The Way of St. James route
The Way of St. James is made up of several hiking routes, that will take you on an exploration of all the different sides of Burgundy.
The Via Cluny, another route offering a spiritual experience
Via Cluny in Burgundy: on the trail of the monastic builders
Much more than just a hiking trail, the Via Cluny is an invitation to take a spiritual journey. As a stage on a long-distance trek or for a loop you can cover in a day, it reveals a succession of natural wonders, architectural treasures and a cultural heritage left behind by the Cluniac monks. So put on your walking shoes, grab your poles, and prepare for your pilgrimage walk!
The Morvan on foot
Follow the Tour du Morvan GR® de Pays hiking trail to explore a granite landscape of lakes and peaks in the Morvan massif. A unique trail that covers the entire Morvan region!
The Pays des Grands Crus GR® hiking trail between vineyards and villages
Walk along the famous Burgundy wines hillsides to (re)discover the region’s ancient wine-growing traditions from a brand new angle and at your own pace. Along the way, stop off at the Hospices de Beaune or in Dijon, to meet the winegrowers and taste the wines.
In short, enjoy walking with a sense of freedom and reconnection with the land, here in this terroir of such great prestige.
GR®2 Seine trail
Trek along the GR2 trail to become familiar with a legendary river, an icon of French history. For over 800 km, from Dijon to Le Havre, this itinerary reveals all the secrets of the river Seine!
GR®3 Loire trail
The historic GR®3 trail invites hikers to follow the banks of the Loire, from its source in Ardèche to its estuary in Loire-Atlantique. Towns with remarkable heritage features, wild countryside and unique natural settings can be seen along the way. But did you know that this long-distance hiking trail also visits Burgundy?
From Bibracte to Alesia
Explore Morvan and then the Auxois region, from one iconic site to the next: two regions with so many natural, historic and even gourmet sights to see.Find out more about this itinerary
From Fontenay to VézelayIn the Burgundian countryside
Fontenay Abbey and Sainte-Marie-Madeleine Basilica in Vézelay were both built in the 12th century, and are the departure and arrival points for this hiking trail. There are some fantastic views along this trail which is very popular with fans of heritage sites as well as nature lovers.