tourism gironde

Discover Gironde on vacation

The Gironde, with its rich palette of destinations, offers an unforgettable tourist experience that combines nature, culture and gastronomy.
Here’s an overview of the wonders you can discover during your stay at camping Lac de Cazaux.

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The Arcachon Basin

The Bay of Arcachon is a natural wonder known for the Dune du Pilat, Europe’s highest sand dune, offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.

The basin is also famous for its villages, idyllic beaches and oyster beds.

Blaye and Bourg

Blaye and Bourg, located in the Terres d’Estuaire region, plunge you into history and heritage with their imposing citadels and renowned vineyards.

It’s an invitation to explore the cultural and oenological riches of the region.

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visit bordeaux

Visit Bordeaux

Bordeaux, the capital of the Gironde region, is world-renowned for its majestic architecture, lively quaysides and renowned wine.

The city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is packed with museums, boutiques and gourmet restaurants.

Activities in Gironde

The Entre-deux-Mers region, between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers, boasts rolling countryside, medieval bastides and vineyards. It’s the ideal place for cycling and hiking enthusiasts in search of tranquillity and natural beauty.

Sud Gironde invites you to discover its mysterious forests, serene rivers and castles. This area is perfect for reconnecting with nature and exploring the region’s rural heritage.

The Atlantic coast offers over 100 kilometers of unspoilt beaches, ideal for surfing, swimming or simply relaxing in the sun. It’s a destination of choice for those seeking a waterside getaway.

For those who love outdoor adventure, the Gironde offers a wide range of activities, from cycling to hiking to boat trips, enabling you to discover the region from a different angle and enjoy its varied landscapes and biodiversity.

These destinations and activities are just a taste of what Gironde has to offer. For more information and to plan your visit, visit the Gironde Tourisme websites.

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Wine & food

The Médoc is a must-see destination for wine lovers. With its prestigious châteaux and vineyards, this region offers tastings and tours to delight even the most discerning palate.

Saint-Émilion, Libourne and Fronsac form an enchanting trio for history and wine enthusiasts. Saint-Émilion, another UNESCO-listed site, is famous for its Romanesque churches and legendary vineyards.

Gironde is also famous for its rich and varied gastronomy, offering local specialties such as Arcachon oysters, Bordeaux cannelé, and of course, the exceptional wines for which the region is internationally renowned.

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