Paris to Burgundy is just a short trip by high speed train. For the golf players who like walking and rambling, Burgundy boasts thousands of kilometres, with Regional Nature Reserves but also châteaux, spas and high quality restaurants.
Dijon has inherited a unique cultural and architectural treasuresand is an emblematic city of haute cuisine and lifestyle.
Beaune is the beautiful wine capital of Burgundy, its charms are such that you will probably retrace those steps time and again to visit illustrious sites like the Hospices de Beaune where the famous annual charity wine auction is held each November.
Beaune is a great place for foodies with patisseries, charcuteries and chocolatiers during your stay, taste the famous traditional products Mustard, gingerbread, 'crème de cassis', Kir (traditional local aperitif). In half a day, a day or more, professionals and wine lovers can share great insight with you, and offer you a unique opportunity to learn the techniques of production, to visit small producers but also to realize the dream of entering the world of magic and mystery of the great wines of Burgundy.
Two golf courses are located in the very heart of the wine regions but many more exist in the surroundings
Golf de Dijon
A first class, varied 18-hole course located two minutes away from Dijon, created in 1971: technically demanding holes, flat bunkers and wide fairways, making it ideal for players of all levels. It is the home of several golf competitions of which the Dijon Open is the most famous. Quiet, beautiful woodland setting and gently rolling fairways.
The Golf de Beaune-Levernois is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of Beaune, 18 holes for registered golfers, 9-hole pitch-and-putt for beginners.A vast grass course, nine lakes with thousands of planted trees and all the bunkers you could wish for a great day of golf.
Experience one of the starred Michelin restaurants
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