, enjoy outstanding locations and provide equipment for observing wildlife in its natural setting. Campsites and hotels with the Clef verte label guarantee that your holiday truly respects the environment...Find accommodations
Sport and outings
Specially laid out sites, discovery trails, bird sanctuaries and long distance footpaths are all organised to increase awareness of nature and bio-diversity. From the ferryman's path at the Bec d'Allier to the Cirque de la Coquille, the Découvertes nature en Bourgogne network offers a selection of 32 trails and natural sites. What about following the Tour de Bourgogne à Vélo® route to get to one of these lovely places?Find activities
Outstanding places to go
Burgundy is a land of rivers, lakes and canals. You can get a feel for this on an "Ecopagayeurs" (eco-paddlers) trip at Seurre on the Saône or Bourbon-Lancy on the Loire. From Digoin to Cosne, travel down the last wild river of Europe. The Eden Centre at Cuisery is a veritable hub of bio-diversity. It is located near the Seille, one of the loveliest rivers in France. Test your environmental knowledge!Find visits
Nature and gastronomy combined
In Burgundy, livestock farming and wine-growing are a constant reminder that genuine local cuisine must be based on natural produce. From vine to cellar, see all the steps involved in producing organic wine. Fond of good food? Sample some local flavours in the Bistrots Accueil of the Morvan National Park or on organic farms in the Bienvenue à la Ferme network.Find restaurants