Full of chateaux, typical villages, artistic towns, farmhouses, and vineyards galore, there’s a sight to see in every inch of Burgundy. From unspoiled nature along canals and rivers, fertile countryside, and the massive Morvan mountains, the terrain is diverse.
With a large regional network of cycle routes along converted rail lines, beside canals, on vineyard paths, and country roads, there is a cycle tour suitable to every level of ability. A bike-friendly place, Burgundy (and France) is a bike-friendly place with well-marked paths. Burgundy is known for its wine and cuisine, including Pinot Noir, Dijon mustard, and boeuf bourguignon, perfect to enjoy at end of a day’s cycling along quiet country roads lined with spectacular scenery.