Visit Burgundy, our beautiful region
Crisscrossed by rivers and canals, populated by forests, lakes and hills, punctuated by pretty towns, Burgundy offers many faces. Behind the richness and variety of its landscapes, Burgundy has in store for you a unique way of life made up of good wines, good food and secular heritage. On the way !
Sur les traces de l’art roman
La région bourguignonne se présente encore aujourd’hui comme le berceau des ordres cisterciens et clunisiens, et a largement favorisé leur développement.
Rien de surprenant à ce que le territoire possède plusieurs joyaux architecturaux de l’art roman. La Bourgogne du Sud, plus particulièrement, foisonne de sites d’envergure. On peut notamment y visiter la ville au passé historique d’Autun, l’incontournable Paray-le-Monial, l’indépendante et puissante Cluny, et bien sûr Tournus, haut lieu de l’art roman.
Visit the Dijon Museum of Fine Arts
The Dijon Museum of Fine Arts is a must for anyone visiting the city. Housed in the eastern wing of the former palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy, the museum has been unveiling since May 2019 a totally transformed space, after ten years of renovation.
Discover the basilica of Vézelay
Located in Burgundy, the basilica of Vézelay has for centuries seen pilgrims from all walks of life on their way to Compostela making regular stops there. This major building, combining Gothic and Romanesque art, is internationally recognized and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
The unmissable towns of Burgundy
Between cultural riches, historical heritage and nature, Burgundy is full of little treasures and unmissable places, each more remarkable than the next. Discover three towns of Burgundy, unmissable and ideal for learning more about the identity of Franche-Comté.
Organic viticulture in Burgundy
Known for its many plots of very diverse vines, the Burgundy region is also renowned for its wines with sensational flavors such as the premier crus and the grands crus of the Côte D'Or, or the famous domain of Romanée Conti, thus emphasizing the authenticity of organic Burgundy wine.
Heritage in southern Burgundy
With its tourist and gastronomic assets appreciated internationally, Burgundy is the French region with the most sites classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. The heritage of Burgundy is in itself a true concentrate of France! Discover in particular the heritage of southern Burgundy.
Burgundy culture: the unmissable places
Burgundy is about sharing conviviality, between gastronomy and good wines, between rolling countryside and old abbeys with glazed tiles, castles ...
Activities in Tournus and in Burgundy
Burgundy is also calm, nature, a relaxation area where it is good to walk or practice sporting activities ...
The Burgundy wine route
The Burgundy wine tourist route extends its territory between Auxerrois and Mâconnais. Its vineyards cover nearly 29,500 hectares and benefit from 84 AOCs, from the regional appellation to the Burgundian Grands Crus, mainly made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Discover Burgundy with the family
Want to discover the region with the family?
Some discoveries and activities are labeled "Aventures Mômes", which is a concept intended for families with children aged 4 to 14, who wish to fully involve their children in the discovery of southern Burgundy.