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Discover Bordeaux

The world capital of wine, noted for its châteaux and prestigious vineyards, the city of Bordeaux is regarded as a centre of gastronomy and business tourism, especially in regard to the hosting of international congresses. The area around Bordeaux is also a central and strategic hub for the aeronautics, military and space sectors, bringing together several international companies such as Dassault Aviation.

Looking to enjoy a shopping day? The Rue Sainte-Catherine, a shopping street of nearly 1,300 metres in length, is the longest pedestrianised street in Europe.
If you like long walks, you can start from the Water Mirror, head on to the Opéra National-Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, and stroll along the quays to the Cité du Vin (where you can climb to the top of the Belvédère and enjoy a panoramic view of the city) before finishing up at the Bassins de Lumière, the largest digital art centre in the world.

And why not hit the châteaux trail for a weekend? Wine lovers are delighted to take an indulgent and enlightening break in the heart of the Médoc vineyards.
And if you are keen on culture and history, there are various museums in the area ready to satisfy your curiosity, including the Musée Mer Marine (Sea and Navy Museum), the Musée d’Aquitaine and the Muséum de Bordeaux.

Nouvelle Aquitaine

A summer destination par excellence, Nouvelle Aquitane (New Aquitaine) benefits not only from a mild and sunny climate, but also from a privileged location between the Atlantic Ocean, the Pyrenees and the Massif Central.

Blessed with a beautiful diversity of landscapes, ranging from the famous Bordeaux vineyards to the splendid Pyrenean range, as well as the charming Dordogne Valley, the peaceful plateau of Millevaches, the mountains of Limousin, the mysterious Marais Poitevin, the islands of Ré and d'Oléron and the picturesque Basque Country, this magnificent territory in the heart of south-west France offers holidaymakers a wide range of activities and discoveries.

Boasting a wealth of remarkable sites, the region proudly boasts a multitude of riches, both natural and man-made, and combines the joys of the beach and the ocean with the attractions of the forest and expanses of water.

Our regional heritage

Nouvelle Aquitaine is also a delight for lovers of relaxation and sports activities, with its extensive fine sandy beaches, its perfect waves popular with surfers, its lakes and ponds suitable for water sports, its pine forests threaded with cycle paths, its spas with their beneficial waters, its ski areas and its countless hiking trails.

Gourmets in search of flavours and fine foods also find true satisfaction here, the region being renowned for its specialties and excellent local produce, including the wines of Bordeaux, Bergerac and Jurançon, oysters from Arcachon and Marennes-Oléron, prunes from Agen, poultry and foie gras from the Landes and much more.

What to do in Saint Médard en Jalles?

Cabaret L’Exception (piano bar, after show)
Scène Nationale Carré-Colonnes performing arts theatre
Cinéma l'Etoile movie theatre

Sports activities in the Bordeaux region? 

Canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding on the Garonne
Bike ride from the city centre or in the Bordeaux vineyards
Driving course on the Mérignac circuit
Golf du Médoc golfing resort 15 minutes from the hotel

Other activites

Cité du Vin cultural centre dedicated to wine
Movie theatre
Escape Game
Bordeaux Lake and its beaches
Pessac Zoo
Ice skating rink
Wine route for touring the châteaux and enjoying tastings

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