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Discover the hotel barge cruises and self-drive boat trips on France’s magnificent Burgundy Canal.

The calm inland waterways climb from the rivers Saône and Yonne heading high into rolling hills, which are covered in dense forests of oak and elm. As you cruise along the canal, you’ll pass through villages and small towns with typical bistros to enjoy, as well as markets and shops to delve into. Medieval castles, ancient abbeys and fortified walls remain standing and waiting. Noble vineyards with the greatest crus, and wine cellars with the best years, are close by and offer you the opportunity of wine tasting. Moreover, there are miles of paths and lanes for strolling or cycling along.

This is Burgundy: the heart of France.
Take your time and savour a great land.

Canal cruise offers

Special offers

2016 promises to be a wonderful season with our specially selected choice of barge cruises and boat holidays. As always, we’re offering a range of discounts throughout the season.

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Hotel barge trips on the canal

Hotel barge trips

Discover the finest barge cruises in Burgundy
From 2 to 12 passengers
Short or 7 day and up to 15  day cruises
Charters or individuals and groups
An exclusive & luxurious experience.

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Self-drive rental boats

Self-drive rental boats

The best choice of hire boats, from luxurious modern cruisers to traditional canal boats, all fully equipped and ready to go. Enjoy a one-way or return trip on the canals and rivers. Impartial advice from our experienced team.

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Burgundy promises you…

The great noble wines of Burgundy such as Pommard, Volnay, Beaune, Corton and Vosne. Discover the traditional cuisine with delicious cooking ideas and recipes.

Journey back in time via black and white postcards. A wealth of historical places await you such as medieval castles, Gothic churches, cathedrals, museums.

Learn more about the region