DESTINATION BORDEAUX VISIT FRENCH WINE BORDEAUX, WORLD CAPITAL OF WINE GASTRONOMY OF BORDEAUX BETWEEN VINEYARDS AND THE ATLANTIC Bordeaux, Between Vineyards and the Atlantic Coast Bordeaux and its Vineyards Read more © Heurisko Visit Saint-Emilion Well-known vineyard, let yourself be charmed by this beautiful place with a medieval village. Saint-Emilion is really a perfect spot to stay. The well-preserved medieval town of Saint Emillion extends more than 75 km². Read more © Heurisko The Bordeaux Vineyard The vine has shaped the landscapes of the Gironde and its exceptional terroirs have brought worldwide renown to its wines. Read more © Château Haut Garrigue The Bergerac Vineyard A rich palette of wines in 5 colours, 13 AOCs from 12,000 hectares... Bordeaux, a Fashionable City Read more © Thomas SANSON Visit Bordeaux In Nouvelle Aquitaine, Bordeaux – UNESCO World Heritage Site and Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2017 Top City – reveals the hidden gems of France's southwest: rolling vineyards, gourmet cuisine, and the nearby Atlantic coast. Read more © Cité du Vin - Casson Mann Visit the Cité du Vin in Bordeaux On June 1, 2016, Bordeaux will proudly debut a contemporary monument, which illustrates the city's dedication to the fruit of the vine: La Cité du Vin. Read more © Pierre Bidart - Chateau Pape Clément Bernard Magrez, Eternal Intoxication Bernard Magrez wants to help you discover his region and its rich heritage with his Luxury Wine Experience. The idea? To create a unique experience at the heart of Bordeaux and its wines. Read more © Anaka Bordeaux: An Architectural Journey Since the mid-1990s, Bordeaux has been undertaking in-depth work to promote its history and architecture. The city therefore has 350 buildings listed or registered as historical monuments, including 3 UNESCO World Heritage religious buildings by way of the St James Pilgrimage route. Read more © Ph. Berthé. Centre des monuments nationaux Visit the Tower of Pey-Berland in Bordeaux UNESCO world heritage site, situated to the south-east of the chevet of the Cathedral of Saint-André at Bordeaux, the tower of Pey-Berland serves as its bell tower, built in the 15th century in the Gothic style. Read more © Bordeaux, musée des Beaux-Arts - Frédéric Deval The Musée des Beaux-Arts of Bordeaux The Musée des Beaux-Arts of Bordeaux exhibits works from the biggest names in European art, as well as artists from Bordeaux, coming from several periods of time and various schools. Around Bordeaux Read more Golf du Médoc Resort A must-visit destination combining golf, gastronomy, wine tasting and relaxation between the estuary and the ocean for the most pleasant of stays. Nestled in the heart of 200 hectares of countryside, the Golf du Médoc Resort offers two golf courses recognised amongst the most beautiful in Europe, a MGallery by Sofitel Hotel & Spa and a unique Training Center in an exceptional setting at the gates of Bordeaux. Read more © Musée de Cognac Visit Cognac, a City of Art and History Coming to Cognac means discovering a town with numerous cultural activities, internationally famous festivals and a universally known eau-de-vie. Read more © CRTPC Visit Poitou-Charentes, the Atlantic Coast & Cognac Country From the Poitevin Marsh to the Cognac Caves, from the Atlantic coast to the Futuroscope, from the old Port of Rochelle to Royan, the Poitou-Charentes offers a variety of destinations ideal for made to measure holidays. Events Read more © Studio Presse Papier Bordeaux Monumental, Permanent Heritage Exhibition From January 01, 2012 to December 31, 2017 Visitors can discover two thousand years of Bordeaux's history all in one place: through this exhibition area, the city tells of its metamorphoses and unveils its various faces through the centuries. Read more Spend Springtime on a Bordeaux River Cruise Win a fabulous free cruise in Bordeaux, the land of wines, from CroisiEurope, Europe's Largest River Cruise Line Offering the Best All-Inclusive Value in River Cruises Read more Château d’Yquem Vineyard in the Bordeaux Region Opens Its Doors LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S.A. has announced that visits are now possible to its 400-year-old Château d’Yquem vineyard, one of the most celebrated and coveted winemakers in the world, located in Sauternes, Aquitaine, France.