Our Les Nomades Hotel is a 15-minute walk from the historic centre of Beaune. Discover an endearing town, known as the Capital of Burgundy wines, its « Visiotrain » which allows you to visit […]
[…] the town without getting tired, and its incredible heritage in the flamboyant Gothic architecture of the Hôtel Dieu-Hospices de Beaune, a listed Historical Monument, with its glazed tile roofs in and its famous « Salle des pôvres » which was used as a setting for the film « La Grande Vadrouille ».
Burgundy has a network of cycling routes and green lanes which are unique in France. Around 1,000 km of signposted and secure cycling itineraries are reserved for cyclists.
If you are tempted to discover Burgundy by bike, our hotel has bikes (traditional and electric) for hire.
Electric Moustache hybrid bikes: €60 / day
Traditional Lapierre bike (a Burgundian brand based in Dijon): €35 / day
We provide an extra battery for the electric bikes.
The Climats de Bourgogne were added to the UNESCO world heritage on 4th July 2015. This was the recognition of the unique character of the vineyards between Dijon and Beaune and as far as Santenay.
Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Le Montrachet… names which enthral all wine enthusiasts … These villages with their enchanting names can all be reached in under 15 minutes by car.
On foot, by car, by bike, in a carriage, but also in an ultra-light, a helicopter or a hot-air balloon… there are many ways of visiting the Burgundian vineyard. The wine-growers will take you round their cellars to taste the exceptional vintages.
No need to present Beaune, the hotspot of wine and good food, it’s famous enough already. With its unusual shopping streets, a lot of them pedestrian, Beaune is a good place to wander around in, shop and enjoy the food.
There are around 500 shops in Beaune where you will find local crafts, regional produce and souvenirs and of course the nectars of the Burgundian vineyard. And in the many restaurants in the town you can sample the best Burgundian specialities.
We are available to help you book with our catering colleagues.
If you are keen on heritage, make the most of your stay and discover the wonders of the region’s heritage such as the Château de Pommard, 2 km from our hotel, the Cistercian abbey of Fontenay in Marmagne in the Côte d’Or […]
[…] which was founded in 12th century, or the Basilica of Sainte Marie-Madeleine in Vézelay, in the Yonne, both listed as Historical Monuments and declared World Heritage by Unesco.
On the way, you can stop off at the Muséoparc in Alesia and admire the statue of Vercingétorix.
And just a few minutes from your hotel, Dijon has no less than 5 museums: Musée des Beaux-Arts, François-Rude, Musée de la Vie Bourguignonne, Musée d’Art Sacré, and Musée Archéologique.
Whether you are staying in our hotel on your own, as a couple or with the family, there is no lack of things to do in the Pays Beaunois and in the area. All year round, there are folk festivals […]
[…] music festivals, traditional or not, theatre indoors or outdoors, night visits …
Don’t miss the great events such as in November, the great Vente des Vins des Hospices de Beaune, a prestigious charity auction of Burgundy wines, the Festival International du Film Policier de Beaune (Thriller film festival) in the spring, the festival d’Opéra Baroque in summer…
And if you are moviegoers, stop off at Meursault, where the film La Grande Vadrouille was shot. Guided visits are organised to discover the shooting locations and a whole host of anecdotes.