Come to Burgundy in autumn!
The vineyards, hills and meadows bathe in the warm sunlight and take on the shades of autumn. The air is still filled with the scent of the grape harvest, replaced little by little with the aromas of the soil and mushrooms.
Our ideas for holidays in the Indian summer
Wine-themed weekend getaway in southern Burgundy
For an exciting autumn weekend away, come to the Côte Chalonnaise and Mâconnais vineyards. This is where the Rocks of Solutré and Vergisson shaped the landscape centuries ago, and continue to leave their everlasting mark today.
In the winegrowing villages of Fuissé and Givry, 2 families of winegrowers will welcome you for a stay in this part of Burgundy, where life is great and the food and drink are even better! You'll be participating in a tasting session with winegrowers who have been passionate about their terroir since the dawn of time. You'll also get a chance to explore the ocean of golden vines in an original way on a moped or a bike. Let's go!
Winter will be a warm and cosy one in Burgundy!
Winter is beginning to settle in Burgundy. The sun pierces through the white smoke from the anti-frost candles that have been lit throughout the vineyard. The temperatures are dropping, and nature is going into hibernation.
This is the perfect time to experience the warm hospitality from the locals of Burgundy: relax in a spa in Joigny, in front of the fireplace in a hotel or in a gite in the Morvan, or with a glass of wine at the Saint-Vincent Tournante event.
A comforting stay
Ease into winter with a relaxing stay for both the body and mind, take some time out for yourself, recharge your batteries...
Our ideal programme:
- stay at a comfortable and inviting hotel
- treat yourselves in an excellent restaurant for a taste of Burgundian gastronomy!
Burgundy behind the scenes
Winter is also a great time to come and visit the region's châteaus and museums. You can stay warm and discover some surprising treasures at the same time.
In the spring, stroll around Burgundy
City breaks and picturesque villages
When spring arrives, the towns of Burgundy come to life: the parks and terraces are filled once again and children can be seen playing in the fountains.
What are you waiting for? Head to Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, and wander the pedestrian streets; Beaune, capital of wines; Auxerre and Joigny, along the banks of the Yonne; Mâcon, on the banks of the Saône or go and explore Nevers, on the west banks of the Loire.
Not-to-mention our picturesque villages!
On a bicycle or a boat
Follow the waters
Just picture yourself on the water's edge, feet in the water (well almost!), sitting on a blanket and watching nature wake up all around you. There are 1,200 kilometres of rivers and canals in Burgundy to enjoy!
Whether you choose to enjoy the waterways on a barge hotel, on a boat trip or on a bicycle, just let the waters guide your way.
The towpaths are far from traffic and are very pleasant. The many cycle paths and Greenway cycle routes of the Tour de Bourgogne à Vélo® mean you can vary the pleasures.Along the canals and rivers
A lush-green summer in Burgundy!
Nature is well and truly blooming all around you. The sunny summer days will make you want to head to the countryside for a picnic. The forest, vineyards, lakes and rivers all provide the perfect setting, for a revitalising day out in the great outdoors.
Bike rides, hiking, horse riding, swimming, canoeing outings, windsurfing, fishing or just a cocktail out on the terrace... This is what you can expect in the summer in Burgundy!
Experience the great outdoors
The starry sky of Burgundy is waiting for you! Don't forget to look up on summer evenings, especially in August when you are most likely to see shooting stars up in the skies.
As soon as the summer begins, Burgundy is transformed into a holiday destination. Near the Lac des Settons water sports centre, the school bags and books have been put aside and replaced with pedalo boats, kites, petanque and swimming!TOP 5 beaches and places to swim
The Morvan will be a welcome refuge during the summer heatwaves! Walk through the forests in the shade of the trees, go swimming in the lakes, or for a hike to see the waterfalls.The Morvan
Get together in the great outdoors and build up your strength before trying out some new water sports or setting off along one of the long hiking trails in the afternoon!Our Top 4