BORDEAUX – Port de la Lune
Although Bordeaux is now listed as one of the most beautiful cities in France by UNESCO, it has a rich history dating back to antiquity.
Bordeaux has splendid architecture with, for example, its Grand Théâtre or its legendary Place de la Bourse. It is a river city that allows you to stroll along its quays all year round and discover its history by passing through the Chartrons district and ending up at the Cité du Vin.
In Bordeaux, wine and gastronomy are part of the heritage and are one of the essentials elements of the Bordeaux way of life.
Thanks to the richness of its vineyards, its proximity to the ocean, the Arcachon bassin, the estuary, but also the influence of the Périgord and the Basque country, the city of Bordeaux is full of starred gastronomic restaurants.
From starred chef Gordon Ramsay to famous French chef Philippe Etchebest, enjoy an incomparable culinary experience that pays tribute to regional products.
Black truffles from the Gironde and foie gras from the Charente are all references to the richness of France’s culinary heritage, to be discovered in a starred restaurant in the heart of the vineyards.
In the heart of Bordeaux, stay in a private residence honoring the gallo-roman era.
Inspired by 19th century architecture, you will immerse into an elegant and contemporary universe that combines intimate comfort and personalized services.
Simplicity, refinement and character are the signature of these Bordeaux locations.
Enjoy a unique experience in the heart of the Médoc, that of living the life of a Château in this place steeped in history and refinement.
Since its construction in 1565 by Bishop François de Foix-Candale, then the reign of the Dukes of Epernon, its reconstruction in 1757 by the Marquis de Brassier, then the Achille-Fould family until 1986, the castle never ceases to amaze, as much by its wines as by its living spaces.
Guests will enjoy a gourmet dinner with a tasting of the Domaine’s wines.