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    Pomerol is located in the eastern part of the Bordeaux region, next to Saint-Emilion. The region is the smallest in the Bordeaux region, but produces the most expensive and charming wines in the world. Pomerol’s history of viticulture and winemaking has a long history, and ever since the Romans occupied the region, grape growing techniques have followed suit. But the development of its wine industry is very different from the left bank. Grape cultivation in the Left Bank region has flourished since the Middle Ages, but the road to grape cultivation in Pomerol was extremely difficult. During the war of the century, the Pomerol vineyard was almost destroyed. It was not until the 15th century that the inhabitants came together and began to grow grapes. Pomerol does not have the large and luxurious cellars of the Pauillac region, no aristocrats with power, and no enemy bankers. It’s just a farm, with sparse tiled houses and winding country lanes. It only began to rise after the 1970s, and after decades of development, today’s Pomeranian is no longer the same as it used to be, with imperial status on the shore RIGHT.


    of Arcachon

    Arcachon lies southwest of Bordeaux and is home to the largest dune in Europe, which extends continuously towards the sea before giving way to a vast forest. This elegant town is nestled in the curve of the Silver Coast. Since the 19th century, it has become a popular destination for European kings and nobility due to its mild climate, white sand beaches and vast expanses of woodland.

    Today, the town has a luxurious villa with a unique style, known as The Winter Town. The Summer Town is another facet of Arcachon, located on the seafront between the two quays. Its resident population is around 12,000, but can reach up to around 200,000 during peak season. The Winter and Summer districts are the most characteristic parts of this small town which takes its name from the four seasons.

    In addition, Arcachon is also famous as the world’s leading producer of oysters, which are an iconic part of its local cuisine.


    The Pilat dune is a natural wonder, located on the edge of the Landes de Gascogne forest massif and at the entrance to the Arcachon basin. Approximately 70 km from Bordeaux, the dune has become one of the most visited natural sites in France and the region, attracting nearly two million visitors each year.

    The sandy history of this exceptional natural monument can be counted in millions of years. Created by nature between the ocean and the forest, with a rich fauna and flora, always moving under the influence of winds and tides, the Pilat dune measures 110 m high, 616 m wide and 2.9 km along.

    Come and discover the great Pilat dune and its surroundings for adventure, hiking and admiring a unique panorama from its summit whatever the season of the year. The dune is easily accessible, offering free access, paid parking on the forest side and numerous activities around it.




    Bordeaux was elected French capital in 1870, 1914 and 1941, so at these three times, the Grand Théâtre was a seat in the National Assembly. The Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux is a classical style theater designed and built by the architect Vito Louis from 1773 to 1780. The architect then looked at some very practical details such as a concert hall, a café and a souvenir shop . Like the Opera of Versailles and Turin, the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux has one of the most beautiful rooms in the world in the 18th century.

    The Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux is 47 meters long, 19 meters high and 88 meters wide, with 12 Collins-style columns on the front that resemble the columns in front of the Greek temple, and the upper half of the columns are carved with musical goddesses, poems and so on from Greek mythology. In recent years, continued renovation and maintenance have given the Grand Theater its original charm. The 18th century decorative frescoes damaged by light have also been perfectly restored. Today, it hosts international performances, operas, ballets, symphony concerts every year…



    Located at the northern end of the old town, on the banks of the Garonne, the Esplanade de Quinconces is one of the largest squares in Bordeaux, in France and even in Europe, and it is the most popular place for the people of Bordeaux to take a walk. The most striking feature of the square is the Monument aux Girondins which stands at the west end of the square, and at the heart of this square the magnificent circular stone fountain was built in 1895. You can also see some statues of the famous Mendes and Montaigne of Bordeaux on the square.



    Heritage of Saint Emilion

    Saint Emilion is a famous village known for its historical monuments and its wines. It is also one of the most beautiful villages in France, with its medieval town center and its rich heritage.

    In 1999, the medieval city and the vineyards of Saint Emilion were classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This very touristy village attracts many visitors per year.

    Saint Emilion is one of the must-see destinations in the Bordeaux region, particularly for its historic monuments: La Tour de Roy, The Monolithic Church, The Collegiate Church and its Cloister, and The Couvent des Cordeliers.


    Heritage Château Cadillac

    Patrimoine Château Cadillac 1
    Patrimoine Château Cadillac 2

    The Heritage Château Cadillac was built from 1599 by the Duke of Epernon, favorite of Henri III, built under Henri IV then Louis XIII, then transformed into a power center for women (1820-1952).

    Even today, Château Cadillac bears witness to the splendor of the 17th century, the French architecture combines splendor and military character, it retains rich decorations: monumental fireplaces, tapestries, authentic painted ceilings as well as the harsh reality of the force center that it was for 130 years.

    Come visit Château Cadillac, it offers the following two types of visits:

    -Free tour (duration 1h30) with visit document in different languages (French, English, German, Italian etc.

    -Guided tour (by reservation for groups lasting 1 hour) at 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. in French (every day)