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In the North of Bordeaux, the beach of Bordeaux-Lac is open on July and August.
A recreational area for the family that is easily accessible by tram. There is a 100 metre supervised area with many sport activities.
To go there by tram: stop to "Les Aubiers Station", line C, 10 minutes from the city center.
Then a little walking to go to the beach in 5 minutes.
Have a good swim!
Bike rental agency located in the heart of the Chartrons district.
One Way option between the Bordeaux, Saint Emilion and Cap Ferret branches: for an itinerant bike trip, rent your bike at point A and return it at point B over one or more days.
Guided tours of Bordeaux and its vineyards.
Worldwide known for the Capital of the wine, the City of Bordeaux is also famous for his gastronomic culture. The city is also renowned for the caviar of the Gironde Estuary.
Bordeaux Be Bateau offers you original excursions from Bordeaux on the river, wine tours, tastings and tailor-made events!
The first wine cellar where customers can also pay in cryptocurrencies!
In this long historic place, you will find many references from all the wine regions of Bordeaux and elsewhere. Public tasting evenings, during which a partner winegrower comes to present the fruit of his work. Finally, introductory courses in Bordeaux wines and vineyards are also possible, for all those who wish to learn about oenology.
At the foot of the Garonne and the cruise ships, I warmly invite you to join me for an initiation or an improvement in the tasting of Bordeaux wines. To do this, I invite you to my private workshop where we will discuss all the subjects concerning Bordeaux and its wines: viticulture, oenology, gastronomy, terroir, history, classifications, economy... My experience as a winemaker and cellar master in Bordeaux for 15 years will allow you to give free rein to all your questions By reservation only.
Dating from 1941-43, the base is one of five built by the Germans on the Atlantic coast for U-boats during the Second World War. This gigantic bunker is a veritable honeycomb with eleven alveolus linked by an inner street.
Today, a part of the building is accessible to the public and includes :
- a space for temporary exhibitions dedicated to contemporary creation
- a space dedicated to the Bassins des lumières, digital art center
Les Ateliers de Bacchus propose courses from one hour to all one or two days, along the year. Workshops for seminary, weeding, groupes... and introductions to tasting without alcohol for children. Courses open for a large public and for every level. At home, in a restaurant or at a winery and even on a boat in Arcachon bay! Diplômes. LEs Ateliers de Bacchus propose also the Bordeaux Wine Tour : Vist of Bordeaux downtown with stop to taste wines (3 hours)
The Palais Gallien is today the only visible remains of the Roman city of Burdigala. Built in the early 2nd century AD, its original dimensions are impressive, 130 meters long and 114 meters wide. The amphitheatre was located on the outskirts of the ancient city. Games - often cruel - were held here before large crowds. 20-25 000 people could be seated on terraced rows of wooden benches!
The Palais Gallien amphitheatre is listed as a Historical Monument. A few arcades and seating rows are still standing, and can be seen from rues du Palais Gallien, Albert Barraud, and Emile Fourcand.
New in Bordeaux, The Marco Polo is a cruise-boat which takes you for the day or the evening to discover Bordeaux and the wonders of the Estuary ( Bourg, Blaye, Cadillac…).
The Saint-Seurin Basilica is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is Bordeaux’s oldest church (6th century). Its 11th-century crypt contains the tomb of Saint-Fort, Merovingian sarcophagi, and a vast Christian necropolis with tombs dating from the 4th to the 18th century.
Two exceptional days to taste a hundred great Bordeaux wines, champagnes of talent, including prestigious houses from Reims or Epernay, but also great guests from other vineyards in France - Burgundy, Rhône, Alsace, Loire - and the world.
Bordeaux city is inviting all who love good food and wine, culture and festivals to come and have a great time along the two kilometre quayside on the banks of the Garonne, in the very heart of a UNESCO world heritage site.
"BORDEAUX FETE LE VIN", is moving to the left bank of the river, between the pont de pierre (stone bridge) and the Bourse Maritime, so that the thousands of visitors from home and abroad can enjoy the 4 day wine festival more than ever.
With the Pass DEGUSTATIONS, visitors can savour vintage wines from Bordeaux and the surrounding area all in one place, whereas the Pass VIGNOBLES takes them out for the day to see the landscapes, wine-growing estates and heritage of the Gironde and Aquitaine regions.
Croisières Burdigala offers different kind of cruises for groups or individuals to discover Bordeaux and its surroundings from the river.
The fleet : Aquitania, Burdigala, the taxi boat Clapotine, the yacht Léopard d’Aquitaine. And the recently built panoramic boat : Burdigala II
The Pey-Berland tower, a flamboyant Gothic structure built between 1440 and 1466, is the bell tower of Saint-André cathedral in Bordeaux. The spire was constructed in the 19th century and crowned in 1863 by the statue of Notre-Dame of Aquitaine. The huge eight tonne "bourdon", nicknamed Ferdinand-André, was added in 1869. Classified historical monument.
The Port Cailhau, thirty-five metres tall, was integrated into the city walls. In 1864, it was rented by a public letter writer and a person whose job was to weigh salt. They were both evicted in order to renovate the monument.
There is a magnificent view of the oldest bridge in Bordeaux, the Pont de Pierre, from here.
An exhibition displays the tools and materials used for construction purposes at the time the Porte Cailhau was built and an audio-visual presentation pieced together from old films immerses us in the world of stone masonry.