In Burgundy, every season has its own allure. Mild springs, pleasantly warm summers with now and then a refreshing shower, golden autumns with explosions of colours. And don’t forget the winters, cold and dry. Each season lets you discover a different view of Burgundy.
The rolling hills provide excellent sports opportunities such as walking, cycling or mountain biking. The roads are quiet and there are special circuits for walkers, cyclists and mountain bikes through the direct surroundings.
Burgundy culture and history has a lot to offer. The famous Hôtel Dieu in Beaune (30 km) is well worth visiting. In the old towns of Autun (25 km) and Dijon (80 km), with their covered market places (les Halles), you can pleasantly stroll about.
The Burgundy vineyards (Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits) are one of the worlds most famous wine regions in the heart of Burgundy. Appealing wine villages such as Santenay, Meursault, Pommard and, of course, Nuits-Saint-Georges can be reached within a 30 minutes drive.