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< Cheverny Castle

< Château de Chambord

< Château de Chenonceau

A jewel of French Renaissance built in 1513 by Thomas Bohier, François the 1st Intendant of Finance. The first part of the Château de Chenonceau was the simple rectangular four-towered block with steeply pitched roof standing on piles in the River Cher. This castle is now worldwide renowned for its five-arched bridge over the Cher river and was devoted to many Kings’ wives, including Diane de Poitiers, la toujours belle, and Catherine de Medicis, la fastueuse who inspired the magnificent gardens in front of the castle.

< Château de Villandry

< Amboise

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Château de Chambord


Château de Chenonceau

A jewel of French Renaissance built in 1513 by Thomas Bohier, François the 1st Intendant of Finance. The first part of the Château de Chenonceau was the simple rectangular four-towered block with steeply pitched roof standing on piles in the River Cher. This castle is now worldwide renowned for its five-arched bridge over the Cher river and was devoted to many Kings’ wives, including Diane de Poitiers, la toujours belle, and Catherine de Medicis, la fastueuse who inspired the magnificent gardens in front of the castle.


Château de Villandry


Amboise


< Bordeaux - Overview

Situated on the banks of the Garonne, Bordeaux has more than 2000 years of history to share. The city possesses an exceptional architectural heritage, notably dating from the XVIIIth century; situated at the unique environment of vineyards, forest, sea and mountains. Arriving by the Pont de Pierre, Bordeaux spreads itself out before you behind a splendid 18th century façade. Set out all along the "port of the moon", as the Middle Ages chronicler Froissart called it, its quays are in the same noble mould as the town itself, making one of the most harmonious architectural ensembles in Europe. A blossoming trading town during the Enlightenment through its maritime activity, Bordeaux today is a paradise for wine. Over centuries, the most prestigious vintages have passed through here Châteaux Petrus, Haut Brion, Margaux… For honeymooners, the many squares with their sunny terraces are just so many reasons to stop and relax. And when you appetite bids, let yourself be tempted by a good restaurant and savour the happy alliances of local products and fine wines.

< Chateau Franc Mayne

Wine tasting at Chateau Franc Mayne, a Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé wine renowned for its quality and its famous cellar and underground corridors. Located on the prestigious hillside of the Côte des francs, Château Franc-Mayne has a vineyard of 7 uninterrupted hectares, planted on the old stone quarries in the heart of the Saint-Emilion appellation.

< Château Maucaillou wine Museum

unique Museum is located in the heart of the Médoc, in Moulis, opposite the station. It is housed in the splendid Moulis, cellar and warehouses built in 1871. The exhibition is open all the year round and is a real learning experience as regards the winegrowing crafts. There is a complete inventory of winegrowing material used from the grape vine to tasting, by way of vineyards cultivation, cellar work and oenology. Associated crafts such as barrel building, cork processing and bottle manufacturing are also included, as well as pictures involving wine and some very unusual objects. Discover : a bright, shiny horse-drawn sprayer from the beginning of the century, an impressive winepress reminiscent of the Middle Ages, etc. See : a beautiful film on how to make and age wine.

< Château Mouton Rothschild

Wine tasting at Château Mouton Rothschild, one of the famous Five “Premier Grand Cru Classé” of Medoc vintages. It is worldwide renowned and in addition to the first class wine the vineyard makes, the magnificent property features one of the most interesting wine museum in the Bordeaux vineyards area. Certainly one of the most attractive wine tour for the wine amateurs.

< Cooking class at Chapon Fin

Le Chapon Fin is one of the top gourmet restaurant in Bordeaux. The Chef is renowned as one of the best in South West of France and his cooking classes are very famous. The session lasts one half day and includes lunch after the lesson.

< Massage and balneotherapy at Relais de Margaux

Welcome to the kingdom of wellbeing and harmony of body and mind. Relais de Margaux Spa and balneotherapy facility is a veritable haven of peace, where the windows open on to a natural setting that is the embodiment of calm and serenity, from the Gironde estuary to the renowned Margaux vineyards, ideal to escape the modern world and the stress of your daily life. Our experts will lavish you with treatments based on knowledge of the body, dietary balance and the harmony of energies. You will appreciate the virtues of water and the concentrated marine ingredients of the Thalgo product line, an inexhaustible source of beauty and an undisputed standard in the world of balneotherapy for forty years.

< Medieval town of Saint-Emilion

There are some architectural sites which have always seemed, from time immemorial, to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Saint-Emilion is just such a jewel of stones, in a natural setting of utmost beauty. This medieval town stands proudly at the top of the hill overlooking the worldwide renowned Saint-Emilion vineyards and is the ideal place for wine tasting and shopping. Built in the form of an amphitheatre, Saint-Emilion has also a remarkable monolithic church and its Romanesque monuments and vestiges tucked away in the back streets seem to defy the passage of time. The stone is a soft ochre colour, and somehow symbolises the town's spirit.

< Vinotherapy at Les Sources de Caudalie

Vinotherapy at Les Sources de Caudalie, original and exclusive skin care based on a harmonious combination of hot natural water and the health and beauty enhancing properties of grapes and wines. Treatments include red wine bath, barrel bath, exhilarating massages, wine and honey wrap, water jet shower, spa bath with jet stream, Turkish bath, etc. Unique in the world.

< Visit a foie gras farm

The foie gras is unique, it is the pearl, the jewel of the gastronomy subtle and fragrant savors of which already reserve for a long time the biggest sensations for the palaces of the gastronomes. Antiquity, Egyptians filled up the gooses with the same gestures as our farmers of the South-West today. A century before Jesus Christ, they are Romans who, by maturing them with figs reveal the gustative qualities of their liver. No more than 2000 years later, MAXIM'’, made to elaborate the livers fat to SOUILLAC, on the adges of the Dordogne, among Sarlat and Rocamadour, to the meeting place of two regions PERIGORD and QUERCY, in big gastronomic traditions and where the foie gras is “a king”.

< Wine tasting at Château Angelus

Less than a mile from the famous chapel of Saint-Emilion, Chateau Angelus has been owned by De Bouärd Laforest family for four generations. The winery has been named after an old part of vineyards from where the angelus bell of three different churches could be simultaneously heard. Worldwide renowned as one of the jewels in the Saint-Emilion vineyards, this property was classified Grand Cru Classé in St.Emilion's first classification in 1954, and it has been growing, both in size and reputation, ever since. Château Angelus combines the old wine traditions with modern technologies in order to maintain its quality at the top of Saint-Emilion vineyards.

< Wine tasting visit at Château d’Yquem

The history of Yquem (like its wine) keeps a mystery even today. If the vineyard has been existing for a long time, the present castle is rather quite recent (the oldest parts date from the 15th century). In 1993, four hundred years old were celebrated at Château Yquem. It was on the 8th of December 1593 when Jacques de Sauvage acquired in tenure simple by an agreement of exchange of estates "la maison appelée Yquem...", a Crown's property at that time. In the genealogy of Lur Saluces, there are three branches to be considered : the "Lur", the "Saluces", the "Sauvage". The archives of the Domain allow us to get back in the family's history until 990.

< Wine tasting visit at Château Pichon Longueville

Enoy a wine tasting at Château Pichon Longueville (Grand Cru Classé de Medoc).  It was in the 17th century that Jacques de Pichon, Baron de Longueville, established the vineyard of Pichon-Longueville, between St-Julien and Pauillac. The reputation of this wine grew very quickly and the fame of the domaine equalled that of Latour.

< Wine tasting visit at Château Smith Haut Lafitte

Château Smith Haut Lafitte owes its reputation as the “most Graves like Graves” to its superb Gunzien gravel soil. The estate consist of one unbroken 55 hectares (136 acres) vineyard and its history goes back to the Crusades (which explains the “fleur de lys” on the label). In the 18th century, the Scots navigator, George Smith ended up purchasing the estate. The next owner was M. Duffour-Dubergier, Mayor of Bordeaux, then, Louis Eschenauer one of the figures in the local wine trade. In the past seven years, the 16th century tower and the 18th century “chartreuse” of this outstanding Château have been completely renovated, two underground cellars were also transformed, and the current owners reinstated traditional viticultural practices. The exemplary quality, the excellent and structured balance of Smith Haut Lafitte’s red and white great growth wines is worthy of this total commitment to quality.

< Bordeaux Tour

< Wine Tasting at Chateau Figeac

Bordeaux - Overview

Situated on the banks of the Garonne, Bordeaux has more than 2000 years of history to share. The city possesses an exceptional architectural heritage, notably dating from the XVIIIth century; situated at the unique environment of vineyards, forest, sea and mountains. Arriving by the Pont de Pierre, Bordeaux spreads itself out before you behind a splendid 18th century façade. Set out all along the "port of the moon", as the Middle Ages chronicler Froissart called it, its quays are in the same noble mould as the town itself, making one of the most harmonious architectural ensembles in Europe. A blossoming trading town during the Enlightenment through its maritime activity, Bordeaux today is a paradise for wine. Over centuries, the most prestigious vintages have passed through here Châteaux Petrus, Haut Brion, Margaux… For honeymooners, the many squares with their sunny terraces are just so many reasons to stop and relax. And when you appetite bids, let yourself be tempted by a good restaurant and savour the happy alliances of local products and fine wines.


Chateau Franc Mayne

Wine tasting at Chateau Franc Mayne, a Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé wine renowned for its quality and its famous cellar and underground corridors. Located on the prestigious hillside of the Côte des francs, Château Franc-Mayne has a vineyard of 7 uninterrupted hectares, planted on the old stone quarries in the heart of the Saint-Emilion appellation.


Château Maucaillou wine Museum

unique Museum is located in the heart of the Médoc, in Moulis, opposite the station. It is housed in the splendid Moulis, cellar and warehouses built in 1871. The exhibition is open all the year round and is a real learning experience as regards the winegrowing crafts. There is a complete inventory of winegrowing material used from the grape vine to tasting, by way of vineyards cultivation, cellar work and oenology. Associated crafts such as barrel building, cork processing and bottle manufacturing are also included, as well as pictures involving wine and some very unusual objects. Discover : a bright, shiny horse-drawn sprayer from the beginning of the century, an impressive winepress reminiscent of the Middle Ages, etc. See : a beautiful film on how to make and age wine.


Château Mouton Rothschild

Wine tasting at Château Mouton Rothschild, one of the famous Five “Premier Grand Cru Classé” of Medoc vintages. It is worldwide renowned and in addition to the first class wine the vineyard makes, the magnificent property features one of the most interesting wine museum in the Bordeaux vineyards area. Certainly one of the most attractive wine tour for the wine amateurs.


Cooking class at Chapon Fin

Le Chapon Fin is one of the top gourmet restaurant in Bordeaux. The Chef is renowned as one of the best in South West of France and his cooking classes are very famous. The session lasts one half day and includes lunch after the lesson.


Massage and balneotherapy at Relais de Margaux

Welcome to the kingdom of wellbeing and harmony of body and mind. Relais de Margaux Spa and balneotherapy facility is a veritable haven of peace, where the windows open on to a natural setting that is the embodiment of calm and serenity, from the Gironde estuary to the renowned Margaux vineyards, ideal to escape the modern world and the stress of your daily life. Our experts will lavish you with treatments based on knowledge of the body, dietary balance and the harmony of energies. You will appreciate the virtues of water and the concentrated marine ingredients of the Thalgo product line, an inexhaustible source of beauty and an undisputed standard in the world of balneotherapy for forty years.


Medieval town of Saint-Emilion

There are some architectural sites which have always seemed, from time immemorial, to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Saint-Emilion is just such a jewel of stones, in a natural setting of utmost beauty. This medieval town stands proudly at the top of the hill overlooking the worldwide renowned Saint-Emilion vineyards and is the ideal place for wine tasting and shopping. Built in the form of an amphitheatre, Saint-Emilion has also a remarkable monolithic church and its Romanesque monuments and vestiges tucked away in the back streets seem to defy the passage of time. The stone is a soft ochre colour, and somehow symbolises the town's spirit.


Vinotherapy at Les Sources de Caudalie

Vinotherapy at Les Sources de Caudalie, original and exclusive skin care based on a harmonious combination of hot natural water and the health and beauty enhancing properties of grapes and wines. Treatments include red wine bath, barrel bath, exhilarating massages, wine and honey wrap, water jet shower, spa bath with jet stream, Turkish bath, etc. Unique in the world.


Visit a foie gras farm

The foie gras is unique, it is the pearl, the jewel of the gastronomy subtle and fragrant savors of which already reserve for a long time the biggest sensations for the palaces of the gastronomes. Antiquity, Egyptians filled up the gooses with the same gestures as our farmers of the South-West today. A century before Jesus Christ, they are Romans who, by maturing them with figs reveal the gustative qualities of their liver. No more than 2000 years later, MAXIM'’, made to elaborate the livers fat to SOUILLAC, on the adges of the Dordogne, among Sarlat and Rocamadour, to the meeting place of two regions PERIGORD and QUERCY, in big gastronomic traditions and where the foie gras is “a king”.


Wine tasting at Château Angelus

Less than a mile from the famous chapel of Saint-Emilion, Chateau Angelus has been owned by De Bouärd Laforest family for four generations. The winery has been named after an old part of vineyards from where the angelus bell of three different churches could be simultaneously heard. Worldwide renowned as one of the jewels in the Saint-Emilion vineyards, this property was classified Grand Cru Classé in St.Emilion's first classification in 1954, and it has been growing, both in size and reputation, ever since. Château Angelus combines the old wine traditions with modern technologies in order to maintain its quality at the top of Saint-Emilion vineyards.


Wine tasting visit at Château d’Yquem

The history of Yquem (like its wine) keeps a mystery even today. If the vineyard has been existing for a long time, the present castle is rather quite recent (the oldest parts date from the 15th century). In 1993, four hundred years old were celebrated at Château Yquem. It was on the 8th of December 1593 when Jacques de Sauvage acquired in tenure simple by an agreement of exchange of estates "la maison appelée Yquem...", a Crown's property at that time. In the genealogy of Lur Saluces, there are three branches to be considered : the "Lur", the "Saluces", the "Sauvage". The archives of the Domain allow us to get back in the family's history until 990.


Wine tasting visit at Château Pichon Longueville

Enoy a wine tasting at Château Pichon Longueville (Grand Cru Classé de Medoc).  It was in the 17th century that Jacques de Pichon, Baron de Longueville, established the vineyard of Pichon-Longueville, between St-Julien and Pauillac. The reputation of this wine grew very quickly and the fame of the domaine equalled that of Latour.


Wine tasting visit at Château Smith Haut Lafitte

Château Smith Haut Lafitte owes its reputation as the “most Graves like Graves” to its superb Gunzien gravel soil. The estate consist of one unbroken 55 hectares (136 acres) vineyard and its history goes back to the Crusades (which explains the “fleur de lys” on the label). In the 18th century, the Scots navigator, George Smith ended up purchasing the estate. The next owner was M. Duffour-Dubergier, Mayor of Bordeaux, then, Louis Eschenauer one of the figures in the local wine trade. In the past seven years, the 16th century tower and the 18th century “chartreuse” of this outstanding Château have been completely renovated, two underground cellars were also transformed, and the current owners reinstated traditional viticultural practices. The exemplary quality, the excellent and structured balance of Smith Haut Lafitte’s red and white great growth wines is worthy of this total commitment to quality.


Bordeaux Tour


Wine Tasting at Chateau Figeac


< Deauville

the lady of the French coast its most glamorous seaside resort, symbolizes elegance, prestige and sophistication. Population of 5,000, this sea side town has been a fashionable place since the first century. Its lovely harbour has become an international meeting centre for all sorts of pleasure boats. As well as being a terrific place for shopping, Deauville is also famous for its beaches, casino and magnificent race-track.

< Honfleur

A famous painters port, with its colourful fishing boats and timber-beamed houses, which has been a haven for artists since the beginning of the impressionist period.

< Monet's gardens in Giverny

A wonderful promenade in the flower paradise of the impressionist Master. The house with its pink crushed brick where Claude Monet lived from 1883 till 1926 with its restored colourful décor. The visitor can admire the collection ofJapanese prints by the Master and the huge Nymphéas studio which contains the Foundation's shop. The garden has been replanted as they once were : the rectangular Clos Normand offers a palette of varying colours from Spring to Autumn by the painter-gardener who was "ecstatic about flowers". Lastly the water garden with its famous Japanese Bridge, its azalea and its pond has become again that casket of sky and water which inspired the pictorial universe of the water lilies.

< Mont Saint Michel

< Visit the D.Day Beaches

Deauville

the lady of the French coast its most glamorous seaside resort, symbolizes elegance, prestige and sophistication. Population of 5,000, this sea side town has been a fashionable place since the first century. Its lovely harbour has become an international meeting centre for all sorts of pleasure boats. As well as being a terrific place for shopping, Deauville is also famous for its beaches, casino and magnificent race-track.


Honfleur

A famous painters port, with its colourful fishing boats and timber-beamed houses, which has been a haven for artists since the beginning of the impressionist period.


Monet's gardens in Giverny

A wonderful promenade in the flower paradise of the impressionist Master. The house with its pink crushed brick where Claude Monet lived from 1883 till 1926 with its restored colourful décor. The visitor can admire the collection ofJapanese prints by the Master and the huge Nymphéas studio which contains the Foundation's shop. The garden has been replanted as they once were : the rectangular Clos Normand offers a palette of varying colours from Spring to Autumn by the painter-gardener who was "ecstatic about flowers". Lastly the water garden with its famous Japanese Bridge, its azalea and its pond has become again that casket of sky and water which inspired the pictorial universe of the water lilies.


Mont Saint Michel image


Visit the D.Day Beaches




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