Activities and tourism
In the heart of the Couchois area, the Domain of Rymska is a central and ideal place to discover Burgundy : the historic cities of Autun, Beaune, Chalon sur Saone, Cluny as well as castles and Abbeys, the wine route, the Canal du Centre.
The Domain proposes many on the spot activities : visits of the farm and stud farm, petanque, biking or hiking, fishing.
Enjoy a moment of relaxation by our heated swimming pool.
Accesible to hotel residents from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Rent electric bicycles
With nearly 1000 kms of cycle lanes in Burgundy, biking becomes a must.
Leave the Domain to travel through the surrounding nature and join the green road with its rustic scenery along the Canal du Centre…on your electric Moustache brand bicycle rented from us.
By the day or half a day, as you choose !
Other activities are also proposed at site with the petanque field on the side the vegetable garden (balls available on demand) or fishing in one of the 7 ponds of the Domain.
Découvrez la Bourgogne en Porsche !
Have you always dreamed of traveling to Burgundy wine road driving a Porsche?
Make your dream come true during your stay at Domaine de Rymska by driving , Cayenne or the famous 911.
1/2 Daily rental from € 350
Availability and information by phone or E-mail.
Discovering the vineyards from the sky
Take a flight over the vineyards of the Côte Chalonnaise or Côte de Beaune.
In partnership with Mont Blanc Hélicoptères, enjoy a flight over the most prestigious vineyards of Burgundy from Chalon sur Saône or from our Domaine.
Availability and information by phone or e-mail.
Only 30 kms away, Beaune is an unmissable stop on the Burgundy wine route, famous for its Hospices, its Notre Dame basilica, its wine and Fine Art museum, its Fallot Mustard factory (the last factory in activity in Burgundy).
Only 28 km away, at the gateway to the Morvan, Autun is a city of Art & History that is over 2,000 years old. With ten remains still standing, Autun is the richest Gallo-Roman site north of the Loire. In the 15th century, the city was shaped by Nicolas Rolin, who was also responsible for the famous Hospices de Beaune.
The Climat of Burgundy
Did you know it?
In Burgundy, a Climat is the name for a specific vineyard site, combining vine plots, grape variety and know-how.
Discover this unique millennial heritage and find out why each “climat” produces a specific wine that differs from another. Take the most of your stay to visit the different Domaines and taste the wines of the Couchois (Château de Couches), the Côte de Beaune (Château de la Crée, Château de Pommard…) and the Côte Chalonnaise (Château de Chamirey…).