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Price and Availability Index Côte-d'Or
Holiday Letting Price Information in Côte-d'Or
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Côte-d'Or for the next twelve months. £107 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. However, in January (19/01 - 26/01), prices decrease to an average of £89 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Côte-d'Or
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in August (18/08 - 25/08), where 50% of the holiday lettings are booked. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Côte-d'Orin October (06/10 - 13/10).
The weather in Côte-d'Or
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Côte-d'Or, with temperatures going under -1°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
Art, wine and palaces await with a Cote d'Or holiday home
Art, history and gastronomic treats are among the delights on offer in the Cote d'Or. From world-class vineyards to impressionist masterpieces, this region is a goldmine for lovers of elegant culture.
The wine growing region of Burgundy is abundant in highly-regarded vineyards, including the famous vineyards of Chatillonnais, Auxois and Flavigny. Visit these to learn about the unique hard limestone soil and to taste the exquisite wines.
Spiced cakes known as gingerbread have been a speciality in Dijon for hundreds of years. The local honey cake, meanwhile, is accompanied by almonds and candied fruits, while the circular 'nonette' is another favourite. For more foodie delights, follow the snail trail through the region, while you can't leave without savouring some Dijon mustard in one of the numerous regional dishes that use it.
Abbeys and palaces
Head to the Abbey of Fontenay, a Romanesque treasure that's understandably a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Cistercian abbey is well preserved despite having been founded by Saint Bernard in 1118.
Once the 15th-century seat of the Duchy of Burgundy, Beaune rewards visitors with a myriad cultural and artistic gems. The Ducal Palace now houses a museum which explores the town's history, while the 580-hectare Pinot Noir vineyard is not to be missed.
Wineries and artworks
Dijon, Burgundy's capital, is home to its own Ducal Palace. You'll also find the Tower of Philippe le Bon, which houses the Museum of Fine Arts. One hundred and thirty thousand ancient artefacts and artworks can be admired here including pieces by Manet, Monet and Delacroix. To relax after exploring, visit the Jardin Darcy park or the Arquebuse Botanical Garden.
Fans of the film 'Chocolat' (2000) will enjoy a visit to Flavigny. This picturesque village exudes traditional French charm and is notable for its fortified walls and historic churches. You can even watch Monks making aniseed here.
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