Burgundy - Leisurely Wine Trails

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Visiting: France

Hotel & Bike

6 nights from £707 to £1145pp
Guiding Self-Guided i
Level Easy i
Standard Comfort i
Code FR027
Good For Families, Foodies
Distance 76mi/122km !
Runs Apr - Oct
Departs Any day
Fly to Paris !
Return from Paris !


What to expect

Cycle through some of the world’s most prestigious vineyards and wine villages, pedalling past colourful landscapes and historic landmarks starting in the town of Beaune – the wine capital of Burgundy. With short daily distances and mostly flat terrain, mostly on the Voie Verte (Green Way) cycle path, this is one of our easiest cycle routes and is ideal for all levels. The leisurely pace gives you plenty of time to stop off for a long lunch, or work your way through the red vintages and crisp white wines during a cellar tour.

As you pass rocky outcrops and flowing rivers, stop off at chateaux to stroll around their magnificent gardens or take a peek inside at their grand interiors. You’ll stay in historic towns and stone-built villages en route, and relaxing with a bowl of beef bourguignon and a glass of Burgundy Pinot Noir or a chilled Chablis in the evenings is the ultimate way to unwind.

  • World-class vineyards, A-list estates and famous wine villages.
  • Vine-groomed landscapes, cool river valleys and rocky outcrops
  • Magnificent chateaux and regal gardens
  • Easy cycling and short distances along mostly flat terrain.

The Trip



  • Day 1: Arrive in Beaune

    Make your way to Beaune, the wine capital of Burgundy.

  • Day 2: Beaune - optional ride 25 miles (40km) or 18 miles (28km)

    Take the day to enjoy the sights of Beaune, visit the famous Hotel-Dieu or have a peek inside the mustard factory. Alternatively, choose from two optional circular cycle rides. 

  • Day 3: Beaune - Chassey le Camp 16 miles (25km)

    Cycle through the wine making villages of Volnay, Pommard and some of the Grand Cru vineyards. You will have many opportunities for tasting wine on your way to Chassey le Camp – a hub for world-class whites.

  • Day 4: Chassey le Camp - Dracy Le Fort 16 miles (25 km)

    Cycle along quiet country roads and cycle paths to reach the small village of Dracy Le Fort, next to the Côte Chalonnaise vineyards. 

  • Day 5: Dracy Le Fort - Cluny 27 miles (44km)

    Cycle along the Green Way cycle path that follows an old railway line, which was France's first cycle path! Arrive early in Cluny to give yourself time to visit the Abbey and the stud farm. 

  • Day 6: Cluny - Macon 17 miles (28km)

    Leaving Cluny, the terrain becomes a little more hilly. If you have time, stop off at the Berze Le Chatel Castle and then pass through the longest European cycle tunnel and the val Martinien wine region on your way to Macon.

  • Day 7: Depart from Macon

    Check out after breakfast and make your way home or continue your holiday in France.


3* Hotels and one 2* Hotel

We use a pool of 3 star hotels and one 2 star hotel to maximise our availability for this tour, so regardless of the time of year we do our best to secure your dates of choice. The accommodation often has a lovely local flair, with a chance to experience local life with an authentic flavour of your destination. Three of the hotels have swimming pools.

  • Five nights in 3* hotels and one night in a 2* hotel - some with outdoor swimming pools
  • Breakfast included, half board available
  • Secure bike storage
  • Luggage transferred each day

Dates & Prices

Please click on a departure date for price options at a glance 

Price includes

  • 5 nights in 3 star hotels and 1 night in a 2 star hotel
  • Board basis: Bed and breakfast
  • Luggage transportation
  • Maps and route information
  • GPS tracks available on request
  • Local contact number for assistance

Price excludes

  • Flights and transfers
  • Bike hire
  • Entrance fees and visits

Child reductions

  • Child up to 11 years sharing with 2 adults: 25%

Solo Travellers - please enquire

Which hotel?

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Bike Hire & Extras

Bike hire

Pannier, handlebar bag, repair kit, spare inner tube, pump and lock all included at no extra cost when you hire a bike.

Helmets can also be provided at no extra charge if required - please advise at time of booking.

Hybrid bike
Bike hire

Hybrid 21/24 gear with pannier

E-bike hire - on request

With pannier

Child bike
Child bike hire
Child tag-along
Child trailer or tag-along


You can add these when you price your trip

Board upgrade (B&B included)

Half Board

Extra nights

Macon 3* - 2 share (bed & breakfast)
Macon 3* - single room (bed & breakfast)
Beaune 3*- 2 share (bed & breakfast)
Beaune 3* - single room (bed & breakfast)
Cluny 2* - 2 share (bed & breakfast)
Cluny 2* - single room (bed & breakfast)

How to Get There

Getting there

Fly to Paris or Lyon

Take the train (SNCF) to Beaune. 

Alternatively, take the Eurostar to Paris.

Getting back

Take the train (SNCF) from Macon.

Fly from Paris or Lyon

Alternatively, take the Eurostar from Paris.

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out of 5

The perfect combination of exercise, fabulous food and wine with a beautiful backdrop of Burgundy, all put together brilliantly by FT. Thank you.

David Recaldin, UK, August 2018
out of 5

We had a wonderful 5 day trip with our younger two through Burgundy by bike. The weather was pampering us and all the arrangements of Freedom Treks were all as planned. Accommodation was good in every town we came to and we would recommend this to anyone planning a first trip with younger children (7 &9 years).

Orri Ingthorsson, Iceland, August 2018

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