Holiday in Burgundy: the region of wines, castles, nature and 'Art de Vivre'. Let yourself be amazed by the world-famous culinary specialities of this region. From your own holiday home in Burgundy, you can enjoy the landscape with forests, meadows, vineyards and a number of attractive recreational lakes. A top holiday in France!Take a look at our offer, and book your romantic gîte among the vineyards, your Burgundy farmhouse in the heart of the Morvan or your charming home in a rural setting. For a varied holiday, go to Burgundy!
With its many rivers, it is great to explore Burgundy by the water during your holiday. Take a nice boat trip, or be active and go canoeing yourself. The various lakes invite you to spend a day at the beach. Picnic at the Lac de Marcenay or the Lac de la Tille, then dive into the refreshing water. Water sports enthusiasts can go canoeing, sailing, water skiing, water cycling, or just go swimming at the Lac des Settons. The beach is a great place to be! Experience the Burgundian life from your own holiday home in Burgundy, and enjoy culture, nature and good food! Did you know that we also offer holiday homes with a pool?
Book a holiday home in Burgundy, in the middle of the vineyards! In the centre of Burgundy, the countryside is bushy. Here lies the beautiful mountain area of the Morvan. The Morvan is a wooded mountain range with beautiful meadows and granite hills. Autunois can definitely call itself the most beautiful area of Burgundy. With beautiful forests and vineyards, the wide river area of the Arroux, and the mountains of the Morvan in the background. Hiking is possible at various places in the region. Bois de la Fée, for example, is a beautiful wooded area for a lovely walk with the whole family. Did you know your four-legged friend is also welcome in many holiday homes? This allows you to fully enjoy an action filled holiday with your dog.Step into nature from your own holiday home in Burgundy.
Drive, walk or cycle through Burgundy, and you'll be at a loss as to where to look next. The region is full of beautiful castles, monasteries and churches. Make a stop at one of the viewpoints to enjoy and take a picture! Especially the monasteries of Fontenay and Pontigny are worth a visit. Wine connoisseurs like to visit Clos de Vougeot. Burgundy has beautiful castles such as Tanlay Castle, Ancy-le-Franc and Cormatin. Adventurers visit the caves of Arcy-sur-cure where you can admire drip stones and cave art. Scattered throughout the region are many museums, each with its own character. An absolute must is Hôtel-Dieu in Beaune. A beautiful building with a beautiful courtyard that used to function as a hospital, and is now visited by many tourists. Don't you like to plan ahead? Then go to France for a last-minute holiday. With the convenient location of your holiday home in Burgundy, you can discover the region for yourself!
A holiday in Burgundy is a holiday filled with culinary delights. Come and taste the Burgundian cuisine with the many special local products. Think of Charolais meat, delicious cornish hens, mushrooms from the Morvan, and snails! Of course, this includes a glass of Burgundy wine, white or red! There are many restaurants in the region just waiting to welcome you to enjoy their dishes. There are even several culinary cycling tours mapped out. There are also beautiful cycling routes through valleys and along canals. Walking is also possible. The Morvan is a perfect location for a vineyard walk. Bresse Savoyarde is another beautiful walking area. Book a holiday home in Burgundy now, and be surprised by the Burgundian cuisine!
There are 70+ Belvilla houses in Burgundy .
Bibracte, Rock of Solutré, Château de Cormatin and Parcours de Chouette are some places that you must visit in Burgundy.
Some of the must-try activities in Burgundy are:
Some of the recommended dishes in Burgundy are Boeuf bourguignon (beef in red wine), pôchouse (fish stew), coq au vin (chicken in wine), Cuisses de grenouille (frog legs), oeuf en meurette (eggs poached in red wine
Travellers from the UK can reach Basel or Lyon by air, rail or road. From there, Burgundy is just a train or bus ride away.