Where to stay in Burgundy?

Where to stay in Burgundy?

It's no coincidence that the world's most famous vineyards are in Burgundy! 

Which vineyard should you visit in Burgundy?
 Between famous vineyards, medieval villages and historic sites, let yourself be seduced by the character and authenticity of this region.

A visit to Burgundy will allow you to discover all its wine treasures, discover the secrets of winemaking and taste exceptional wines.

Here are 5 must-do stops for your next visit to Burgundy!

Beaune, la capitale des vins de Bourgogne

Beaune's cellars, dating back to the Middle Ages, are all over the town. It is a subterranean city where craftsmanship and conviviality come together. A visit to the cellars of Beaune promises unforgettable oenological discoveries. Meet passionate winemakers and discover Beaune under the best conditions.

Which is the most famous wine auction in the world? From Côte de Beaune to Aloxe-Corton, Meursault and Pommard, Beaune is home to world-famous wines. There is no better way to visit Burgundy than through its gastronomy: savour the famous beef bourguignon with a tasting of Burgundy wines!


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Fontenay, au cœur du patrimoine bourguignon

Discover the treasures of Fontenay Abbey, founded in 1118, ideally situated at the confluence of the Combe Saint-Bernard and the Fontenay valley. After 200 years of dormancy, this famous Cistercian abbey has recently replanted nearly 20,000 vines to produce around 15,000 bottles of organic wine by 2026.

Get back in touch with nature by cycling along the Burgundy Canal. The Côte-d'Or region is full of surprises!


Vézelay, le village médiéval haut perché

A charming village on the edge of the Morvan Regional Natural Park, Vézelay is famous for its Basilica of Saint Mary Magdalene, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During your visit to Burgundy, take the time to discover the surrounding picturesque villages. Their architectural and natural qualities make them remarkable areas.

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Dijon, la ville gourmande

How about a digestive stroll in the city of dukes? It is the gateway to Burgundy's vineyards and the starting point of the Route des Grands Crus. Discover the rich heritage of Dijon, the International City of Gastronomy and Wine. Immerse yourself in the historic centre, through the cellars and merchants' houses.

La Roche de Solutré, pour prendre de la hauteur

Listed as a Grand Site of France, this iconic prehistoric site is well worth a visit. It's the perfect place to plan a beautiful sun-drenched walk, surrounded by a rich biodiversity. In the heart of the Mâconnais vineyards, you will also find a botanical and archaeological garden. The panorama from La Roche de Solutré is an essential stop on any visit to Burgundy.


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And at Les Sept Fontaines Hotel, enjoy gourmet moments centred around the art of winemaking during your next trip to Burgundy!