Vineyards by bike

Author of this photo (licence CC) : Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux.

St Emilion

Author of this photo (licence CC) : André Mouraux.

Dordogne (Castel of Castelnaud)

Author of this photo : Mélaminebonnemine.


Author of this photo (licence CC) : Xlibber.


Author of this photo : Mélaminebonnemine.


The property has a lovely open outlook surrounded by fields and woodland, ideal for walkers and cyclists (local maps provided).

 If you like wine the area is surrounded with Chateaux giving you the opportunity for wine tasting and buying direct from producers.

Other Bordeaux vineyards like those of Sauternes or Médoc provide even more opportunities to taste fine wines.


Every day there is a local market - Libourne and Sainte Foy La Grande being two of the favourite markets with the French.  


There is the opportunity to discover Saint-Emilion, its medieval streets, its heritage, its traditions as well as visit exhibitions and attend local fetes.

There is also a wide range of cafes, restaurants, shops and culinary specialties.


 The cultural city of Bordeaux is less than an hour by car or train (train station at Saint-Emilion)

where you can enjoy its wonderful architecture and its french cuisine.

The Dordogne is only a short drive away with Bergerac being a favourite to visit.