8 days from €1194
4.8 out of 5
Easy–Moderate Bike Tour in France
It is said the best wine can be found in Burgundy. It is said that the best cycling can be experienced here as well. Why not combine the two? Burgundy can be compared to Provence, but without the…
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Richard H.5 months ago
The city of Dijon is a wonderful place to spend a few days before starting on this tour. Riding from Dijon, which I loved, I was struck by how soon I was riding through wine country. The terrain is very gentle and the vineyards are beautiful. I stopped at several vineyards and sampled some very nice pinot noir, Chardonnay and rosé wines. I found several wineries that were recommended to visit, and a few that I went off the tour route to find. The weather was beautiful, the accommodation was nice and the wineries were world class.
Tony M.7 months ago
Overall the entire biking experience was fantastic even for non-bikers like 3 of the 4 in our group. E-bikes made all the difference. There were some miscommunications with the Tripsite team hear in the US, but the actual tour operators, Active Tours, who are in country did a phenomenal job of picking up the ball. If it has been a while since you were on a bike, I would double the time to get to each scheduled reservation for wine tasting. But once you get into the groove, being able to ride the "Route of the Grand Crus" and taste the wine along the way it will be an unforgettable experience.
Randy R.1 year ago
Burgundy is a wonderful place for a bike tour. Dijon and Beaune have nice tourist sites, and we ate well and had excellent wine throughout. We especially liked the restaurant at Hotel Le Dracy.The routes were nice, highlighted by the bike path along the canal between Beaune and Dracy. The hybrid bicycles were good, if a little heavy for those of us used to road bikes. We had no mechanical issues.
steven w.2 years ago
From start to finish we had a great time and definitely lived up to all expectationswill definitely do another trip next year and for longercommunication with staff on arrival (Paul Garcia) and luggage forwarding was very goodaccommodation was excellent in Dijon at Hotel des Ducs and Chateauneuf was charmingI would definitely suggest air con as essential at that time of year, we had two hotels without and suffered as a resultDirections around Nolay were very confusing and we lost an hour & a half trying to work it our but I can think of worse places to be stuck!
Gary N.4 years ago
The hotels were great & friend