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Price and Availability Index in Burgundy
Holiday Letting Price Information in Burgundy
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Burgundy. It is during a week of October (27/10 - 03/11) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. The week with the lowest average prices is in September (14/09 - 21/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Burgundy
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Burgundy. In a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), 37% of the holiday homes are booked. April (06/04 - 13/04) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The weather in Burgundy
Find the Burgundy climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Burgundy with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 26°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 0° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Try UNESCO protected wines with Burgundy holiday homes
Famous for its wine, the Burgundy region of France is populated by idyllic villages, medieval abbeys and Renaissance châteaus. Glorious rolling hills are filled with mustard fields and vineyards, the latter of which are considered so intrinsic to local viticulture that they were recently granted UNESCO World Heritage Status.
Tastes of Burgundy
Boeuf bourguignon is the regional dish, which has travelled far beyond Burgundy's borders for its satisfyingly rich flavours, based on its key ingredient; Burgundy's red wine. Try the famous Époisses cheese, produced in a charming small village by the same name. There's even a medieval castle in town.
Burgundy's prestigious vineyards produce some of the world's priciest vintages. The majority are made in a thin strip running from the south of Dijon to the west of Saône. Big names include Gevrey-Chambertin, Vosne-Romanee, Pommard and Clos Vougeot. So valuable are their grapes, that some vineyards are protected by iron gates.
Treasures of the terroir
There is history around every corner in Burgundy. The region's famous dukes ploughed a fortune into the world's mustard capital, Dijon. The hills are crowned with some of the most exquisite Romanesque buildings in Europe.
The Vezelay basilica, Cluny and Fontenay abbeys are spellbinding, and don't miss the castles. Italian Renaissance style Château d'Ancy le Franc is an impressive example, while Château de Cormatin miraculously withstood the French Revolution.
National parks and world-famous wines
In the rolling green hills of Burgundy, Morvan National Park stretches for a thousand square miles. Littered with lakes and idyllic fortified villages, it's the perfect place to burn off some of those wine calories with an invigorating hike. Boating and cycling are blissful in its unspoiled environs, and you can also go cycling and boating.
One of the region's most serene spots is the Canal du Nivernais, and the famous vineyards of Cote d'Or call to you with their bucolic charm.
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