1,200 kilometres of rivers and canals, many lakes (natural and man-made), especially in the Morvan… BURGUNDY is clearly THE region for river tourism and inland water activities.
Find all the information you need to prepare your “river” holiday: maps, contact details for hiring a boat or taking a cruise, for a few hours up to several days, places to see, landscapes to explore, special events, organised activities, bike trips from or alongside canals …
With over 1 000 kilometres of cycle tracks and ‘voies vertes’ plus a host of cycle routes leaving from its canals, towns and villages, in the Morvan and wine-growing areas, BURGUNDY is one of France’s major “cycling” destinations.
Find all the information you need to prepare your “cycling” holiday: maps, regional and inter-regional routes, places to explore …
BURGUNDY is never far from the thoughts of foodies and wine lovers. There is such a wide choice of activities and products – visiting a small-scale poultry farmer in the Bresse, dining in a Michelin starred restaurant, stopping at wine cellars, courses in wine knowledge, wine tasting and cookery.
Find all the information you need to prepare your “gourmet” holiday: maps, contact details for courses, cellars, restaurants, markets, wine and/or food events, wine-growing attractions and museums…
With its vast, unspoilt natural areas and rolling countryside, BURGUNDY is particularly suitable for horse riding and horseback trekking.
Find all the information you need to prepare your “horse riding” holiday: maps, major regional routes, places to explore, contact details for riding centres…
For a weekend, a week or longer (it’s your choice), prepare your escapade in BURGUNDY-FRANCHE-COMTE, a land on a human scale that really gets your mind and body moving. In these pages, find inspiration for your break. And if you are still torn between nature and culture, not to worry: everything comes together here. More than perfect ;-)
As they explore BURGUNDY-FRANCHE-COMTE, boaters can make the most this cosy backdrop, discover a whole host of natural, historic and architectural treasures.
Their names are Eva, Joon, Cécile, Arnaud, and they come from the USA, Germany, the Netherlands and Paris... They have all chosen to visit BURGUNDY for a weekend, a short break or longer. They are fond of wine, town atmosphere, old buildings or contemporary art. They are keen to meditate in a spiritual atmosphere; to go on a cycling tour of Burgundy, to share a good bottle of wine with friends… What do they have in common? They have all chosen to stay in a region of exceptional beauty situated in the heart of Europe. Come and share their adventures before setting out in turn on an adventure of your own. Take your pick from the extraordinary array of activities offered by the region. Like so many before you, you too will choose BURGUNDY.