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Burgundy is a concentrate of history that you must take the time to explore, according to its castles, churches, abbeys, villages with glazed tiles and its famous vineyard: Chablis, Côtes de Beaune, Côtes de Nuits…During this Burgundy Bike Tour you will be crossing Burgundy vineyards and villages. Auxerre, Beaune, Dijon, have kept their splendour and elegance, while Avallon, Semur-en-auxois and Châteauneuf are the very image we have of Burgundy, a postcard. On the borders of the Morvan, Vézelay and its basilica is a World Heritage Site and marks the start of one of the roads to Santiago de Compostela. But what is most fascinating about Burgundy is of course its incredible vineyard! The Climates (terroirs) of the Burgundy vineyard were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2015. The registration is a recognition of the unique character of the Côte Viticole between Dijon and Beaune. A land that includes some of the greatest wines in the world: Vougeot, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard, Meursault and many others.

Day 1 : Welcome to Burgundy

We will meet you at the Dijon TGV station at a predetermined time before transferring you to your hotel in Auxerre. In the afternoon we will take the opportunity to introduce you to the program, adjust your bike and explore the village known throughout the world for its dry white wines.

Meals: Dinner

Accomodation: Le Maxime 4* – Auxerre

We leave Chablis and its picturesque alleys in the direction of Auxerre. The ride will take us through the hills, vineyards and first Burgundy village of your week: Chitry, Saint-Bris-le-Vineux. Discreet, Auxerre is a beautiful surprise, set on the banks of the Yonne river, you will appreciate its narrow streets lined with half-timbered houses, its abbey, its cathedral… We continue through the Burgundy countryside before reaching Chablis again for a tasting of local wine

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 65 km / 700 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Le Maxime 4* – Auxerre

From Auxerre, the Nivernais canal with its hills showing some of the most beautiful villages in Burgundy. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, perched on a rocky spur crowned by a medieval basilica, Vézelay is a major pilgrimage site and a starting point for Santiago de Compostela (Saint James way). In the 12th century, Bernard de Clairvaux (a Burgundian monk) called for the second crusade in Vézelay. Harboring the relics of Saint Madeleine, the village became a major spiritual landmark.

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 65 km / 600 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Hotel de la Poste et du Lion d’Or 4* – Vézelay

We leave Avallon perched on a granite spur and surrounded by towers and ramparts following the cousin’s valley and its green hue. After a stopover in the picturesque village of Montreal, we will continue our journey in the town of Epoisses, known for its cheese. Finally, Semur-en-Auxois, a medieval city set on a pink granite cliff, will mark the end of this day in the heart of the Burgundy countryside. Sheltered by its ramparts, there is an intertwining of paved alleys and a few half-timbered houses, dominated by the large towers of the keep and the tapered spire of the collegiate church of Notre-Dame.

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 50 km / 550 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Château de Chailly 4* – Chailly-sur-Armançon

It is along the Burgundy Canal that we will make our first pedal strokes towards Châteauneuf and its imposing 12th century fortified castle. Classified among the most beautiful villages of France, its medieval streets reveal the houses of the rich Burgundian merchants of the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries and offer a splendid panorama. We will then continue to Beaune and its famous vineyard.

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 55 km / 600 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Abbaye de Maizières 4* – Beaune

From Beaune, you will follow small wine roads in the heart of the Côte de Beaune vineyards. Between hillsides and valleys you will cross the villages of Pommard, Volnay, or Meursault. The city of Beaune owes its reputation to its wines, and under the streets of the city is a labyrinth of cellars dating back several centuries, where some of the most prestigious wines in the world are kept. The Hôtel-Dieu, also known as the Hospices de Beaune, founded in the 15th century, is one of the most famous charity hospitals in the world, as much for its sumptuous and remarkable traditional Burgundian architecture (glazed tiles) as for its prestigious wine estate, whose production has historically been auctioned off to finance its operation, under the name of the sale of the Hospices de Beaune.

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 45 km / 500 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Abbaye de Maizières 4* – Beaune

We ride towards Dijon, crossing villages known worldwide for their vineyards: Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin… If Château du Clos de Vougeot no longer produces wine today, its visit is essential, it remains the symbol of nearly a millennium of Burgundy history. With its compact and pedestrian-friendly centre, lively street scene and aesthetically pleasing ensemble of half-timbered houses and polychrome tile roofs, Dijon is one of France‘s most appealing cities. Filled with elegant medieval and Renaissance buildings that hark back to the city’s 14th- and 15th-century heyday as the capital of the Duchy of Burgundy.

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: 55 km / 400 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Château de Saulon 4* – Saulon-la-Rue

It’s the end of this bike tour in Burgundy with Veymont Travel. After breakfast your guide will take you to Dijon TGV station.

Meals: Breakfast



  • 7 nights in 4* hotel in double occupancy


  • 7 breakfasts
  • 6 picnics / lunches
  • 7 dinners
  • Sport nutrition for every day of cycling


  • 1 guide-driver with van who supports the group all along the tour


  • 6 bike rides
  • Chablis wine tasting
  • Côtes de Beaune wine tasting
  • Côtes de nuit wine tasting
  • Clos Vougeot visit
  • Hospices de Beaune visit


  • Garmin GPS rental : 1 for 4 pers.
  • 2 bottles
  • 1 Veymont Travel cycling jersey

Support & Transfer

  • Transfer of people
  • Transfer of luggages
  • Transfer of bikes
  • Mechanical assistance
  • Pick up and drop off at predeterminated places
Non Inclus Séjour Liberté
  • Travel and repatriation insurance
  • Plane/train tickets and transportation to/from predetermined pick up/drop off locations
  • Accomodation before and after the stay
  • Personnal effetcs purchased during the stay
  • Activities not planned by Veymont Travel
  • Meals not mentionned in the “meals” section
  • Wine and dinks in bars, hotels and restaurants
  • Bike rental
  • Cycling guide

Guaranteed departure from 4 participants. Less than 4? More than 8? Contact-us !

In option:

  • Bike rental and equipment
  • Room in Single occupation
  • Cycling guide