Bordeaux, described by Stendhal as the most beautiful city in France”, owes its popularity to its many assets, including its important historical and cultural heritage, its proximity to the sea, its sunny climate, its vineyards and its Grands Crus Classés.
World capital of wine, there are nearly 60 appellations located a few minutes from the center and nearly 9,000 castles. Among the most famous, Château Rayne Vigneau, Château de Léognan and Château La Dominique in the village of Saint Emilion, which are exceptional places for unforgettable tastings.
Its historical heritage, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has more than 347 architectural buildings from the 18th century.
The Bassin d’Arcachon, just an hour’s drive from the city, offers breathtaking wild landscapes with its huge impressive sand dunes and spectacular waters.
Among its other assets, we can also mention its cuisine and its pleasant way of life which indisputably make it an essential stopover!