Dijon ~ Capital of the Dukes
A guided tour through Dijon with its medieval center, the central market area with street cafes and small shops, is for sure a very pleasant introduction to the French Way of Live...
... although Dijon is one of the "bigger" cities in France, it has lost nothing of its charme.
Dijon Tourist Information
Wine tasting at famous châteaux or wineries
You will have plenty of opportunities for this! Of course we serve best wines on-board, but throughout your excursions to Beaune and 'La Route des Grands Crus' you will be advised by real connaisseurs.
Do not miss a wine tasting in the famous vineyards and cellars of the Côte d'Or!
Château de Meursault ~ Homepage
Château de Commarin
The Duke, le Comte de Vogüé, is still living there and is opening parts of his estate to the public. Stroll through the public parts of this extraordinary former hunting chateau!
This moated castle lies only within minutes from our route on the canal.
Château de Commarin ~ Homepage
Isabelle & Sylvain created this farm in 1995. They plant black and red current, raspberries, strawberries, peaches and sherry trees.
Learn about the Cassis production steps, try their Sherry and more.
Ferme Fruirouge ~ Homepage
Châteauneuf en Auxois
Not as famous today as "Châteauneuf du Pape", but historically this fort played an even greater role.
This romantic medieval village is voted regularly one of the most beautiful spots in France.
Châteauneuf en Auxois ~ Homepage
Beaune ~ Burgundy's Wine Capital
A picturesque town and the wineseller's home, with miles over miles of underground cellars.
Explore the "Hospices de Baune" and "Hotel Dieu", where wine was once a justifiable medicin ~ against everything!
Beaune Tourist Information
Golf at Château Chailly
Château Chailly sur Armançon is one of the most reknown courses in France, designed by Thierry Sprecher and Géry Watine.
Participate in a Golf practice and enjoy the amazing area!
Château Chailly ~ Homepage
Fallot ~ Mustard Mill & Factory
To value its traditional know-how, 'La Moutarderie Fallot' opened its doors to the public with two museographic tours. A family business since 1840!
Discover a free space totally dedicated to the mustard
La Moutarderie Fallot ~ Homepage
Jaffelin’s history is inseparable from that of the Collégiale Notre Dame de Beaune. Over the centuries, our cellars have housed the wines of the Collégiale and the Cardinals. Today our wines rest in the monastic tranquility of the Chapitre’s cellars..."
Mailson Jaffelin ~ Homepage
Clos (de) Vougeot
One of the most famous vineyards and also the seat of "La Confrèrie des Chêvaliers de Taste de Vin".
The brotherhood is in fact a real Order, committed to preserve the high quality of French wines.
Clos Vougeot ~ Homepage
Come with us to search for Bourgogne truffels and have a Gourmet dinner ~ if we found some or not. We visit the forest of 'Maison aux Milles Truffes et Champignons'.
"... discover thousands of mushrooms during your visit ~ learn the differences and enjoy their taste!"
Maison aux Milles Truffes ~ Homepage
Domaine Roy in Auxey-Duresses
The whole wine domaine is as old as the Roman conquest north, following the river Rhone. The 'Domaine Roy' was first named in the 16th century.
It is owned by the same family since 1632, today it is managed by Adeline et Alexis Roy.
Domaine Roy ~ Homepage