A true initiatory journey, this stay will satisfy the epicurean that you are. After the discovery of Bordeaux, its vineyards and its great wines, you will continue by the magic and authenticity of the Bassin d'Arcachon and Cap Ferret with their oyster farming tradition and their preserved natural spaces. Then you will head for the Périgord Noir to discover two jewels of our heritage: the Dordogne Valley and the Vézère Valley. A summary of "living well in France"!
This program can be adapted, both in its duration and content, according to your wishes and the pace you wish.
Step by step
The stay as described is indicative and flexible. Do not hesitate to inform us of your wishes and any useful information when you make your request. We will make you an adapted and tailor-made proposal. Please note that all national and international journeys to or from Bordeaux will remain your responsibility.
Bordeaux and its Wines
Your stay begins with the discovery of the historic city of Bordeaux, classified by UNESCO, and its gourmet specialities. Two days will then be devoted to the discovery of the great wines of the Médoc and Saint-Emilion, with private visits and commented tastings. A stopover is planned in the village of Saint-Emilion to discover this jewel of our heritage, classified by UNESCO.
Oceanside with the Bassin d'Arcachon
Soak up the magic of the place by discovering two different universes. On the Bassin side, Arcachon with its port, the Dune du Pilat, the Winter City and the Summer City. On the Ocean side, the peninsula of Cap Ferret, mysterious, wild and authentic with its oyster farming tradition and fishing villages.
The Dordogne Valley
Listed by UNESCO for its preserved nature, the Dordogne Valley will seduce you with its major heritage sites: the villages of Beynac, la Roque Gageac, Rocamadour classified among the most beautiful villages in France. Its natural space is favorable to the practice of multiple outdoor activities: canoeing, hiking, cycling ... without forgetting the local gastronomy!
Périgord Noir and the Vézère Valley
The Vézère valley is classified UNESCO for its prehistoric sites. A real tourist and gastronomic jewel with its golden triangle made up of Sarlat, Lascaux and Les Eyzies, it is the valley where life is good. Land of black truffles, foie gras, ceps and many other specialities that you will discover by meeting local producers delighted to open their doors to you.