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Rendez-vous in Gironde

  • Great Dune of Pilat, highest dune in Europe

    © CDT de la Gironde - Danièle Scneider

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  • La Place de la Bourse in Bordeaux

    © CDT de la Gironde - Studio FX

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  • Saint-Emilion

    © CDT de la Gironde - David Helman

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  • Cycling in Gironde

    © CDT de la Gironde - Studio FX

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  • Relaxing in Bages

    © CDT de la Gironde - David Helman

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  • Canoeing in Gironde

    © CDT de la Gironde - Yannick Serrano

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    There’s not just one Gironde – there’s a whole range to choose from!

    Atlantic Gironde...

    With its majestic estuary, unspoiled coastline, maritime pines, great lakes, cycle paths alongside the ocean, and of course the famous Arcachon Basin, an inland sea bordered by Europe’s highest dune, the Great Dune of Pilat (105m).

    Inland Gironde...

    Renowned for its world-famous vineyards, Médoc, Pomerol, Saint-Emilion and Sauternes, as well as its remarkable architectural heritage, including Romanesque churches, fortified mills, mediaeval castles and Renaissance citadels. Discover these treasures by car, on foot, by bike, on horseback, by boat or by canoe.

    Sporting, cultural and festive Gironde...

    With its marathon, international surfing and riding competitions, jazz festivals, theatre, dance and music events, and its carnivals, you'll never experience a dull moment!

    All the colours of gourmet Gironde...

    Come experience the bustling markets and village festivities, full of bistros and open-air cafes, with a wealth of local traditions faithful to the art of living as practised in the Southwest.

    Contact

    Comité Départemental du Tourisme de la Gironde
    Maison du Tourisme de la Gironde
    21 Cours de l'Intendance
    33000 BORDEAUX
    Tél : 05 56 52 61 40

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  • © Studio Presse Papier

    From January 01, 2012 to December 31, 2017
    Visitors can discover two thousand years of Bordeaux's history all in one place: through this exhibition area, the city tells of its metamorphoses and unveils its various faces through the centuries.

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