Discover all the beauty of Aquitaine by borrowing our BMW i3, ideal for escapades in the vineyards or for an outing in town. From the Bassin d'Arcachon, to Saint Emilion, via Bordeaux, our region is rich in discoveries and leisure activities. Our concierges are at your disposal to organise your outings.
Rental: 100€ per day
Reach Bordeaux in just 20 minutes by car, to discover the wonders of the city classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007. The city is a treasure trove of architecture and heritage: from the Saint Pierre district to the Sainte Croix district, the squares of Old Bordeaux are located in one of the largest architectural complexes of the 18th and 19th centuries. A sumptuous "stone screen", the quayside façade stretches for more than a kilometre along the banks of the Garonne which is an ideal place to stroll. Bordeaux is also a city of gastronomes, and its restaurants and delicatessens will delight gourmets.
Stroll around Bordeaux
THE ARCACHON BASIN IN A TRADITIONAL PINASSE
Discover the Bay of Arcachon on board the pinasse (traditional boat) of the Sources de Caudalie for an unforgettable day of relaxation.
This trip starts at the port of Arcachon near its fish market, then you pass by the famous Ile aux Oiseaux and its cabanes tchanquées, then discover the beauty of the
Dune du Pyla, disembark on the Banc d'Arguin then go as far as the Cap Ferret jetty to watch the waters of the Bassin slip into the Ocean...
Pinnace rental (petrol & skipper)
From €1,380 for half a dayday.
The village of Saint Emilion, 45 minutes from the hotel, boasts exceptional architecture, winding streets and shady squares.
The medieval town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. If the architecture of the village is exceptional, it is the reputation of its vineyards that will attract wine lovers. In the eight communes of the appellation, nearly 5,200 hectares of vines produce the precious nectar each year.
Our Concierge service will be happy to organise a day of discovery of the most beautiful addresses in Saint Emilion.