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The surrounding area

Welcome to the picturesque surroundings of Ladoix-Serrigny in Burgundy. Discover the Route des Grands Crus, explore Beaune, the capital of Burgundy wines, enjoy hikes and bike rides through the vineyards, visit charming villages, discover the rich cultural heritage and take part in local events, including the grape harvest. These surroundings offer an unforgettable experience for wine lovers, nature enthusiasts and the culturally curious.

Route des Grands Crus

Ladoix-Serrigny lies at the heart of Burgundy's famous Route des Grands Crus. This picturesque route winds through the region's most prestigious vineyards, offering the chance to taste exquisite wines at renowned wine estates. Explore appellations such as Pommard, Meursault and Gevrey-Chambertin, where you can appreciate the subtleties of each terroir.

Hospices de Beaune

The Hospices de Beaune, also known as the Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune, was founded in the 15th century, in 1443 to be precise. They were established by Nicolas Rolin, chancellor to the Duke of Burgundy, and his wife Guigone de Salins. The hospices were designed to care for the region's poor and sick. They became famous for their remarkable architecture, notably the colorful glazed tile roof, and are still a major historical and tourist site in Burgundy, France.

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Hiking and Cycling

The hills of Burgundy offer excellent hiking and cycling opportunities. Stroll through vineyards and forest trails to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and vineyards.

Discovering picturesque villages

Explore charming Burgundy villages such as Nuits-Saint-Georges, Pernand-Vergelesses and Aloxe-Corton, with their stone houses, narrow streets and quaint cafés.

Culture & Heritage

Discover the region's cultural heritage by visiting medieval castles, ancient churches and local museums. Burgundy is rich in history and tradition.

Gourmet cuisine

In Burgundy and Beaune you'll find a large number of world-class gastronomic restaurants, as well as several Michelin-starred restaurants such as Lameloise, Troisgros and Bernard l'Oiseau.