Burgundy

Burgundy is a region located in eastern France. It takes its name from a german tribe, the Burgundians (Burgondes) that inhabited it during the dark ages. Later on, Burgundy was a duchy that strongly opposed the French kingdom. Today, the region is famous for its wine, cattle and traditions.
Our photos were taken in various parts of Bugundy: the mountainous region of Morvan, Beaune and the Roche de Solutré.

Maconnais

 Maconnais

This is one of the areas of France when many villages have names that sound like famous wines: Pouilly, Vergisson, Mâcon... The area around Mâcon offers landscapes alternating vineyards on slopes,...

Puisaye

 Puisaye

The region of Puisaye is at the East of the Loire Valley, in the West of Burgundy. It is a nice area of forests and meadows, with small hills, with the town of Saint Fargeau at its center.