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tours in burgundy

Famous for its superb vineyards, castles, canals and rivers, Burgundy has also made wine and food and artform! Burgundy has it all! A central and well-serviced region of France, which is larger than Belgium, Burgundy is a pot-pouri of touring adventures and discoveries. Canal cruising, barging, cycling, walking, wine tastings and culinary delights await you. Dijon, the capital of the region is a traditional,,relaxed town surrounded by unspoilt, slow moving countryside and villages with uncluttered roads ideal for exploration. Ensure you visit the vineyards of Beaune and the Abbey Fontenay as they are highlights of the region.



Discovering the vineyards in Burgundy is a treat for your senses. Roam amongst the famous vineyards.






walking tour in burgundy

Independent walking holidays in Burgundy vineyards
Two of the most famous vineyards worldwide are located south of Dijon: The Côte de Nuits, from Chenove to Corgoloin are famous for their powerful red wines & The Côte de Beaune, from Aloxe Corton to Santenay, are renowned for their delicate red wines and full-bodied flavoured white wines. The vineyards growing along the slopes since the 3rd century B.C and high up on the hills are produced the Hautes Côtes. Owned by the Dukes of Burgundy for a long time, La Côte stands out today as witness of the past. Chapels, châteaux and old, glazed-roof villages mark each vineyard. Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, and Beaune, the vineyard’s capital are worth a long visit each.

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barging in burgundy.
History & wine

Burgundy is the most famous barging region in France, steeped in picturesque villages, Gothic churches, Renaissance Chateaux and hillsides of patchwork vineyards. Since Roman times, the Art of Living, "Art de Vivre", is encapsulated in Burgundy with history, gastronomic delights and fine wines. Explore quaint towns such as Clamecy, the famous palace in Dijon, the castle of Chateauneuf or Vezelay with its hilltop basilica St Mary Magdelain.

Select a barge: Après Tout - Art de Vivre - Belle Epoque - C'est La Vie - Finesse - Hemingway - Impressioniste - Luciole - Magnolia - Rendez Vous - Prosperite - Randle - Saroche - Savoir Vivre - Wine & Water