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Summer, autumn, spring, winter,When should you come to Beaune?Every season has its moments of happiness

Beaune Burgundy in all seasons

All seasons are ideal for organizing a weekend or vacation in Beaune and the surrounding area. Major cultural events take place all year round. Life on the estates and in the vineyards never stops, and outdoor activities can be enjoyed at any time of year. Of course, each season has its own aspects. That’s why you should come and see us all year round 😉.

Reliving spring in Burgundy

For a day, a weekend or your Easter vacation

A springtime close to nature

The first days of spring are an invitation to get out of the house. The charm of hiking trails, terraces regaining their appeal, colors slowly changing in the vineyards… Let yourself be tempted by the discovery of new experiences. And why not take advantage of nature’s rebirth to think a little about her and organize an eco-friendly weekend?

Why visit Burgundy in spring?

To enjoy the awakening of nature

The sun is shining generously, the days are getting longer, the flowers are opening and the trees are turning a lovely shade of meadow green. The weather is ideal for hiking in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune. The cliffs of Orches and the Château de la Rochepot are gradually hidden behind the growing foliage. It’s the perfect time to try out our hiking trails and discover the riches of Burgundy.

An introduction to wine tourism

The winegrowers have finished pruning the vines. They are keeping an eye on the temperatures, which can still be negative in the morning, to protect the buds. After these studious winter months, the wineries open their doors and welcome you for tastings. Our expert oenologists have completed their oenology training programs, and are ready to help you become enlightened connoisseurs of wines from Burgundy and beyond.

Discover Burgundy's heritage with the whole family

Easter vacations and spring bridges are great opportunities to visit Burgundy, Beaune and the surrounding villages. A land of history, the Beaune region boasts a unique historical heritage. The Dukes of Burgundy, the monks of the Cistercian order and above all Nicolas Rolin and Guigone de Salins have left an indelible mark that the whole family will enjoy uncovering, starting with the Hôtel-Dieu – Hospices de Beaune.

Autumn in Burgundy

for timeless stays

Autumn in Burgundy is all about the splendid landscapes of the Côte de Beaune and Hautes Côtes de Beaune. The vineyards turn yellow, orange and red.

The days may be shorter, but the pleasure is as intense as ever when you visit Beaune and the surrounding villages. Discover the major autumn events and things to do from September to November. The grape harvest and the Hospices de Beaune Wine Sale are the autumn must-sees.

Why visit Burgundy in autumn?

Because it'sThe harvest

The grape harvest means a festive atmosphere, vineyards with a beating heart, meetings with happy winegrowers… In short, discover the soul of Burgundy.

Between tastings and wine tourism experiences, you’ll discover the secrets of our beautiful region.

BecauseIt's not so hot

Temperatures are generally milder. Pedaling along the Voie des vignes is the “queen” of autumn activities. Circuits in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune also lend themselves perfectly to hiking, with incredible views over the vineyards.

Because in autumnThe Hospices de Beaune Wine Sale

Autumn is the season for the Hospices de Beaune Wine Sale, held on the 3rd weekend in November. Not to be missed. It’s a major event in the world of wine.

Other major cultural, sporting and festive events also await you.


Visiting Burgundy in winter

To warm her heart

A winter in Beaune

Shift into high gear on a stay in Bougogne

In winter, everything slows down, and we finally take the time to visit the must-sees of France’s heritage.

And as winter is a time for warming up, you’ll enjoy discovering the nuggets among Burgundy’s exceptional wine cellars.

Finally, take care of yourself, your mind, your body and your heart: cultural outings and concerts will brighten up your evenings. Spa sessions will relax your muscles and nerves. A romantic meal by the fireplace will make your little butterflies flutter.

Why winter in Burgundy?

Because it's better indoors

Temperatures are a little chilly in winter. So, in Beaune, let’s give priority to heritage visits, such as theHôtel-Dieu – Hospices de Beaune or living heritage companies like the Moutarderie Fallot.

Because Burgundy gastronomy is perfect in winter

Œuf meurette, boeuf bourguignon, poulet Gaston Gérard, gougères, coq au vin and fondue vigneronne are dishes best enjoyed in winter.

Because it's good to recharge your batteries in peace and quiet

Quiet, yes, but without cutting yourself off from the world. Beaune and the Pays Beaunois offer everything you need to lift your spirits and have a good time. Between trips to Michelin-starred restaurants and massage sessions in the region’s spas, Burgundy takes care of you.

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