Do you fancy a weekend in the Burgundy countryside? There are four unmissable natural sites here!
Burgundy is also hiding some discreet and endearing little places: Auxois, Puisaye, Bresse, Charolais-Brionnais, four countryside destinations that are perfect for walking or getting some much-needed fresh air.
The ultimate paradise for nature lovers is natural parks. That's good news for us because Burgundy boasts both a national and a regional park!
Regional natural park and national park: exceptional natural territories!
Forêts national park
Welcome to the 11th national park in France. This is a sanctuary for ancient deciduous trees, some of them more than two hundred years old.Find out more about this national park
Morvan Regional Natural Park
Nature lovers will enjoy exploring this little Canada of Burgundy, dotted with vast lakes and dense forests.Find out more about this regional park
Get some fresh countryside air
The Auxois region
Land of Cockaigne and a real-life history bookFind out more
Woodland, forests and lakesFind out more
Seine & Tilles
A beautiful lush green place close to DijonFind out more
The Charolais-Brionnais country
Woodland, Charolais cattle and sophisticated landscapesFind out more
Come and explore the Bresse landscapesFind out more
Unmissable natural sites
Are you looking for something spectacular in the great outdoors? We recommend these four natural sites, for an extraordinary experience in the great outdoors: the Rock of Solutré - Mont-Beuvray - the Bec d'Allier - the Rochers du Carnaval.
The land of Christmas trees!
In France, 5.1 million natural fir trees are sold every year at Christmas.
A good share of these trees, of varying sizes, comes from the Morvan! It is the leading region in France for producing fir trees.
Hiking and walks
Walking is just like good wine, in Burgundy it needs to be enjoyed at an easy-going pace.