The heritage of Saint-Emilion
and its region

During your stay you can visit many monuments and places of interest such as the Tour du Roy and the ramparts, the Cloisters and the Collegiate Church, the Belfry, the Cloister of the Cordeliers, the Trinity Chapel Church but also the monolithic church, the Hermitage Grotto and the Catacombs ...
Of course, the wineries are of equal interest and you can learn as much about winegrowing as about different winemaking procedures, visit the vat room and the cellar and end with a tasting.

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The countryside and nature are also to be discovered by enjoying a boat trip along the Dordogne river during the high season (April to September) to take in the wild and beautiful aspects of our region.
Walking and hiking trails and cycling paths will enable you to get a closer look at nature, the vineyards and unexpected places, leading you off the beaten track ...