Saint Emilion : the village of Saint-Emilion, its Monolithic Church, the hidden charms of the medieval city and the mysteries that surround its history.

Cadillac : its castle of the Dukes of Epernon, its halls and ramparts.

La Brède : Montesquieu castle and the 13th century keep.

Haut-Langoiran : the ruins of the 13th and 14th century fortified castle.

Portets : the castle of Mongenan and its gardens.

La sauve Majeure : its 11th century abbey.

Preignac : 17th century Malle castle, guided tour.

Verdelais : the Basilica of Notre Dame, a major pilgrimage site, the Château de Malromé remains from Toulouse Lautrec in St André du Bois, and Malagar in Saint Maixant remains François Mauriac.

Saint Macaire : medieval town, fortifications, 11th and 15th century Benedictine church.

Bazas : the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist of the Middle Ages.

Rions : fortifications of the 14th century and its 12th century church.

Loupiac : its Gallo-Roman baths.

Sainte Croix du Mont : the 16th century Loubens castle and the 18th century Bertranon castle.

Barsac : its 18th century church.

Villandraut : the castle of Pope Clément V.

Bordeaux : City that has been recently renovated, the Grand Theater, the big bell, the Porte Cailhau, the Saint André Cathedral, the ruins of the Palais Gallien, the Place de la Bourse, the Aquitaine Museum, the Fine Arts museum, the Pey-Berland Tower, Jacques Chaban – Delmas Bridge, The Botanical Garden, the Girondins statue, a city listed as World Heritage by UNESCO in 2007.

A natural environment rich in forests and lakes all the way down to the Atlantic beaches with the Bay of Arcachon and the Pyla Dune.

A lake close to our village with its renowned school of wakeboard and water-ski.