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Bordeaux, Sleeping Beauty

By staying at La Maison Fernand, you will be at the heart of the hustle and bustle of downtown Bordeaux. & nbsp;

Take advantage of your visit to our upscale guest house in Bordeaux center to discover the town. First, go to the Grosse Cloche, a vestige of the city walls, continue your stroll at the Porte Cailhau, defensive gate of the Middle Ages, then discover the Place de la Bourse, to share a moment of conviviality near the mirror of water, and finally, browse the Cité du Vin, a unique museum for its architecture and the diversity of its information on the wine world.

Shopping and dining in Bordeaux

Sainte Catherine is a pedestrian shopping street over 1,200 m long, so it was nicknamed: the longest shopping street in Europe. It links the Place de la Comédie to the Place de la Victoire and is located 2 minutes' walk from your charming guest house in Bordeaux center. Many establishments of all kinds (thrift stores, bookstores, fashion, etc.) rub shoulders with eating places (traditional, gastronomic, Italian, Asian cuisine, etc.). Your hosts put at your disposal a booklet with their addresses of favorite restaurants in the surroundings.

Museums in Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a city of culture and art. When you come to Maison Fernand's guest rooms, take the opportunity to visit the many museums located nearby: the National Customs Museum, the CAPC (Bordeaux Contemporary Art Museum), the Museum of Arts Decorative and Design and the Aquitaine Museum.

Saint-Emilion and its vineyard

The village of Saint-Émilion is renowned worldwide for the quality of its wine and the importance of its wine estate. This medieval town is rich in a unique history between men and the vine. Wine lovers or curious travelers, let yourself be charmed by this picturesque little town.

Arcachon Bay

Twelve municipalities make up the Arcachon Basin. Many events and demonstrations are organized throughout the year. Explore the essentials of the Basin: the huts of Île aux Oiseaux, Cap Ferret, oyster ports, the Teich ornithological reserve and the salt meadows of Ares-Lège.

The Dune of Pilat

The highest dune in Europe is located between ocean and forest. Each year, it moves from one to five meters. It impresses with its exceptional dimensions: approximately 100 m high, 2.9 km long and 616 m wide. Discover preserved flora and fauna through a guided hike or not.