On this tour, explore Bordeaux, the world’s great wine capital, meet winemakers, visit châteaux and wine cellars, learn about wine-tasting, and make the most of Arcachon Bay and its exceptional beauty.
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Enjoy some water fun along our vast ocean beaches and lakesides !
Wander in the heart of our remarkably protected wilderness : Europe’s largest forest !
Live to the rhythm of our local traditions, and summer events such as “la course landaise”, a symbol of the Gascogne area.
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When you travel the roads of Upper-Agenais, on the border between Perigord, Lot and Lot-et-Garonne, you set off on a journey from the Middle Ages to today !
There are 315 « bastides » (fortified medieval towns) in France and nearly a third of them are located in Aquitaine.
The visionary aspect of their urbanism is amazing. Their patterns were checked – just like in the USA? That’s right! They even inspired America ! They stood the test of time, from the 13th century to today, and have so many stories to tell!
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From the piedmont to the Aspe and Ossau valleys and the Jurancon vineyards, your journey will lead you to medieval towns, valleys, torrents (here we call them "gaves"), bucolic villages and even to the Santiago Compostela Route!
Pau is the capital of this area a concentrate of its finest assets : a delightful mix of British charm and Occitan flavours!
A soothing and amazing place to be !
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This itinerary begins in Limoges at the Adrien Dubouche museum, where you'll discover the world's most complete collection of porcelain items. Travel through time, from the most beautiful Antique creations to Bordeaux and its "Cité du Vin".
Explore the skills and savoir-faire present in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
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This is a three day car itinerary to explore several UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, via the Vezelay Route, also known as « Via Lemovicensis”.
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