Learn more about the local wines and heritage
Whether you are a wine connoisseur or simply interesting in tasting some fine Burgundy wines, Meursault can teach you a great deal about both vines and wine. Meursault is a typical and indeed emblematic wine growing village, and the capital of Burgundy’s vintage white wine production.
There will be plenty to keep you busy! You can visit numerous estates and stroll around our precious vineyards, which have recently been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is so much to see and enjoy, on foot, by bike or in the car!
Bike hire - Tennis
A mere 150m from Le Clos d'Isand'Or, the Grappe d'Or campsite offers bikes for hire from April to October.
What’s more, the Beaune-Santenay bike trail passes right alongside Le Clos d'Isand'Or: what better way to spend a day?
Tennis courts are also available. However, it is a good idea to book both these activities a day or two in advance (+33 (0)3 80 21 22 48).
The local Tourist Office can provide details of some 29 hiking trails that meander around the Côte de Beaune area, several of which either leave from or pass through Meursault. These trails vary in length and difficult, ensuring that there is something for everyone, from occasional walkers to experienced hikers. Further information on-site.
More unusual ways to visit the region
Do you fancy exploring the Côte de Beaune by hot air balloon or helicopter, in a horse-drawn carriage or on an engine-powered Solex bike? Go for it! There are so many fun-filled and usual ways to discover the region.
The Climats de Bourgogne terroirs were recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2015, confirming the truly exceptional nature of Burgundy’s wine making culture.
If you want to learn more about this unique heritage, we advise you to sample the wines and listen to the very souls of our wine makers. We can point you towards the best wine-tasting options and some great people to meet...
First and foremost, Meursault is an attractive stone-built village with lively streets. The polished tiles of its main square and town hall are a must-see; indeed, they have even starred on the silver screen in La Grande Vadrouille.
And you cannot come to the Côte de Beaune without visiting its principal city, Beaune. The city’s Hospice is an architectural gem with an extraordinary history: do not miss it! Then, absorb and enjoy the city’s leisurely atmosphere, visit its museums, explore its vaults, walk around the city walls…
There is so much to see and do, we can’t list it all: let us know what you enjoy and we’ll provide you with as much information as we can.