Places to see:

  • Saint-Emilion (famous medieval city and wine region) (10 mins)
  • Libourne (15 mins)
  • Castillon La Bataille (great Monday market & site of the last battle and annual re-enactment (August) of the hundred years war) (15 mins)
  • Bordeaux (city of 18th Century grandeur) (50 mins)
  • Ste. Foy-la Grande (famous bastide market town on the river Dordogne)
  • Arcachon, the Atlantic ocean and the Pyla dune
  • Medoc and Entre deux mers wine regions
  • Dordogne villages such as Sarlat and Domme

Things to Do:

  • Tours and tastings at local Chateaux (nearest is 200 metres)
  • Explore historic towns
  • Canoeing on the Dordogne (20 mins)
  • Lake Gurcon with sandy beach (20 mins)
  • New swimming complex in St Seurin
  • Cycling, mountain biking and walking (all around)
  • Golf at Chateaux Vigiers
  • Horse riding
  • Fishing
  • Wine appreciation courses (10 mins)
  • The cruiser Colbert - an exciting nautical attraction for all ages
  • Planet Bordeaux, the Wax museum, Animal and attraction park, equestrian museum, vintage transport museum, the gastronomy museum
  • Medieval castles
  • Aqua Park Junior Land
  • Boat cruises
  • Cookery and art courses
  • The famous caves and cave paintings such as Lascaux
  • Days out to the coast, the Dordogne, or even San Sebastian or Paris by train

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