Saint Emilion and its Grand Crus (18km)
Delightful medieval village classified as World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1999, located in the heart of the famous Bordeaux vineyards, unique in its kind due to the preponderance of its wine estates, quality of its wines and majestic architecture and monuments.
The Grand Saint Emilion golf domain (22 km)
10 minutes from Saint Emilion, Tom Doak designed an exceptional golf course, unique in France, amidst ancient oaks and vineyards.
Bordeaux (40 km)
Nicknamed “the sleeping beauty” and part of the World Heritage of Humanity since 2007. Amazing city that should not to be missed, indulge yourself with a visit by boat, discovering the Quinconces, Place de la Bourse and the famous Sainte-Catherine Street, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of old Bordeaux.
The two seas
Discover the charm of ancient cities, country houses, abundant castles, mills, sites to see and museums, that make up the richness of our region. Magnificent abbeys and priories invite you to relax. In both cities and vineyards you can easily discover castles, dovecotes and original laundries randomly along lanes, footpaths or cycle paths.
The Blasimon County Domain (6 km)
On foot or by bike, this natural area of 50 hectares, offers a hilly and wooded area for nature lovers. The lake of 7 hectares includes a section reserved for swimming and fishing and other water activities.
Entertainment is available free of charge from July 1 to August 31: Introduction to Nordic walking, canoeing, fencing ….
The Roger Lapébie bicycle path (12km)
Tracing the route of an old railway line from Latresne to Sauveterre de Guyenne, this 47 km track allows you to cross the vineyards, forests and villages of the on foot, by bicycle or rollerblades.
The Dordogne (22kms)
Over water, by canoe or barge, let yourself be seduced by the richness of landscapes spanning both sides of the Dordogne River and its remarkable cultural heritage. You will discover the Bergerac, Bergerac, country houses and vineyards.
Arcachon Bay (106 km)
An hour and a half from the Domaine de Mercade, the Bassin d’Arcachon has kept its natural heritage intact (Dune du Pilat, marshes and salt meadows, the bird island …) and included in the Regional Natural Park of Landes de Gascogne. Lovers of “old stones” will find the charms of the nineteenth century villas of Arcachon irresistible.
Date to remember
Spring Festival in June and Ban harvest in September
Organized in Saint Emilion by Jurade
Gironde Chamber Orchestra Concerts in July and August
Created in 1987, concerts are held in several churches in the area.