Bordeaux is the world capital of wine, and also one of Frances centres of gastronomy.
Bordeaux is an international tourist destination for its architectural and cultural heritage with more than 350 historic monuments, making it, after Paris, the city with the most listed or registered monuments in France.
Bordeaux labelled as a “City of Art and History” and is listed as a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO.
Renowned for its style, Bordeaux is an elegant city, home to many department stores, luxury brands, and many renowned Parisian designer boutiques.
Wandering through the “Triangle d’Or” (Golden Triangle) quarter, the famous rue Sainte-Catherine or the Old Bordeaux is enough to grasp the breadth of what the city has to offer to visitors. Its array of sophisticated shops & boutiques go to prove that fashion & culture is still intensely vibrant in Bordeaux.
You really shouldn’t miss out on one of the best experiences you can enjoy within this glorious, world famous wine area.
Bordeaux produces more wine than any other region in France and tastes absolutely delicious. There is a wine for every palette and trying out a few wines and finding out from the wine growers themselves what goes on behind the scenes is an absolute must.
We can arrange local wine tasting tours for you or you can simply drive along the wine routes popping in to any vineyard that boasts the sign: ‘Degustation’.
The area is famous for its cycling and boasts the Lot Valley Cycle Route, which wends its way along 160km, crossing extensive orchards and elegant vineyards in the county of the Lot-et-Garonne, passing countless traditional riverside and perched villages.
Discover the Lot Valley lifestyle, which combines a delight in local produce and gastronomy, outdoor activities and remarkable cultural heritage.
Relish the various stages: Aiguillon – Villeneuve; Villeneuve – Fumel; Fumel – Castelfranc; and Castelfranc – Cahors, the last town designated a Ville d’Art & d’Histoire.
Albret Golf Club Located at the gates of the Landes, in Gascony, the childhood country of Henri IV and the worlds famous Muskateer “Dartagnan”, the 18-hole golf course of the Domaine d’Albret offers a splendid panorama where green valleys follow one after the other, along with Landes pine forest and the vineyards of Buzet.
Its golf course, is sandy and draining, which offers the advantage of being able to play all year round.
Naturally technical and very wooded, it is a pleasure for the eyes and the game. Putting green, chipping green, driving range, training holes are open to all.
Canoeing and watersports
Whether it’s a family day out with Pedalo’s, Canoe’s, Rafts or just Fishing at the local outdoor activities centre on Lake Latmonjoie or a more calm and relaxing green riverside environment along the many banks of the Lot et Garonne and it’s tributaries.
The area is a haven for families, canoeist’s & kayaker’s alike with 100’s of km’s of navigable rivers and canals.