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Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

This tour through Burgundy is an Oenophiles dream, based in one of the most famous of France’s wine regions. 

In between wine tastings and gastronomic stop offs, you will enjoy the relaxed cycling in between picturesque villages and wonderful hotels. Following the cycle Route des Grand Crus, you will enjoy gorgeous scenery, vineyard Chateaux and the delightful regional capital of Wine, Beaune.

We Love

Sampling wine in various “caveaux” (wine caves) along your journey, Hotel-Dieu des Hospices in Beaune, visiting Chateau de Savigny-les-Beaune and its collection of vintage planes and cars.

What's included

• Delightful 3-star and 4-star hotels
• Delicious restaurant meals each night
• Fully serviced touring bikes with panniers
• Daily route maps and cycling instructions
• Expert on the spot support
• Luggage transferred between your hotels
• E-Bikes available upon request
• 100% financial security through ABTA and ATOL

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

Day 1 | Arrive at Beaune or Dijon
Transfer to your first hotel in Morey Saint Denis in the heart of the Cote de Nuits vineyards, which is thought to have produced wine for over a thousand years. Before dinner enjoy a dip in the pool of your fabulous hotel, a former wine press and meet your local representative for your bike fitting and orientation.

Day 2 | Morey Saint Denis to Beaune | Distance 18 miles (29km)
Today you will follow the Route des Grands Cru, which passes through some of the most prestigious parts of Burgundy’s vineyards. Along the route you will cycle through charming traditional villages such as Nuits Saint Georges, with their limestone houses and courtyards before reaching the thriving centre of wine, Beaune. Dinner will be in one of the superb local restaurants.

Day 3 | Aloxe Corton | Distance 14 miles (23km)
As well as exploring Beaune’s sights such as the Hotel-Dieu des Hospices, a magnificent Gothic hospital, now a museum, and possibly a wine tasting of two, there is time for a cycle ride to Aloxe Corton.  Aloxe Corton is home to two of the best Grand Crus in Burgundy, Corton red and Corton-Charlemagne white produced in these gently sloping vineyards. On route, you can also visit the Chateau de Savigny-les-Beaune, which as well as being a stunning building, it has an impressive collection of vintage aeroplanes, cars and motorcycles!

Day 4 | Beaune to Rully | Distance 15 miles (24km)
You continue south today along the Cote de Beaune and Saone river plains through Pommard, Volnay and Meursault until you reach Rully, your stop for the next two nights. Relax on the quiet hotel terrace before enjoying a gourmet meal.

Day 5 | Rully to Puligny-Montrachet | Distance 13 miles (20km)
Your final day in the saddle will take you back northwards via the Voie Verte cycle path to Puligny-Montrachet in the heart of the Cote D’Or. Here you can relax in the sanctuary of your hotel once more, making sure you stock up on local delicacies before your final evening’s dinner.

Day 6
After a hearty breakfast we say “Au Revoir” before transferring you to Beaune station. 

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

Day 1 | Arrive at Beaune or Dijon
Transfer to your first hotel in Morey Saint Denis in the heart of the Cote de Nuits vineyards, which is thought to have produced wine for over a thousand years. Before dinner enjoy a dip in the pool of your fabulous hotel, a former wine press and meet your local representative for your bike fitting and orientation.

Day 2 | Cycle Morey Saint Denis to Beaune | Distance 18 miles (29km)
Today you will follow the Route des Grands Cru, which passes through some of the most prestigious parts of Burgundy’s vineyards. Along the route you will cycle through charming traditional villages such as Nuits Saint Georges, with their limestone houses and courtyards before reaching the thriving centre of wine, Beaune. Dinner will be in one of the superb local restaurants.

Day 3 | Round trip to Aloxe Corton | Distance 14 miles (23km)
As well as exploring Beaune’s sights such as the Hotel-Dieu des Hospices, a magnificent Gothic hospital, now a museum, and possibly a wine tasting of two, there is time for a cycle ride to Aloxe Corton.  Aloxe Corton is home to two of the best Grand Crus in Burgundy, Corton red and Corton-Charlemagne white produced in these gently sloping vineyards. On route, you can also visit the Chateau de Savigny-les-Beaune, which as well as being a stunning building, it has an impressive collection of vintage aeroplanes, cars and motorcycles!

Day 4 | Cycle Beaune to Rully | Distance 15 miles (24km)
You continue south today along the Cote de Beaune and Saone river plains through Pommard, Volnay and Meursault until you reach Rully, your stop for the next two nights. Relax on the quiet hotel terrace before enjoying a gourmet meal.

Day 5 | Round trip to Mercurey | Distance 19 miles (31km)
Today we suggest a round trip cycle to Mercurey south of Rully and a visit to the Chateau de Germolles, one the best-preserved residence of the Dukes of Burgundy. Alternatively, you may choose to relax in the charming surroundings of your hotel.

Day 6 | Cycle Rully to Puligny-Montrachet | Distance 13 miles (20km)
Your fifth day in the saddle will take you back northwards via the Voie Verte cycle path to Puligny-Montrachet in the heart of the Cote D’Or. Here you can relax in the sanctuary of your hotel once more, making sure you stock up on local delicacies before your final evening’s dinner.

Day 7 | Cycle Puligny-Montrachet to Beaune | Distance 10 miles (16km)

Todays ride, the last of your tour, takes you through the world famous and stunningly beautiful Cote de Beaune vineyards. This part of the region is home to some of its most respected producers and as it's your last day, what better time to buy a few bottle to take back home? The day is short, making it possible to soak up the charm of Beaune itself for one more afternoon.

Day 8 | Departure
After a hearty breakfast we say “au revoir”. 

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

  • Hotel de la Paix, Beaune

    3 star

    Situated in a quiet but good location for exploring Beaune. This stone building offers simple but comfortable rooms in a contemporary style. 

  • Hotel Castel de Tres Girard, Morey Saint Denis

    4 star

    The hotel is a former 17th Century wine press with an outdoor swimming pool. Enjoy dinner in the hotels fabulous restaurant with superb views of the vineyards. 

  • Hotel Chateau Saint Michel, Rully

    4 star

    This is the perfect hotel for relaxing in the peaceful area of Rully. It dated back to the 19th Century and has retained its authentic character.

  • Hotel le Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet

    4 star

    Another beautiful burgundy hotel set in a 19th Century building serving delicious wines from its very own arched cellar.

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

Tour Only Prices | 2019 & 2020

2019/20 Departure Dates

Nights

Board Basis

Adult Prices

May to September 

 7

Bed & Breakfast and 3 Evening Meals

 £1745

May to September 

 5

Bed & Breakfast and 2 Evening Meals

 £1335

May to September 

 7

Bed & Breakfast

 £1485

May to September 

 5

Bed & Breakfast

 £1235

Please contact our Activities Experts on 0207 471 7760 for child prices.

Book your 2020 cycling holiday before 30 September to secure 2019 prices.

E-bike Supplement: £20 per day

Single Supplement: £65 per night

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

Your Cycling Holidays in Burgundy

Burgundy’s Route des Grand Crus | Self Guided

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