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France : Aquitaine
On the front of the Atlantic Ocean, in the southwest of France it is known from foreigner by its Bordeaux wines (Saint Emillion, Pauillac, Sauterne.) By its forests in the Landes area, with its large sand beaches, by the rich Basque Country and its culture, by its made gastronomy of “ foie gras”, from corn breed poultry, from its young cows fight, its majestic rivers and sometimes impetuous water goes down from the Pyrenees and borders it in its south. Bordeaux is the undeniable capital and its master key exchange with England is always present. The activity of the Internationals fairs is a testimony. The Place of the Quinconces gives an indication of the radiation of this metropolis. But the charm and the accent singing in the campaigns always give attractiveness renovate at this country of good food. It is a memory imperishable to walk in the September morning in the forest from exhales in first the scents of boletus, then the resins under the heat of the sun, tempered by a refreshing marine breeze.

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Lodging :
» Château d'Urtubie (Urrugne) » Château de Régagnac (Régagnac)
» Manoir de Pouzergues (Moncaut) » Château d'Arbieu (Bazas)
» Château de la Borie-Saulnier (Champagnac-de-Belair) » Le Domaine de Payou (Gourbera)
» Château Lamothe (Saint Sulpice et Cameyrac) » Château de Foulon (Castelnau-de-Médoc)
» Château de Lamothe (Castillonnes) » Château Saint-Aignan (Saint Loubès)
» Hôtel de Pontac (Bazas)  
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