Bordeaux wine draws its name from the city around which it has been produced since the 8th century. The city is considered the world's wine capital, hosting Vinexpo, the wine industry's biggest event worldwide.
Bordeaux is the world's wine capital, with about 450 miles of vineyards, 57 appellations, 9,000 wine-producing châteaux, 13,000 grape growers, 400 traders and sales of 14.5 billion euros annually. With an annual production of over 700 million bottles, Bordeaux produces large quantities of everyday wine as well as the most expensive ones.
Experience unforgettable times on the best golf courses in Aquitaine during an exceptional week in the heart of Bordeaux wines. Follow in the footsteps of some of the best golfers of the French Open on the Medoc Golf Course.
Biarritz, original location of traditional sports, is undoubtedly the French golf capital with 10 golf courses among them Biarritz le Phare dating back to 1888, and its international training center at Ibbaritz.
Following the pace of the ocean waves, where surfers unite from the world over, golfers will challenge the tough wind blowing up onto the links designed by the greatest golf architects, such as Robert Trent Jones Snr or Tom Simpson. Some memorable moments which will be in total harmony with the amazing Thalassotherapy treatments that the Basque city offers.
The Normandy region of France combines a 360-mile dramatic coastline, including the dramatically evocative World War II landing beaches, with a verdant interior of lush farmland, bustling market towns, and historic landmarks such as the cities of Caen, Bayeux and Rouen. Gastronomic delights abound, from fine cheeses to cider and Calvados.
The largest military landing in history took place in Normandy on June 6, 1944. Monuments, museums, bunkers and cemeteries are a living commemoration to the Battle of Normandy, a perfect base from which to tour the beaches.
In Normandy, enjoy the charms of playing golf between sea and land in the home of the impressionist painters. From the magnificent wooded golf course of the Château du Champ de Bataille to the clifftop Etretat Links, you will discover the many facets of playing golf in Normandy.
Paris, city of romance, symbol of culture, and world capital of gourmet cuisine, also offers the most prestigious golf courses in France.
From the magnificent woodland course of Fontainebleau to the very demanding links of the Albatross National course, you will experience a rich and varied golf itinerary, including the famous Chantilly golf course, French counterpart of the 'Royal & Ancient' and host of the French Open in the 1980s, where some of the world's most renowned golfers (Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros, Henry Cotton) tackled very difficult roughs, comparable to those of the British Open.
Golf and Paris, a first-class golf journey in the dazzling French Capital.
Follow in the footsteps of the many painters and poets seduced by Provence and the French Riviera, its gentle way of life, the purity of the light, the exuberant vegetation, and the scent of the land.
Between two Provencal villages nestled in the mountains, you will discover some sumptuous golf courses designed by the greatest architects (Robert Trent Jones, Pete Dye, Gary Player), and will admire their natural splendour.
From Cannes and its world-renowned known movie festival to Saint-Tropez, the most famous French Riviera resort, you will walk on spectacular fairways, which overlook the Mediterranean.