The Côte d’Or refers to both the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune. This is a narrow escarpment squeezed between a plain to the southeast and a plateau to the northwest. Travelers come to stay in Côte d’Or hotels for one major reason – the wine. The golden-reddish soil of the area produces some of the finest grapes in Central France. You can leave your hotels in Côte d’Or to explore the vineyards growing from Dijon to Santenay. Look in EasyToBook.com for ways to extend your holiday. Consider Côte d’Or cheap hotels to enable you to remain for more than a weekend. There is more to do in this area.
Beaune is all ramparts and encircling boulevards. It offers visitors fine wines, even in discount hotels. Côte d’Or’s Museum of the Wine of Burgundy is in Beaune. As well, you can visit the Hôtel Dieu. The roof tiles are the multi-colored hue found in burgundy. The hospice also features a Gothic fireplace in its kitchen as well as a pharmacy. In the Collégiale Notre Dame, you can see several 15th century woolen and silk tapestries.