Classic Burgundy Cycling

From $1919 per person

****# Based on 28 customer reviews
  • Exceptionally relaxed, varied cycling: peaceful canal paths, riverside trails, country lanes, Morvan National Park
  • Historical interest-packed itinerary: beautiful Gothic churches, superb Renaissance chateaux, Christendom's finest Romanesque abbey at Vezelay
  • Colourful canal barges, pretty river ports and beaches
  • Excellent hotels, full of atmosphere
  • Taste world- famous wines

What's included?

  • Please call for departure dates
  • 8 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • All continental breakfasts and 6 evening meals included
  • Managed locally by Headwater employed representative
  • Sustainability rating: 87%
  • Headwater wine service
  • Route notes and maps provided
  • High quality bikes provided
  • Optional electric bikes
  • Luggage transfers between hotels

Excellent for...

Classic Burgundy Cycling

Burgundy is noted as a place of artistic and historical interest, famous for its Romanesque heritage and architecturally interesting towns and villages. It's famous too for its exceptional wines and delicious food, and is often described as 'the land of great art and good living'.

This eight night tour provides a real connoisseur's guide to Burgundy: the wines, the towns and the strategic importance of the waterways over the centuries. The cycling is relaxed and undemanding, often along canal towpaths or riverside trails, and takes you through rolling countryside, with vineyards and cherry orchards to the north, and flower-filled meadows and woods to the south. Highlights include prehistoric Arcy, the Roman baths at St-Pere, the famous Mary Magdalene Basilica at Vezelay, a UNESCO heritage site and, of course, a plethora of fine wine-tasting opportunities. The routes have been specially designed to allow for lazy riverside lunches with lots of scope to potter around the pretty canal ports and their tiny villages.

Your accommodation is hand-picked for its charm and character. The family-run Hotel Normandie in Auxerre was converted from a maison bourgeoise and is perfectlysituated to explore the mediaeval town. Louis Philippe, the French King (1830 to 1848) is reputed to have stayed in your next hotel at Vermenton and a warm welcome awaits you here. In Vezelay you stay in a former manor house overlooking the magnificent C12 basilica, while in Clamecy the Auberge de la Chapelle has a converted chapel as its dining room.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Auxerre

There's time to explore the mediaeval lanes and pretty port of Auxerre before dinner in town; you have plenty of choice of restaurants within a couple of minutes' walk.

Day 2 Auxerre to Vermenton 27km/17mi or 34km/21.5mi

It's easy pedalling along the canal and river paths for your first day with the popular option of a spot of wine tasting at the renowned Bailly wine cellars en route. Enjoy a riverside lunch at the restaurant in Vincelottes then, in the afternoon, its on to mediaeval Cravant, with its little port. Quiet canal paths lead from here to Vermenton. For a more energetic route, leave the river path at Escolives to explore the Roman villa. It's then on through the cherry orchards and vineyards of Coulanges-la-Vineuse before taking the canal path from Accolay into Vermenton

Day 3 - At Vermenton

Take the train to Arcy, a village steeped in Roman history. You can visit the prehistoric caves here. Alternatively, there are plenty of lovely relaxing spots in Vermenton, with the Parc des Iles, a shady park made up of bridge-linked islands on the River Cure, a particular highlight

Day 4 Vermenton to Vezelay 40km/25mi

Head south along tranquil canal paths overtaking the snail-paced barges and boats; it's easy to spot grey herons, egrets or green woodpeckers along the way. At pretty Merry-sur-Yonne, pause at this scenic spot to watch climbers on the Saussois rock-face which is rich in rare fossils. These rocks were once part of a Jurassic coral reef and are now a geological Mecca for climbers. It's then on to Chatel-Censoir where you leave the river and head off through shaded woods (look out for the hoopoe) to your grand 3* hotel superbly situated opposite the old gates of Vezelay's walled city and its beautiful Basilica of Mary Magdalene.

Day 5 - At Vezelay

The C12 basilica is a masterpiece of sacred art and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's the largest church in France, and was the launching point for two Crusades; visitors flock here to pay homage to the tomb containing the remains of Mary Magdalene. To see a recreation of how the midday sun at the summer solstice reflects nine pools of light leading the way up to the altar, visit the Maison du Visiteur on your way up to the basilica; it's a special experience to listen to the sung service at 12.30 on weekdays or Vespers at 18:00. A short walk takes you to the village of St-Pere-sous-Vezelay and its ornate Gothic church, or you can visit the nearby Roman Baths or Fontaines Salees

Day 6 - Vezelay to Clamecy 32km/20mi or 45km/28mi

You pedal on quiet roads through the Morvan Natural Park with an option to visit the beautifully furnished C12 Chateau de Bazoches on the way. King Richard the Lionheart stayed here before departing on the 3rd Crusade! Your route then heads west, through sleepy hamlets of the Morvan valley, returning to the River Yonne and the canal paths that lead you to mediaeval Clamecy. Here you'll stay as guests of M et Mme Jardin at their auberge, just a short stroll from the pretty port. With a beautifully converted C12 chapel for a dining room, eating here will be a memorable experience.

Day 7 - At Clamecy

Clamecy, often nicknamed 'Little Venice of Morvan' is a popular tourist port on the River Yonne and has played an important role in the region's water-based history, largely due to the Flotteurs du Bois or the floating logmen who have been carrying logs downstream since the C16. The excellent Musee Romain Rolland retraces their history and is well worth a visit. After lunch at one of Clamecy's pavement cafes, pedal beside the river, taking time to watch the canal boats before enjoying a swim from the river beaches at the Cirque, a limestone cliff amphitheatre near the delightful village of Chevroches

Day 8 Clamecy to Cravant/Auxerre 42km/26.5mi

Your final day's cycle couldn't be easier; you ride mainly on canal paths, with some short sections on quiet, totally flat roads. You pedal past a former C14 Chartreuse on your way to Chatel-Censoir, a chateau and C16 church of St Potentien. Look out for osprey, cormorant and beaver, as you pass fishermen hoping to catch a trout or carp. At Cravant put your bike on the train (we provide a ticket) for the last 18km back to your hotel at Auxerre.

Day 9 - Leave Auxerre

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

If you'd like to keep your bikes with you for any extra nights we can arrange this for you for just £25 per adult per day and £18 per child per day. Please contact us on 1-800-567-6286 for further details.

Hotel Normandie , Auxerre   (3 star)

Hotel Normandie , Auxerre

This hotel was originally a maison bourgeoise until it was converted into a hotel by an ex-pâtissier! It has now been in Mme Ramise's family for over 45 years.

The hotel only provides breakfast, although à la carte room service is possible (very reasonably priced and a good selection of hot and cold dishes). However, it's fun to explore the lovely town of Auxerre and there are plenty of good restaurants in all price ranges within 5-15 minutes walk.

There's a public swimming pool in the town and a sauna at the hotel (approx 7€). There is a secure closed garage behind the hotel (5€ per day) or free parking in front (ask at reception).

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine

15 Place Voltaire, Vermenton   (3 Acorn)

15 Place Voltaire, Vermenton

15 Place Voltaire is a charming chambre d'hotes run by Mark and Alison Walters. The rooms here are all individually and stylishly decorated and all have an ensuite bathroom equipped with hairdryers and bathrobes.

Meals are taken in a local restaurant. There is also a kitchen available for your use for preparing and storing those all important picnics and bottles of water!




Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television
  • Tea/coffee facilities

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine

Hotel SY Les Glycines   (4 acorn)

Kandinsky Room at SY Les Glycines

Hotel Les Glycines is situated just 50m from the Basilica and has been recently renovated from a C18 townhouse to create a charming hotel with 13 individually decorated well equipped rooms. Breakfast and à la carte evening meals are taken at the sister hotel La Terrasse, just 50m up the hill beside the Basilica.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine

Auberge de la Chapelle, Clamecy   (2 Star)

Auberge de la Chapelle, Clamecy

The Auberge de la Chapelle really does have a Chapel, it's the hotel's dining room! The beautiful C12 chapel was once a hospital church bequeathed to the Bishops of Bethlehem by William IV of Nevers who died on the Crusades. As many as 50 bishops worked and worshiped at the chapel until the Revolution, when it was sold and then converted into a hotel at the end of the C19. The auberge overlooks the river Yonne and its pretty port of canal and river boats, it's a pleasant after-dinner stroll to wander down to the port and admire the moored boats and take a ‘digestif' at a pavement cafe in the cobbled mediaeval old town. Monsieur and Madame Jardin have been welcoming cyclists of all nationalities to their popular auberge for many years. The bedrooms are set back from the chapel, in a converted stable block across an internal courtyard and the chapel restaurant makes an unusual backdrop for your evening meal of traditional Bourguignon fare.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Swimming pool



Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Hotel Le Senat , Paris   (4 Star)

Hotel Le Senat , Paris

The 4* Le Senat is simply stunning! There are just 41 rooms, all stylishly furnished and a couple of suites with terraces, if you really fancy splashing out! All have satellite television, mini bar, air-conditioning, safe and hairdryer, plus Internet access.

The hotel has its own small bar - adorned with photographs of eminent artists, being in the heart of the artists' quarter - plus a reading room with complimentary internet access.

Breakfast is taken in the basement, where you'll find a copious buffet of viennoiseries, cereals, fruit salad, ham, cheese, bread, yoghurt, bacon, eggs, sausage, fruit juices, tea or coffee. If you prefer, you can have a continental breakfast served to your room at no extra charge.

Le Senat is perfectly located on a quiet side street just a stone's throw away from the Luxembourg Gardens and metro, and a 5 minute walk from the vibrant Latin quarter, where you'll find a plethora of restaurants to suit all budgets.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Hotel St Louis, St Omer   (2 Star)

Hotel St Louis, St Omer

A traditional hotel in the town centre - very convenient for the channel ports and also for exploring St Omer itself - an aristocratic town that boasts the finest Cathedral in Northern France.

The hotel has two restaurants. One of these has an airy modern feel, the other is more intimate with low lighting and a brick 'cellar' feel. There is also a residents' bar: le Flo.

The rooms are furnished in a simple but appealing style and all have an en suite bathrooms.

The hotel also has private parking for its guests.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine

Travel options

Transfers included from Auxerre train station at 15:23 Mon-Sat & 17:21 Sun, and back to Auxerre train station at 11:15.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email info@breakaway-adventures.com to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Mr Newberry on 28/09/2016

*****
A great introduction to the pleasure of a cycling holiday, wonderful varied scenery with ever changing views at every turn and well chosen stopovers.

Reviewed by Mr McGinn on 23/09/2016

*****
Good, bikes, good hotels, delicious food and wine, what more could you wish for.

Reviewed by Mr Francies on 30/08/2016

***#.
Harder work than I expected - August too hot for long cycles - Restaurants selected weere good

Reviewed by Mr Clayton on 20/07/2016

***#.
OK but accommodation, especially Auberge de la Chappelle, which was pretty poor, ordinary for the price and not representing good value.

Reviewed by Mr Browne on 15/09/2015

*****
Easy cycling with great wine tasting opportunities.

Reviewed by Mr Athroll on 15/09/2015

*****
An initial problem with the rail tickets (we were not allocated seats with those with whom we were travelling) was sorted out speedily and new tickets allocated. In addition, due to the illness of one of the party members Ross picked up 2 members along with the luggage on the last cycling day. This removed a lot of stress/worry of getting back to Auxerre. Overall a thoroughly enjoyable holiday (despite the illness) and the weather was kind too! Apart from the Auberge in Clamecy the rating of the food relates to breakfast only as meals were taken elsewhere.

Reviewed by Mr Reynolds on 06/08/2015

*****
Our first cycling holiday and it was a PERFECT introduction! Looking forward to the next one.

Reviewed by Mr Curtis on 23/07/2015

***#.
Annual fitness check up for the occasional cyclist and food lover

Reviewed by Mrs Colquhoun on 24/06/2015

***#.
Overall a good holiday well organised excellent friendly reps and a good variety of hotels some excellent some very good weather could have been a little better!

Reviewed by Mrs Thomas on 15/06/2015

***#.
Lovely to have everything arranged for us ; quiet cycling routes and accommodation planned by people with local knowledge and luggage taken care of . All we had to do was relax and enjoy the holiday ! Not Headwaters fault , but coming back on May 31st , we arrived at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport to find that we had been put on Standby and had no seats allocated . We have since learned that this is common practice by airlines but we did spend a stressful couple of hours before being told that we could get on the 13.05 flight for which we had reservations .

Reviewed by Mrs Sanderson on 06/10/2014

*****
Lovely area with some very good cycle routes. The accommodation and meals were excellent. The cycling was relatively easy, however you could add extra mileage and create longer routes if you wanted. We had a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday which was organised without fault.

Reviewed by Mr Norman on 18/09/2014

*****
excellent route but day excursions not clear. change hotel in clamacy as poor accommodation and food try hotel poste .

Reviewed by Mr Dunn on 11/09/2014

*****
This was absolutely our best holiday to date. Excellently planned, organized and looked after by our rep - Ross, we felt free to enjoy the delights of the Burgundy region. We loved the bikes and the routes made sure we saw the very best of the countryside and avoided any major roads. The opportunity to swim at designated places in the river Yonne was the icing on the cake - it was truly a 'Swallows and Amazon' experience. Fabulous scenery, weather, food and of course, wine - sheer bliss. Can't wait to go again - anywhere - as long as it's organized by Headwater. Thank you so much.
Headwater response:
Dear Mr Dunn, Thank you for taking the time to complete your post-holiday feedback questionnaire. We were delighted to see that you enjoyed your time in the Burgundy region of France and that you rated this holiday your best to date! It really does sound like you had a great time. It was also great to see that you felt well looked after by our Rep Ross, he was thrilled to receive your lovely comments too. We look forward to welcoming you on another of our holidays in the future. Yours sincerely, Headwater Customer Service team.

Reviewed by Mr Fiske on 10/07/2014

*****
The 'one plus' category was about right if you did not take any of the optional trips on the 'at' days or alternative routes. If you do, that will make it a 'two' bike holiday. For example, the hills in and out of Vezelay are challenging so once there we did not want to make any trips out only to have to climb back again. On previous Headwater holidays we have always cycled the suggested routes on the rest days.

Reviewed by Mr O'Loughlin on 03/06/2014

***#.
Helpful Headwater staff . Location was a bit boring compared to the Loire or the Dordogne regions.

Reviewed by Ms Warren on 08/09/2013

*****
Headwater provide all the component parts for an excellent acivity holiday: great equipment and instructions, helpful and knowledgeable guides, and a great choice of locations and hotels.

Reviewed by Mr Taylor on 15/08/2013

*****
hassle free and relaxing with no worries

Reviewed by Mr Sharp on 05/08/2013

*****
Once again Headwater delivers. The entire holiday experiance was fantastic ( this was our third Headwater holiday - and we are already planning TWO next year) and will live long in the memory - even those Burgundian undulating hills!

Reviewed by Mr Asbrey on 14/07/2013

*****
This was an well organised holiday, backed up with excellent support from the people on the ground. Very impressive bikes. All the hotels had certain core values. clean, great food.lovely staff, Great service, The routes were interesting and challenging. We loved it. It was good fun.

Reviewed by Mrs Callens on 06/07/2013

***#.
This is a lovely, relaxing yet energising holiday for reasonably fit people of all ages. We are in our early sixties and only cycle a few times a month and never for more than 15 km at a time. The route in Burgundy is mostly flat, in beautiful countryside along the river Yonne and the Canal de Nivernais. We did find the second half of day 5 (to Vezelay) quite hard and had to walk a few stretches but that helped to return the blood flow to some nether parts. We liked the flexible arrangements, with the option between a shorter and a longer route on some days. Being able to have a rest day on alternative days was also good, especially where there were interesting things to do locally. We particularly enjoyed roaming through picturesque Clamecy on the Sunday morning, visiting the church (where there was a well attended mass), then having a drink in La Taverne, followed by a light lunch in the Hotellerie de La Poste. Most of the afternoon was spent in the Musee Romain Rolland, where we particularly enjoyed the brilliant Charles Loupot posters and the history of the ' Flotteurs' We discovered the delightful secret garden at the Auberge de la Chapelle a little late in the day but would highly recommend it to other travellers. We would definitely consider another cycling holiday with Headwater but would prefer to have the B&B option on all days in order to maximise flexibility.

Reviewed by Mrs Thomas on 28/06/2013

*****
Cycling through Burgundy was a wonderful experience. The fields sprinkled with bright red poppies and blue cornflowers was breathtaking. We had a 'day off' cycling in Veselay and wandered around the town and basillica. We also went to vespers in the Basillica which was amazing. The food was also excellent in the hotels/restaurants chosen by Headwaters. Cycling in a surprising hot spell was more difficult than anticipated, but still manageable and the last few days when it had cooled down were a joy.

Reviewed by Ms Giggey on 18/06/2013

*****
Headwaters is an excellent holiday company, provides very good information about the holidays and is extremely good value for money. The only small concerns I personally had was how unfit I really was (there were more hills than I had anticipated even at Level 1! ) and the service at the Hotel de la Poste et du Lion d'Or was a bit confusing e.g. when we arrived, there was no obvious bar service and the hotel receptionist eventually found and brought us our long - anticipated drinks outside. For dinner, we were given the exact menu 2 days in a row (with no plat du jour or alternatives) and we weren't sure if that was the arrangment or not. When we asked about it, the waiter also seemed confused. However, the Chef then provided an alternate menu that was absolutely one of the most beautiful meals I have ever eaten; the presentation was superlative and the tastes even better than that! Regarding cycling instructions: 99% were spot on! Small confusion at Chateau Censoir - the statement that ' the marine port is to your right' when leaving the town is confusing - suggest removing that bit and just note 'from the square, with the Mairie on your left, carry on to the junction and and then turn right'. In terms of the 'industrial area' for 2 kms when leaving Clamecy: we found the path totally paved and there were some small industries across theothe side of the river/canal? but that section also had lovely vegetable gardens etc. and really wasn't unpleasant at all. And finally,if one choses to take the train back from Cravant to Auxerre, there are no instructions as to getting back to the Hotel Normandie,nor is the rail station located on the map of Auxerre. But other than that, I was in awe of the detail provided for the routes. Thank you!

Reviewed by Mr Cocksedge on 29/09/2012

*****
The standard of accomodation, evening meals and rep care was extremely good and helped to offset the two hours of hill climbing that were involved in the "undulating" sections of the ride getting to Vezelay and then on to Clamecy. Our rest day at Vermeton we spent back in the saddle to retrace our steps to Vincelotte where I had left my cycling gloves on a picnic bench. To my surprise they were still there and we then cycled up the hill to Irancy where we had a very nice plate du jour in the local bar. We then cycled back down the hill turned left at the bottom to take the white road along to Cravant and so back to Vermenton. Auxerre and Vezelay were the highlights for us and overall this was a very enjoyable holiday.

Reviewed by Mrs Beck on 29/08/2012

***#.
Well organised, very efficiencent helpful local reps and some great places to stay. Route instructions were clear though sometimes hills were underestimated!

Reviewed by Mrs Kimber on 13/08/2012

*****
Although the quality of the food was excellent, choice was much too limited. It was not made clear that we could upgrade to a higher priced menu. I would suggest that an "allowance" is made per person per day to be set against any menu available. In Vezelay the ensuite was so small as to be practically useless. In Clamecy the wall shower fitting was broken. As we do not speak French it was not possible to have this rectified.

Reviewed by Mr Poultney on 30/06/2012

*****
very enjoyable holiday

Reviewed by Mr Pritchard on 30/06/2012

*****
Very enjoyable, with mostly very easy cycling and excellent route notes.

Reviewed by Mrs McInnes on 11/06/2012

*****
A w lender full cycle trip We did cycle through rain,thunder and lighning which will make it more memorable, We look forward to walking the camino in Spain wit you next year ,it will be our eight trip with you.

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Holiday details

Holiday type

Self-guided cycling, hotel-to-hotel. Managed locally by Headwater employed rep.

Departures

Please call for departure dates, for 9 days (8 nights). This holiday departs every 2 days, however non-standard arrivals and altered itineraries may be possible - please call for prices.

Meals

All continental breakfasts and 6 evening meals included.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Auxerre train station at 15:23 Mon-Sat & 17:21 Sun, and back to Auxerre train station at 11:15.

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