Boat vacations in Burgundy
Of the roughly 8000 km of inland waterways in France, more than 1200 are in Burgundy alone. It is here, the important hub in North-South and East-West traffic since time immemorial, that the waterways cross one another en route to the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea or the Black Sea. The diversity of these waterways and the various landscapes they cut through combine to form a real paradise for “hobby captains”, one that permits them to cruise in any direction they desire.

Snaily’s headquarters are located in Chagny in the middle of renowned wine regions such as Santenay, Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny, Rully and many more.

Recommended trips from Chagny:

Return trips:

1 week: to Louhans, Dole or Paray-le-Monial and back

2 weeks: to Savoyeux or Roanne and back


Conditions of navigation:

The waterways in Burgundy
The reputation Burgundy enjoys is due in large part to its gastronomy and wines. Consequently, you will find many restaurants along the waterways: from small bistros to three star gourmet temples.

Local tourist information offices inform you about places of interest and, especially in the summer, numerous cultural events.

VNF’s home page contains information on inland navigation regulations.