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Our Burgundy bike tour takes you cycling through the Burgundy wine region. Begin your journey in the Vallée de l’Ouche. On your way through the Auxois region, pedal along the Burgundy Canal and through medieval villages. Then, travel across the wine country and through world famous vineyards. There, taste the finest Meursault, Corton Grand Cru, white Burgundy and Pinot Noir. Cycling in Burgundy is the perfect biking adventure for cyclists of all levels. Join us today to taste great wines, try amazing food and enjoy lovely scenery.
6 Days / 5 Nights
Dijon Train Station
Beaune Train Station
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Touring Burgundy starts in the capital city of Burgundy! From Dijon, transfer to an auberge in the Burgundian countryside. Toast to the week with a Kir, a traditional Burgundy aperitif, in hand. and try ham slow roasted, oeufs en meurette or escargots de Bourgogne. Then, begin your journey on nearly deserted roads. Continue on through the woods and reach Sainte-Marie-sur-Ouche before you cycle along the Canal de Bourgogne. End the day at your hotel the Abbaye de la Bussière, a 12th century Cistercian abbey.
Today’s Ride: 16 miles with 400 feet of climbing
Head out to the chateau de Commarin, a 14th century castle also a seat of the comte de Vogüé. Then, continue your journey through Côte-d’Or in Châteauneuf-en-Auxois, a village with impressive views of the Auxois plain and the Burgundy canal. After lunch, your burgundy tour sets off through the green countryside of the Auxois region. On both sides of the road, you see Charolais cattle. In the evening, gather in your hotel brasserie restaurant for a nice dinner.
Today’s Ride: 30 miles with 2,300 feet of climbing
Short Option: 18 miles with 1,400 feet of climbing
Long Option: 40 miles with 3,200 feet of climbing
Today, your Burgundy bike tour continues toward the wine country and the town of Savigny-lès-Beaune. After a few climbs, arrive in Savigny-lès-Beaune, a village between the Corton mountain and Beaune and visit a wine estate. During the tour, learn about fermentation and bottling before you jump back on your bicycle. Later, settle in your room for some downtime before you dine at a Michelin starred-restaurant in town.
Today’s Ride: 35 miles with 2,400 feet of climbing
Short Option: 22 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing
Long Option: 44 miles with 3,200 feet of climbing
Today, your Burgundy tour travels to the southern part of Côte-d’Or and through the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune. Pass by Saint-Romain, a village famous for the Tonnellerie Francois Freres and its oak barrels. Pedal past the Château de la Rochepot, a 12th century fortress. Wander through Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet, famous for their Burgundy Grand Crus. Continue on to Meursault, a town in the Côte de Beaune popular for its 1er Cru white wines. Before arriving back in Beaune, pass through Pommard famous for its red wines. Later that afternoon, participate in a wine tasting at one of the most famous wine domains in town.
Today’s Ride: 31 miles with 1,900 feet of climbing
Short Option: 19 miles with 1,500 feet of climbing
Long Option: 41 miles with 2,500 feet of climbing
This morning, explore the Hospices of Beaune, a former charitable almshouse from 1443. Visit the Hôtel-Dieu and gaze at its courtyard and multi-coloured tile roof. Then, get on your bike and follow the Route des Grands Crus on your way to Nuits-Saint-Georges, a village in the Côte de Nuits. After a break in town, ride by the vineyards of the Romanée-Conti, a Grand Cru wine, also one of the most expensive in the world. Keep cycling toward the Clos de Vougeot, a famous clos in the Burgundy wine region. Later that day, taste some of the finest wines form the region: Premier Cru and Grand Cru.
Today’s Ride: 28 miles with 1,900 feet of climbing
Short Option: 14 miles with 900 feet of climbing
Long Option: 39 miles with 2,600 feet of climbing
Your bicycle tour of Burgundy ends at the Beaune train station.
We had a wonderful time. I hope we will be able to do the Normandy tour with you. We are still talking about the our lunch break. Thank you again.
You bent over backwards to ensure we both had an amazing experience. We had knowledgeable, friendly and helpful guides.
We loved our third trip with DIGnGO and we continue to be very pleased with all aspects of your company. We like the accommodations, the restaurant, and the cycling routes. We were especially impressed with your backup plan to replace a trip leader on day 1. We enjoyed our biking with both Simon and Sam.
We are happy with everything, and we are always recommending your company highly to our friends. We anticipate future trips with you.
I had a great time, even better than I expected. I loved our great and very friendly trip leaders!
I had a great time!
We had a great trip and you were a big part of the reason. We would enjoy doing another trip, if possible, next July in Normandy.
We had a wonderful time.
We’re looking forward to our next trip.