Posts from Staying in the Beaujolais region

  • Staying in the Beaujolais region: a matter of taste

    Whether you're attracted to the hilly landscapes and the closely packed rows of vines in the Beaujolais region, particularly fond of the small villages surrounded by cru-producing vineyards or you’ve fallen for the Tuscan feel of the Pierres Dorées, you can find fantastic accommodation anywhere you go in the Beaujolais region.

  • The Beaujolais: a quality welcome

    A friendly welcome and a sociable atmosphere is part of the lifestyle in the Beaujolais region. Wine tourism professionals like winegrowers carry on this tradition by making a point of always extending a very warm welcome to visitors. And it works! Everyone who comes to the Beaujolais region leaves completely bowled over.

  • Coming to Beaujolais: Lyon's winegrowing area

    Tempted by a food and wine break in a lively and friendly atmosphere? The Beaujolais region is "THE place to be" for your foodie holidays. Car, plane, train… Hop into your favourite means of transport and pop over to the south-east corner of France to discover the fabulous winegrowing landscapes, the villages of Pierre Dorées (Golden Stones) country and try out the specialities and wines of the Beaujolais region.


    Lyon is a city where three great rivers flow: the Rhône, the Saône and the BEAUJOLAIS”  Léon Daudet