Magazine - Burgundy

Magazine articles about Burgundy and its best sailing areas: Canal du Nivernais and the Loire's lateral canal.
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Cruising the Canal de Briare

The Canal de Briare is one of the oldest canals in France. For a quiet holiday with friends or family discover the city of Briare, located in the heart of France and famous for its bridge over the canal and its surroundings. A privileged destination for a weekend on houseboat or for a few days of holidays on the canal!
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River cruise in France: the 5 most beautiful destinations

Why don't you let yourself be tempted by a river cruise in France for your next holiday? With more than 8,000 kilometres of waterways, France has the largest river network in Europe: from the most picturesque villages to the locks, you will find in this article the 5 most beautiful destinations for sailing in France!
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Discovering Canal du Nivernais on boat

Burgundy offers one of the most beautiful waterway networks in France, including Canal du Nivernais, considered one of the most beautiful canals in France and Europe. Whether you are a beginner or have experience in the field of river navigation, let yourself be tempted by renting a boat on Canal du Nivernais and discover an original way to explore this region!
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A river cruise in Burgundy: discover the Canal latéral à la Loire

Burgundy, renowned for its vineyards and gastronomy, has the largest network of rivers and canals in France. Let yourself be tempted by a quiet cruise on the Canal latéral à la Loire between enchanting stops, rural landscapes and renowned vineyards.

Cruise on houseboat along Canal de Garonne

Less popular than Canal du Midi, Canal de Garonne and Canal du Midi together form the famous Canal des deux mers that links the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. While navigating under green plane trees, a cruise along the Canal de Garonne will allow you to explore Aquitaine, the region famous for its wines and cuisine.

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