Burgundy offers vistors some of France’s most beautiful countryside. Rolling hills dotted with mustard fields and vineyards make it a must for wine lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
In the Côte-d’Or, at the heart of the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, you can discover Grands Crus such as Romanée-Conti or Meursault. Come and meet the wine-growers of the region, who will open the doors of their domaine to you. You can chat to them while tasting wines produced from their own harvest and perhaps purchase a bottle or two!
With fine wine in abundance, Burgundy is also famous for it’s food. From famous Charolais beef to cheeses, mustard, chocolate and many more local delicacies you’ll be spoilt for choice! Walk around the village markets selling the freshest of produce and sample some of the gastronomic delights at the many restaurants in the area.
Burgundy is also steeped in history, boasting an array of treasures. Chateaux, historic buildings, churches and museums – many are on the doorstep of our holiday rental properties.
After all the good food and wine, you may need to burn off a few calories. Get “Out and About”, Burgundy offers a wide range of activities from golf, fishing, cycling, more riding and hiking to canal boat trips and sailing. For the more adventurous try a hot air balloon flight, mountain biking or kayaking.
Burgundy plays host to a wide range of festivals and events throughout the year. From music and dance to the arts, medieval fairs and gourmet days, you’ll be spoilt for choice.