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Experience Excursions

An eclectic & electric getaway

Discover the amazing beauty of Aquitaine with our electric BMW i3. Borrow it and it will become a perfect companion for getaways in the vineyards or little breakouts in the city !

From Arcachon’s Bay, to Saint-Emilion village passing by Bordeaux thrilling atmosphere, our region is full of beautiful discoveries and leisure activities. Our reception is at you entire disposition to organize your next trip.

BMW i3 rental, 100€/day



Bordeaux is barely 20 minutes away by car to explore the marvels of the city, classified a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007.

The city is a treasure-trove of historic heritage and architecture: explore one of the largest concentrations of unspoiled 18th and 19th-century architecture in France in the picturesque streets and squares between the Saint Pierre and Sainte Croix districts. The large numbers of former religious buildings around Saint Michel, with its towering Gothic spire, and Sainte Eulalie church are reminders of the city’s prosperity in the Middle Ages.

Bordeaux is also known for its fine cuisine, with restaurants and delicatessens to delight the most demanding gourmets.

Arcachon bay

The Atlantic Ocean and its endless white-sand beaches beckon, less than an hour from Les Sources de CaudalieLa Dune du Pyla, the highest sand-dune in Europe, marks the entrance to Arcachon Bay.

A boat trip around Arcachon Bay on the Caudalie, a traditional pinnace seating up to 12 passengers, features “cabanes tchanquées” – wooden houses on stilts – on the Ile aux Oiseaux, and views of the Banc d’Arguin and the Cap Ferret peninsula.

A tasting of oysters at the grower’s dock will make your outing truly unforgettable.

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Located 45 minutes from the hotel, the village of Saint Emilion features outstanding architecture on narrow cobblestone streets and shaded squares. The medieval village has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.

Although the architecture is quite outstanding, wine lovers are even more attracted by the famous local red wine. Amazingly diverse terroirs account for enormous variety. The appellation is comprised of Saint-Emilion and 7 neighbouring communes with a total of nearly 5,200 hectares of vines.

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Please ask at reception, and Sources de Caudalie will be glad to suggest which cellars to visit and to open the doors to the most famous châteaux.

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