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Your summer vacation in the Bourgogne wine region

Hiking through the vines, visiting historic sites, tastings with winemakers – here are some ideas to make your Bourgogne vacation go with a swing!

Wine tourism in Bourgogne © BIVB / Lukam

There are plenty of different activities to enjoy, with something for everyone in the Bourgogne winegrowing region:


• For lovers of historical monuments and exceptional places
If history and heritage are your thing, the Bourgogne winegrowing region is the ideal location for you. For more than two millennia, the men and women of this region have shaped its legacy. There are must-see destinations across the region, including Le Clos Vougeot, the Hospices de Beaune, the village of Vézelay, and the Rock of Solutré, to name just a few.


• For those who love to be on the water
How about combining boats and bottles on your trip? With 1,200km of navigable waterways, you can explore the rivers, canals, and lakes of the Bourgogne winegrowing region to your heart’s content. Explore some sublime landscapes as you cruise along, stopping here and there for a tasting in a cellar – something highly recommended!


• For adventurers, big and small
Whether hiking is your sport or you’re happier riding a bike or horse, or driving a car, the Bourgogne winegrowing region’s five Wine Trails will be right up your street. They will lead you to the region’s estates, cooperative cellars, and négoce businesses, where you can chat to winemakers and traders about the terroir and the history of the Bourgogne winegrowing region’s 84 appellations.
To organize your trip, please get in touch with one of our partners driving the tourism offer across the Bourgogne winegrowing region:

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