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Around Nolay9 picturesque villagesin the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune and Burgundy bocage regions

Near Nolay

If you’re looking for nature, wide open spaces and authentic encounters, discover the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune and the plains and valleys of the Burgundy bocage. Their landscapes will sink deep into your heart, and once you’re back home, you’ll want to come back again and again. Top departure from Nolay, a medieval town in the Hautes-Côtes region.

Touch the heart of Burgundy

In the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune

1. Cormot-Vauchignon

Cormot-Vauchignon. You’ve arrived at an ideal destination for family outings. Nature gîtes are hidden here and there, and hiking trails take you through splendid landscapes.

2. La Rochepot

As beautiful from afar as it is up close, the village of La Rochepot lives in the shadow of its exceptional Château. It’s not open to the public, but the view from the road is well worth the detour.

3. Change

Leaving La Rochepot, we take the D906 down to Chassagne-Montrachet, cross Nolay and take a well-deserved rest at Change. A nice place to sleep before returning on the Voie Verte to Santenay and the Côte de Beaune.

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L’Escale de Jules et Lily in Bligny-lès-Beaune is the perfect solution for cousinades, frérades and other family celebrations. 4 guest rooms and 4 gîtes in a 3000 m2 park 😊.

4. Baubigny

Baubigny is a string of charming hamlets in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune. Take the time, on foot or by bike, to link these small islands of houses at the foot of the cliffs.

Coming to Burgundy

Green hiking

Prepare your hikes in the countryside. The Hautes-Côtes de Beaune are waiting for you.

A feast for the eyes

The valleys of the Burgundy bocage

6. Molinot

Speaking of mining, Molinot’s 19th century past was linked to coal mining. Today, it’s a paradise for forest walkers.

7. Thury

Safe cycling outings with children are a real pleasure. So why not take the Voie verte de Thury, which runs along an old railroad line? You’ll discover the village and the surrounding green countryside.

8. Val-Mont

Let’s leave the Autunois road to the north and head east. Before you reach the D906, Val-Mont awaits you with its Château de Coraboeuf.

On the road

to the villages of Burgundy

In search of

the best aromas

After this brief overview, you’ll soon realize that there’s not just one Burgundy, but many. Allow yourself to make discoveries, stroll through unspoilt countryside and be surprised by encounters with winegrowers, cultural gems and fine products to taste. There’s so much more to experience in the Pays Beaunois!