Holidays in Burgundy

Say Burgundy, and the first thing you are thinking of is wine. Not surprisingly, the burgundy wine is famous worldwide and wines come from Chablis and Beaune from France.

in central east France, southeast of Paris, to Burgundy Sens and Auxerre to the north and south to Macon, and one of the richest regions in France; Especially because of the success of the wine industry and the attractiveness of attracting tourists.

Burgundy villages like Chablis are famous for wine tasting and wine tasting but it is important to emphasize that there are more in the region Like wine, even if it was the sole purpose of the visit


Bourgogne has a large number of cities and is France's most beautiful historic and architectural venues. For example, the Cote d 'Orban, the Fontenay Abbey, is undoubtedly one of France's most beautiful abbeys and historic sites.

Yonne is also part of the most beautiful medieval architecture in the region, with traditional castles Ancy in the form of a French castle and the Tanlay Castle. Like the Cote d 'Or, Yonne also boast some of the beautiful abbeys of Vezelay and Pontigny turrets.

Although the north may be famous for the above attractions, the south of Burgundy still offers a lot.

Less known than the abbey of Cote d 'Or, Cluny abbey in Saone – et – Loire. Not less known Fontenay abbey, Clunny Abbey still offers many occasions for casual visitors as well as other beautiful religious monuments in the area such as the Paray-le-Monial Basilica, Anzy-le-Duc Church and Even Roman ruins in the Autun , Which shows how far the history of the region is.

Natural Beauty

Saulieu, Chateauneuf-en-Auxois and Semur-en-Auxois villages Spectacular natural beauty, Morvan's regional park is one of Burgundy's most beautiful areas. In fact, the nearby Flavigny city was once considered "the most beautiful village in France".

Nievre also has vast natural beauty, and the landscape is one of the small-scale agricultural endeavors. Rural forests and rolling fields

However, not only small towns are the region's dynamics. Cities such as Beaune and Dijon contribute their own products to the local economy, such as wine and of course the world famous dijon-mustard.

Source by Phil Hanlon

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