An atraveo customer wrote: "The house is really directly at the beach, depending on the tide at the water."1/10The Atlantic ocean at your feet
French Atlantic coast | Hidden bays, rugged cliffs, idyllic little towns and a holiday house directly at the ocean – that is a vacation along the French Atlantic coast.
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Holiday park at Vendres Plage with swimming complex and mobile homes with space for up to 8 people.2/10Fun for the entire family
Aquitaine | A vacation in a holiday park is particularly ideal for families. As parents you can lean back and relax whilst your kids are taken care of your hands and are fully entertained.
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3/10Vacation with your dog
Atlantic coast | With these holiday houses it is expressly allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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4/10The scent of lavender
Provence | The fields of the Provence are lit up with deep shades of violet and blue between mid-June and mid-August. A fresh scent of lavender is then laid over the landscape. Best time to travel, don’t you think?
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View from an appartement for 4 people in the residence « Tour Eiffel »5/10You, me and the Eiffel Tower
Paris | After you have climbed up the Eiffel Tower during the day and an artist at Monmartre has drawn a portrait of you in the evening you can feel like a true Parisien in your holiday apartment.
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Culinary and cultural pleasures
Dordogne | Even though Dordogne situated in the centre of Aquitaine with no access to the ocean it still has a number of attractive features. The place is a focal point for gourmets. Probably like nowhere else in France one is able to indulge culinary delights. Fois gras, duck produce, ham, nuts, cépe and wines are just some of the culinary riches to be enjoyed here. Best you buy some truffles at one of the markets and prepare some tagliatelle with them. Add some butter and garlic and your luxury dish is complete. Need some exercise after dinner? Then take a stroll up towards one of the numerous caves. Next to the culinary offerings Dordogne has culturally a lot to offer. This includes for example the prehistoric cave drawing in the “Grotte de non Pair” which are at least 20.000 years old. Hike along the paths of our ancestors over winding paths in the groves and look forward to the sunset afterwards on the terrace of your holiday house with a glass of red wine.
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For the keen golfer several other golf courses are within easy reach, for instance the famous championship course at Château de Vigiers (18 hole par 72 and 9 hole par 36). Other golf courses
in the neighbourhood are the Golf and Country Club Villeneuve (18 hole ...
show more par 72, 9 hole par 31). Château Les Merles (9 hole par 36).
The Dordogne and the Vézère rivers offer either tranquil, or exciting canoeing. There is a riding stable very close to us, near the Château de Bridoire and there are masses of roads and tracks to walk or bicycle on.
BERGERAC is our main town and is situated in the heart of the Périgord Dordogne region, on the west coast of France. The ancient city of Bergerac is compact in size and characterised by its elegant Renaissance buildings that sit alongside those dating from medieval times. Gourmet restaurants, street entertainment and the fact that almost all of the city can be seen on foot is part of its charm. Bergerac is renowned for its wine, and a short trip to the outskirts of the city reveals a landscape of vineyards that produce some of the world's finest vintages.
The City of Bergerac is a modern little city that celebrates a long history. It centres on its old river port where rows of medieval half-timbered houses that lean over narrow alleyways, such as in Saint-Clar Street, vie for attention with the elegant 17th century houses in places like the Rue l'Ancien-Pont. Swans on the Dordogne river, parterres of lagerstroemia flowers dotted around its squares, including the city's largest square the Pélissière Place, and numerous little shops that draw the innocent visitor inside with ease add to its charm.
A gentle walk around the city will reveal interesting museums, such as the Musée du Tabac and the Maison des Vins, tourist attractions like the statue of Cyrano de Bergerac, the hero of Edmond Rostand famous comedy, and plenty of street markets buzzing with activity. Then, of course, there are Bergerac's restaurants that come to life in the evenings. It is possible to enjoy the finest truffles or wild boar with one of Bergerac's world-famous wines, including its Monbazillac and Côtes de Bergerac.
Eating out in Bergerac is not so much a special occasion as a necessity. It is renowned for its dedication to gastronomy. Numerous restaurants, cafés and crêperies serve everything from flavour some light meals to glorious presentations of several courses - and, of course, accompanied with some of the world's finest wines. Look out for tourins, a local soup, truffles and foie gras. The area is known for its wild boar, partridge, hare, quail, duck, geese and trout, all of which will feature on almost all restaurant menus. Prices will start from around € 15 for a light meal.
BARS CAFES & NIGHTLIFE
The bars in Bergerac are varied from cozy, atmospheric little venues with memorabilia of its wine-making history to the ultra modern styles that are now emerging. All tend to be lively. Bergerac does have a couple of nightclubs for those seeking a hectic nightlife, and one cinema, the Cinema le Cyrano, but most of its evening entertainment focuses around its restaurants.
DO & SEE
La Maison Des Vins De Bergerac, Musée Costi, Musée Du Tabac, Themed Guided Visits in Bergerac, visiting St Emilion, visiting Bordeaux, caves, summer markets.