The tiny village of Corsaint can be found deep within the traditional wine producing region of Burgundy, to the east of France. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Corsaint will find that there is a wonderful choice of self catering holiday rental accommodation within the village and close by in the Cote d’Or department. There are apartments set within some of the more gracious buildings in such towns as Montbard and Dijon, as well as more traditional cottages, or gites, set in the surrounding countryside.
The majority of visitors who decide to spend their holidays in Corsaint will have chosen this tranquil village due to its quiet setting. It is the perfect destination for holidaymakers to sit back and relax and enjoy a spot of sunbathing whilst reading their latest favourite novel. Those visitors who tire of all this relaxing and wish to explore the region will find that there are plenty of interesting activities to enjoy. Such pursuits as horse riding, hiking and golfing are especially popular amongst visitors who choose to spend their hard earned holidays in this beautiful part of France.
There are plenty of historically and architecturally fascinating sites and landmarks to be discovered close to Corsaint and within the Cote d’Or department. The region’s largest city, Dijon, offers visitors enjoying their holidays in Corsaint the broadest choice of attractions. There are a wide range of architectural styles to be found within the city, to include Gothic, Renaissance and Capetian, which are reflected in such attractions as Dijon Cathedral, the numerous impressive churches and its iconic half-timbered houses, many of which date back to the 12th century.
Tourist spending their holidays in Corsaint will discover that this region of inland France experiences a typically continental climate. In Summer the temperatures can reach the mid- to high-20s degrees Celsius, whilst in the Winter temperatures may often dip to below 4 degrees Celsius. The village receives an average annual precipitation of around 26 inches.
Tourists looking to spend their holidays in Corsaint will first fly to Lyon-Saint Exupery (LYS), the nearest international airport. There are regular flights here from the UK, departing from such regional airports as London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), Bristol (BRS) and Edinburgh (EDI). These flights are operated by such airlines as Air France, British Airways and easyJet.