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Weekend discovering Bordeaux and its vineyards by bicycle

3 Days

2 Nights

With its redesigned quays and 160 km of bike paths, Bordeaux is the sixth most bike-friendly city in the world. And new routes are being built every month! An open invitation to roam the “Sleeping Beauty” by bike at your own pace, taking the time to admire the incredible wealth of its architecture and monuments.

No less can be said of the village of Saint-Emilion, with its world-renowned vineyard and Blaye Citadel, the gateway to the Gironde estuary. There you will discover unique views and enjoy culinary breaks throughout your journey on two wheels. 

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Day 1


  • Bike tour of Bordeaux, its hsitoric districts and the right bank
  • Lunch in the city centre
  • Wine tasting at a wine estate
  • Dinner in a traditional restaurant
  • Accommodation in a charming guest house in the centre of Bordeaux

Day 2

Saint Emilion

  • Bike ride through the Saint-Émilion vineyards
  • Stop at a wine estate for a tour and tasting
  • Lunch in the heart of the medieval town
  • Tour of the city and its underground monuments
  • Dinner in a traditional restaurant
  • Accommodation in a charming guest house in the centre of Bordeaux

Day 3

Bordeaux and Blaye

  • Visit to the Cité du Vin wine museum in Bordeaux
  • Visit Blaye by bike
  • Explore the Gironde estuary by bike
  • Visit Blaye Citadel
  • Visit and tasting at a wine estate
  • Dinner cruise on the Garonne
  • Accommodation in a charming guesthouse in the centre of Bordeaux 

Weekend discovering Bordeaux and its vineyards by bicycle

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3


Jump on your bikes, let's go! On this first day you’ll visit the historic districts of Bordeaux, followed by the right bank. After lunch in the city centre, head out to Graves for a wine tasting at a renowned wine estate.

Finally, the evening will be divided between dinner in a traditional restaurant and a cozy night in a guesthouse in the very heart of Bordeaux.

Saint Emilion

Next stage (transfer by your own means): the wine route with Saint-Emilion and a ride – still by bike – through the vineyards. If you love nature and wine, this getaway break is made for you! Discover this region’s rich history and heritage with magnificent views over the vineyard from prestigious chateaus (Cheval Blanc, Angelus, La Dominique and Ausone).

It no coincidence that Saint-Émilion was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999! A region shaped by men and enriched by nature.

Return to Bordeaux by your own means at the end of the day.



Bordeaux and Blaye

After the vineyards of Saint-Émilion, make way on this third day for the Côtes de Bourg and Côtes de Blaye vineyards! You will make your own travel arrangements from Bordeaux to Blaye.

Cycle through the green hills with narrow winding roads and on to a delightful road running along the Gironde estuary. Now you will understand why this area is referred to as the “French Tuscany”. Bike around the wine estates and charming villages. Follow the wooded paths and admire beautiful views over the Garonne and Gironde estuary, not forgetting to pay tribute to a technical feat of 17th-century engineering: Blaye Citadel, built under Vauban’s supervision.

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