The visits of Bordeaux will seduce you by their diversity and their originality. You can choose to stroll to Bordeaux UNESCO by visiting the must-see sites such as:  the Miroir d'Eau, the Grand Théâtre, the Cité du Vin, the CAPC (musée d'art contemporain), the Rive Gauche, the Pey Berland tower or the Saint-André cathedral, the public garden, the Saint Pierre district, Sainte-Catherine street (one of the largest shopping streets in Europe), etc.

Many guided tours of the city on foot, by boat or by bike are offered by the tourist office.


The village of Saint-Emilion - nicknamed the hill of 1000 crus - is famous not only for its fine and elegant wines, but also for its city, classified by UNESCO as World Heritage.

It is a delightful medieval village where you can visit the monolithic church and its bell tower built at the end of the 11th century: the largest underground church in Europe, the King's Tower etc. You also discover wines and products Of the terroirs: cavistes, gastronomy, craftwork, etc.

Castillon la Bataille

This village is famous for its battle of 1453 which put an end to the Hundred Years War. Located on the right bank of the Dordogne, the village is located at the foot of the hills of the appellation wine of Côtes de Castillon. Around the castle the city gradually developed and surrounded by ramparts. Many shops in the center of this small town are a few kilometers away, the castle Duras, the abbey of Saint-Ferme, the bastide of Sauveterre de Guyenne deserve a detour.

Wine tourism

Visit the "entre-deux-mers", by the Bastides route, between châteaux, Romanesque churches, Benedictine abbeys and bastides of young wines to be enjoyed in all their freshness. The largest wine-growing region of Bordeaux, Entre-Deux-Mers owes its name to the two rivers that surround it. 

It produces a multitude of wines, red, rosé and clear, lively and fruity, a great variety of white wines to taste young and fresh and a whole range of sweet and sweet white. In season, the Tourist Office proposes not less than 60 circuits, tasting workshops, wine-tasting evenings, oenological cruises, "ready-to-go", available directly at the Office reception or online Booking.


Our region has always occupied an important and renowned place in wine, gastronomy and gluttony. Bordeaux has always welcomed companies that are not lacking in imagination and creativity and who produce artisanal products from the terroir: the noisettines of the Médoc, the "Bouchons de Bordeaux", the macarons or the canelets.

Sea side, the oysters of the Bassin d'Arcachon, the pibale and the lamprey. But still the gratton of Lormont, the Medocain attic, the ceps perfect to accompany a Bordeaux rib steak! Enjoy all our specialties.

Local Markets

The markets lover has the possibility to make one day - or several - markets in the Entre-deux-Mers and its surroundings, namely:

On monday: Saint-Loubes, Castillon-la-Bataille, Captieux
On tuesday: Libourne, Sauveterre-de-Guyenne, Podensac
On wednesday: Begles, Cenon, Coutras, Creon, Saint-Symphorien
On thursday: Carbon-Blanc, Cavignac, Saint-André-de-Cubzac, Branne, Saint-Macaire, Langoiran
On friday: Cenon, Libourne, Monsegur, Langon, Podensac
On saturday: Begles, Saint-Loubès, Blaye, Coutras, Sainte-Foy la Grande, Cadillac, La Reole, Bazas
On sunday: Bassens, Cestas, Libourne

Those looking for flea markets and / or antique dealers will also find something to enjoy, both in Bordeaux and around. In Bordeaux the second-hand dealers and antique dealers are mainly on the quays and the neighboring Streets (especially in the districts of Chartrons and Saint-Michel).

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