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Bordeaux, Arcachon Bay, Saint-Emilion, Biarritz…
Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Aquitaine region will seduce you, not only with its UNESCO-listed sites but also with its sunny climate, its varied seaside landscapes as well as its numerous renowned vineyards.

Intertourisme, specialist in organizing trips in Aquitaine since 1981

We are specialized in the field of tourism, and more specifically in planning and booking trips for our clients.

Our goal is to provide our customers with quality services and attractive offers to enable them to have an unforgettable travel experience.

We are available to help our clients choose a destination, plan their itinerary and book any necessary services.

At Intertourisme, we are convinced that travel is an ideal way to discover new horizons and to enrich yourself with new experiences.

Which places to visit in Aquitaine?

Aquitaine is a fascinating region of France, full of places to visit. Among the must-sees is Bordeaux, famous for its wines.

There you can visit wine estates and taste local wines.

The Dune du Pilat is a popular excursion for nature lovers, with its breathtaking ocean views.

The Lascaux Caves near Montignac are a prehistoric wonder that will take you back 17,000 years.

The Vézère Valley Paleolithic Park is also a place to see for archeology enthusiasts.

Finally, the fantastic town of Biarritz offers stunning beaches, stylish boutiques and impressive surf spots.

What monuments can we discover in Aquitaine?

Aquitaine is a French region rich in history and culture, offering a large number of monuments to visit. Here are some suggestions for sites to discover:

– The medieval city of Sarlat: Located in the Dordogne, this picturesque town is known for its cobbled streets, stone houses and historic buildings.

– The Saint-André de Bordeaux Cathedral: built between the 12th and 18th centuries, this Gothic cathedral is one of the most impressive monuments in the region.

– The Château de Beynac: perched on a hill overlooking the Dordogne, this well-preserved medieval castle is a typical example of the region’s architecture.

– The Lascaux Cave: famous for its prehistoric paintings, this cave located in the Vézère valley is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

– The Pont d’Aquitaine: this suspension bridge, connecting Bordeaux to the right bank of the Garonne, offers a panoramic view of the city and the river.

This is just a small selection of the many tourist sites to discover in Aquitaine!

Which villages to visit in New Aquitaine?

The most beautiful villages of Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Corrèze: Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Saint-Robert, Ségur-le-Château, Turenne.

Dordogne: Belvès, Beynac-et-Cazenac, Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, Domme, Limeuil, Monpazier, La Roque-Gageac, Saint-Amand de Coly, Saint-Jean de Côle, Saint-Léon sur Vézère.

What is the know-how in Aquitaine?

Do you know what is made in Nouvelle-Aquitaine? Open the door to our workshops. We will introduce you to the art of tapestry in Aubusson and tan leather in Saint-Junien. In Limoges, we will have tea in our finest porcelain, as tradition dictates, accompanied by some homemade sweets. And there’s no question of letting you leave without a pair of Westons or Repettos, espadrilles or Charentaises. We have them all!

Here is the list of Cities and Artistic Professions in Nouvelle-Aquitaine as of June 2023:

In Charente: Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire; Bréville and Confolens.
In Charente-Maritime: The Château d’Oléron; Marennes – Hiers – Brouage; Mornac-sur-Seudre and Saint-Savinien-sur-Charente.
In Creuse: Aubusson and the Creuse Grand Sud Community of Communes.
In Dordogne: Monpazier and Nontron.
In Deux-Sèvres: Niort Agglo.
In Haute-Vienne: Saint-Junien and Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche.

Cheese routes in New Aquitaine

In Poitou: The chabichou and goat cheese route

In the Pyrenees: The Ossau-Iraty cheese route

Wine tourism in Aquitaine

With its prestigious appellations and its vineyards labeled “Vignobles et discoveries”, New Aquitaine is the largest fine wine vineyard in the world.

Bordeaux and the 5 vineyards | Cognac and its vineyard | Country of Bergerac and Duras | Jurançon, Béarn Pyrenees | The Island of Oléron | More confidential vineyards

Eco tourism in the neo-Aquitaine vineyards: 9 sustainable experiences to live

Low carbon wine route | Day in Saint-Émilion | In Entre-deux-Mers | In the Médoc | In Cognac | On the Island of Oléron | In Périgord | In Béarn | In the Basque Country.

The city of wine, “the Guggenheim” of Bordeaux!

Bold architecture that aims to evoke the soul of wine, between the river and the city. From now on, a new emblem of Bordeaux and its surroundings, serving know-how that merges with the history of Humanity.

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