arrow_back

Nuits-St-Georges / Beaune Le Tour de Bourgogne by bike

In the vineyards
24,40 Km
1 h 35 min
I cycle often
2 Voir toutes les photos Nuits-St-Georges / Beaune
Nuits-St-Georges
Beaune
This stage of the Burgundy Voie des Vignes à Vélo (Vineyard Way) links the region’s two most celebrated wine towns. Nuits-Saint-Georges makes a lively wine stop along the vine-covered slopes; Beaune impresses visitors with its rich architectural heritage and was once an historic residence of the Dukes of Burgundy. Although this is an unofficial stage, it is easy.
288.78 m 263.95 m

Route details

The route is not signposted. It takes you along small roads located between the vine slopes and the railway line. Take care entering Beaune as there are as yet no specific provisions for cyclists. The stage is provisional, but it is pretty easy to follow.

SNCF train services

Train stations at Nuits-St-Georges, Corgoloin and Beaune.
TER regional line Paris > Dijon > Beaune > Chalon > Mâcon > Lyon (numerous trains – bikes can be transported free of charge)
TGV high-speed line Paris > Dijon > Chalon, with limited spaces available for bikes when reserved in advance (up to 6 spaces for bikes per train, by reservation only).


Don’t miss

Nuits-St-Georges: a pleasant town for a stop-over – famous belfry – 13th-century church – museum and exhibitions - Comblanchien: marble quarry - Corgoloin: castles – 13th-century church - Beaune: the exceptional historic town centre – the Hospices, the stunning medieval hospital, now an historical and art museum – the collegiate church of Notre-Dame - Musée du Vin (wine museum), tel 03 80 22 08 19 – Musée des Beaux-Arts (fine arts museum).

Markets

Nuits-St-Georges: Friday mornings
Beaune: Wednesday and Saturday mornings

Tourist information

Nuits-St-Georges: tel 03 80 62 11 17
Beaune: tel 03 80 26 21 30

Caption
Cycle path
Links
By road
Alternatives
Mountain bike itinerary
Provisional itinerary