Get lost in the magical wineries of France and fall in love with the simple things like grape-picking to prepare a special wine for you. Enjoy the calm life, mild weather and architectural works.

Visit one of the city's museums to discover Bordeaux through art and the history of humanity.

Explore Bordeaux from another point of view, on the water with a private cruise.

Saint-Emilion and its vineyards:

Fascinated for centuries by lovers of great wine and good food, the charming village is located on the estuary of the Dordogne river, about 40 kilometers from Bordeaux. Not only for the wine, Saint-Emilion is also rich in history and old beauties that will totally make you feel in a past movie script.

Visit the underground and monolithic church, climb the Tour du Roy, visit and taste the Crémant de Bordeaux at the Cordeliers cloister. If you want to challenge yourself, get ready for a blind tasting at Château La Dominique.

The Medoc castles:

A field of work and art, take a trip back in time visiting the Médoc castles and meet the most prestigious Grands Crus of Bordeaux red wines: Châteaux Margaux, Cos d'Estournel, Beychevelle.

Feel like a local and participate on the grape harvest and grape-picking lunch at Château Gruaud Larose.

Arcachon Bay:

This little inland sea, open to the ocean, is known for its exceptional natural heritage. Enjoy a pleasant walk along the flowery streets and take a gourmet break while enjoying fresh oysters. Arcachon Bay is a perfect destination to relax and have fun with family or friends while enjoying the sea breeze.

Get a deeper experience and discover the oyster beds (on foot or by boat) with a local farmer.