Entre-Deux-Mers designates the part of land between the Garonne and the Dordogne rivers. You will be delighted by its hilly landscape with vineyards, woods and meadows, wine-growing castles, Romanesque churches, villages and country houses.
The Sauve-Majeure abbey, Rauzan castle or the wonderful Mauriac house, Malagar, are a must.
And the Roger Lapébie cycle path (55 km), an old railway line that links Sauveterre-de-Guyenne to Bordeaux.
Two thousand years of history between men and the vine await you in the Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion. For the first time in the world, a wine-growing landscape has been put on the UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The medieval city of Saint Emilion, perched on a rocky promontory, is just 20 km from the campsite!
45 km away from the campsite, Bordeaux continues its metamorphosis which began with the rehabilitation of the quays and the historic center. Do not miss the Place de la Bourse, the Saint André cathedral, the reflecting pool, the Grand Theater, the Chartrons district or the Cité du Vin and its magnificent architecture reminiscent of a carafe.