The house is located in the village center, close to all amenities. The town mixes city, vineyards and forest. The Château du Taillan-Médoc and its cellars are a three-minute drive away.
It extends from the estuary of the Gironde to the edge of the Arcachon Bay. The omnipresent vines produce some of the most famous wines in the world. The coast is dotted with small seaside resorts, such as Soulac, Montalivet, Carcans, Hourtin, Le Porge or Lacanau, a paradise for surfers. In addition, part of the territory is made up of the Médoc Regional Natural Park.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a port, university, winegrowing, architectural and gourmet city. With many attractions to suit everyone, Bordeaux can be easily explored by foot, by bicycle or by public transport.
This delightful medieval village is famous for the quality of its wines, its typical architecture and its cobbled streets. It is pleasant to stroll through this open-air museum.
Located on the right bank of the Garonne this citadel built by Vauban overlooks the estuary. Both the fortress and the small town, famous for its vineyards, are to be discovered.
Le bassin d'Arcachon
This inland sea is bordered by the Cap Ferret peninsula and the Dune du Pilat, the highest dune in Europe. The bay is punctuated by seaside resorts and fishing villages known for their sandy beaches, oysters, markets,... Must-see: Bird Island, Dune du Pilat, the huts on stilts, Arcachon, the bird sanctuary of Teich,...