Is-sur-Tille is located in north of Dijon, capital of the Dukes of Burgundy.
In the Seine and Tille country, this small town, only 20 kilometers from the city of the Dukes brings you the comfort of staying in the countryside and the proximity with urban life. Nestled in a lush nature (forests and rivers), you will discover in this flowered city many bridges and walkways, pergola and Roseraie, the Charbonnel castle, the Saint Léger church, wash houses and pleasant Capuchin walk along the reach of Courtines, halls dating back to the fourteenth century.
Always in the territory of Seine and Tille visit one of the most beautiful villages in Côte d'Or Saint-Seine-Abbey and his Abbey Burgundian Gothic style. But also the villages of Salives, Champagny and his ecomuseum, Échevannes and his strong farm ditch.
To the historic center of the old duchy of Burgundy to the south of Nuits-Saint-Georges, follow the "Champs Elysees of the vine" to meet an unequaled architectural and cultural heritage.
In the heart of the city, the owl course will whisk you in 22 steps to enjoy the charm of Dijon Cathedral Saint Benign, via The Museum of Fine Arts, Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, Church Notre Dame and its famous gargoyles including the famous "owl."
Then you will start the beginning of the Route des Grands Crus, on the coast and Haute-Côte de Nuits, where you will first discover the presses of the Dukes of Burgundy, to continue on the road of castles and mansions that offer your eyes in the middle of an expanse of vineyards producing the best wines, including great red wines.
After, it succeeds Coast and Upper Côte de Beaune, which extends from the hill-Serrigny Ladoix Maranges, best known for the reputation of its white wines.
For people wishing to make wine tastings, the Côté Rivière Inn at Is-sur-Tille, near Dijon, puts you in contact with harvester’s owners of your choice. But also to visit the truffle.
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For your entertainment and tours, visit the page Côte d'Or Tourisme.