For most visitors, the Bordeaux region is above all synonymous with wine and vineyards. In several wine properties, visits and tastings allow to learn the secrets of Bordeaux wines shared between prestigious châteaux and family properties. These visits are also an opportunity to discover beautiful wine villages and particularly Saint-Émilion, a walled city of charm: steep alleys, charming little squares, shaded cafes …
Capital of Aquitaine, Bordeaux is located on either side of the Garonne. The architecture, economy and cultural life of the city have always been based on wine trade: 17th century districts with many buildings located around the Place de la Bourse, Rohan Palace and Grand Theater, old town with pretty medieval streets in the Saint-Pierre district.
True inland sea, the Arcachon basin has favored the development of oyster farming to discover absolutely around Arcachon, a seaside town since the 19th century,
Also to visit Bastide towns around Bordeaux, dating from the Middle Ages such as Sainte-Foy-La-Grande, Sauveterre-De-Guyenne, Cadillac or Libourne.
Finally, the Landes de Gascogne Park, a forest planted in the 19th century, bordered by immense sandy beaches.
Discover our proposals for vineyard and heritage discovery programs and our possibilities for visits and tastings in the vineyard, evenings in castles, visits to the Arcachon basin and its oyster producers. There are many possibilities for establishing fascinating itineraries.
What characterizes New Aquitaine is its diversity. From La Rochelle to Hendaye, the coast of Aquitaine, over 400 km, offers endless beaches frequented in summer by tourists from around the world. The vineyard and the forest often share the hinterland: The trong>Bordeaux region first with its world-famous wines, but also the Charentes with the famous cognac. The forest then in the Landes occupies one of the largest wooded areas in Europe. And then the Périgord with its gardens, its prehistoric sites and culinary specialties and finally the Limousin back but full of charm and greenery. Finally the Basque Country to the south between the foothills of the Pyrenees and the Atlantic Ocean whose charm, landscapes and traditions seduce every visitor.