Canal Boat Holiday Adventure,
Bike and Barge French Wine Regions

Canal Boat Barge cruises are available  with a chef on board
Burgundy Canal include
a Culinary Barge  Cruise

The cruise will cover some
historic territory.
The Canal de Bourgogne or
Burgundy Canal provides north
to south access through France
and connects the Atlantic
Ocean with the
Mediterranean Sea
through the Rivers
Seine and
Yonne to the north, and the rivers

Rhone
and Saone to the south.
The area traversed by the canal is
some of the most scenic in
France and includes rolling farm
country, small villages built
in the 11th century, and imposing
hilltop castles and chateaus
of the Medieval period
The barge will carry bikes on
board for the passengers to
bike the farm roads and visit
the wine region villages.  


A van will follow and provide
transportation to the villages
and allow the passengers and
crew to shop for  the local
wines in the villages.
Much of the canal remains just
the way it was when
constructed in the 17th Century;
the locks operate by
hand for the most part and the
locking through process
can involve the passengers.
Building of the canal started with a plan in completely until 1832, when barges made the first crossing.
The Village of Pouilly en Auxios, north of meters above sea level. (1,240 feet)  
A three-kilometer tunnel (2.07 miles) is one of the intriguing features of this marvel of engineering
A complex system of reservoirs and feeder canals keeps the Burgundy Canal running and makes it an intriguing engineering accomplishment.
The burgundy Canal is a wonderful place to enjoy a canal boat holiday adventure with biking and cruising through a French wine region
Canal Boat Holiday barge cruises on the Burgundy Canal leave from the port of Dijon,  go north and then return
Bike and Barge French Wine Region, Burgundy Valley Canal Barge Tours on the Burgundy Canal

Burgundy Canal, Bike and Barge through the Burgundy Valley Wine Region on a culinary and wine tour.

Canal Boat Holiday, Bike and the Burgundy Canal
Canal Boat Holiday Barge Cruises out of the city of Dijon make one week culinary and wine trips on the Burgundy Canal


The
TGV high speed Train and a high speed toll highway reach Dijon from Paris.
Tour barges on a Bike and Barge Wine Region tour stop for the evening meal below the castles of 11 th century Chateauneuf-en-Auxoius
Bike and Barge through Eastern France's wine Region on a tour with stops for the night in the villages.
French Wine Regions on a Burgundy Canal Barge Cruise For a Canal Boat Holiday Adventure, Bike and Barge through the Burgundy Valley, France. The Burgundy Canal connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea
Canal Boat Holiday Adventures Barge through French Wine Regions and moor for the night below Medieval castles
Canal barges tie up for the night in the Burgundy Canal
Canal Boat
Wine Region
Best Time To Go To the Burgundy Valley:   
  • Cruise Season, Hiking and Biking
April to October  is canal cruise season and good times to go to Burgundy for Barge Tours, Dijon visits, biking and hiking along the canal and veloroutes, and the culinary cruise vacation.  
  • Weather
The weather in Burgundy is temperate March and April (50-75 F) Showers could come in any month but will be of short duration.  Weather is good in September October, great months to visit.
  • Low Season
From  April to mid May the barge tours and hotels will not be booked solid so prices are lowered.  Mid July and all of August can also offer lower prices because much of France goes on a six-week vacation.  The last two weeks of October can be low season and the end of the cruise season for some providers.
  • High season
Hotels in the area and barge trips have their high season, mid May to Mid July and early September to mid October.   
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