Cycle !

Cycle ! Some links for great bike tours A mobile application so you don’t get lost: Ballades en Bourgogne   Explore Burgundy by bike: Site de Bourgogne Tourisme   Burgundy tour: Tour de Bourgogne à vélo   Circuits de Vélotourisme … Read More

Move, Play, Relax…

Moving, Playing, Relaxing… Swimming, Water sports The construction of the Burgundy canal (1775, 242 km) led to the creation of numerous reservoirs which are charming and romantic lakes. For a walk, the lake of Cercey is ideal. The tour takes … Read More

Explore, visit, discover

Explore, Discover, Visit A few non-exhaustive suggestions : Saint Thibault The abbey church of Saint Thibault, located 6 minutes from the Pré Germain. This Benedictine priory has undergone multiple renovations but remains a little marvel. More informations : WIki / … Read More

Our answers to your questions

Our answers to your questions When was the Pré Germain built? We do not know exactly when the house was built. It probably dates from two distinct periods, part of it dating from the 18th century. The Napoleonic land register … Read More

The “Baldériciens”

The "Baldériciens" Beurizot is a small village but its inhabitants are incredibly rich in personality, independence and know-how. Some examples…. (For more information, click on the photos) Emilie JEANNIN Breeder / Founder of "Boeuf Ethique" (Ethical Beef) With her brother … Read More


Restaurants Some recommended restaurants in the area: At Mont Saint Jean (10 minutes) : Le Médiéval : Tel +33 3 80 64 35 54 A good little restaurant in the heart of a beautiful village that has kept its architectural … Read More

Where to go shopping?

Where to go shopping? As far as “basic” shops are concerned, the busiest small town is Pouilly en Auxois, 10 minutes from Beurizot. There are three bakeries in Pouilly, a good organic grocery shop (“L’épicerie Comptoir“/ opposite the church) and … Read More