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gastronomy - CCI de Bordeaux
Dream Up Bordeaux
Château Kirwan
GASTRONOMY
Thanks to its great wines and exquisite cuisine, the Bordeaux area has an excellent gastronomic tradition. The city
of Bordeaux is France’s capital of good taste! Rich gourmet food and traditional specialties are served in fine
restaurants. Savor exquisite regional dishes accompanied by one of the thousands of Bordeaux wines!
 SOME PRODUCTS THAT YOU CAN’T MISS:
Foie gras: an inimitable taste that is synonymous with luxury and
celebration.
Macaroons: little round biscuits made with powdered almonds.
 THE CITY OF BORDEAUX ALSO HAS SOME
GREAT SPECIALTIES:
The “Bouchon de Bordeaux” (candy and chocolate at the same
time)
Arcachon Bay oysters: all the fresh sea air of the Bay of Arcachon in
an oyster.
Canelé cakes: a pastry with all the fine flavor of Bordeaux (a
smooth, crisp pastry from Bordeaux made of flour, milk, eggs and
rum.)
Aquitaine Caviar: the only French caviar.
Lamprey (fish is cooked with red wine)
Pibales (baby eels)
 RESTAURANTS
Further to the listing of “the French gastronomic meal” as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO,
Bordeaux definitely has its place in the sun. The city has no fewer than 8 Michelin-starred restaurants, with another 7 less than an hour’s drive away.
 HOSTELLERIE DE PLAISANCE **
33330 Saint-Emilion
www.hostellerie-plaisance.com
Chef: Philippe Etchebest
 CHÂTEAU CORDEILLAN BAGES **
33250 Pauillac
www.cordeillanbages.com
Chef: Jean-Luc Rocha
 LE ST-JAMES *
33270 Bouliac
 CLAUDE DARROZE *
 LA TABLE DE MONTESQUIEU *
www.saintjames-bouliac.com
33210 Langon
33650 La Brède
Chef: Nicolas Magie
www.darroze.com
www.chateau-mejean.fr
Chef: Claude Darroze
Chef: Christophe Girardot
33000 Bordeaux
 LA GUÉRINIÈRE *
 7ÈME PÉCHÉ *
www.chapon-fin.com
33470 Gujan-Mestras
33000 Bordeaux
Chef: Nicolas Frion
www.lagueriniere.com
www.7peche.fr
Chef: Stéphane Carrade
Chef: Jan Schwitalla
33000 Bordeaux
 LE GABRIEL *
 LE PATIO *
www.lepavillondesboulevards.fr
33000 Bordeaux
33120 Arcachon
Chef : Denis Franc
www.bordeaux-gabriel.fr
www.lepatio-thierryrenou.com
 LE CHAPON FIN *
 LE PAVILLON DES BOULEVARDS *
 LA CAPE *
Chef: François Adamski
33150 Cenon
 LE PRESSOIR D’ARGENT *
www.restaurant-lacape.com
33000 Bordeaux
Chef: Thomas Brasleret
www.pressoir-argent.com
 LA GRAND’VIGNE *
Chef : Pascal Nibaudeau
33650 Martillac
www.sources-caudalie.com
Chef: Nicolas Masse
 RESTAURANT JEAN MARIE AMAT *
33310 Lormont
www.jm-amat.com
Chef: Jean Marie Amat
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Chef: Thierry Renou
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 RESTAURANTS PROVIDING VEGETARIAN FOOD
In Bordeaux and its region you can find many restaurants that offer in their menu vegetarian dishes, here is the
list of some of them.
 KARL
 JIN RESTAURANT JAPONAIS
6 Place du Parlement
Phone: +33 (0) 5 56 81 01 00
www.karlbordeaux.fr
24 rue Fernand Philippart
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 79 23 30
www.jin-bar-restaurant.com
 BRASSERIE L’ALCAZAR
 LA BELLE EPOQUE
11 Place Stalingrad
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 32 51 73
[email protected]
2 Allée d’Orléans
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 79 14 58
www.la-belle-epoque-bordeaux.fr
 FERNAND
 IBAIA CAFÉ
7-8 Quai de la Douane
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 81 23 40
www.fernand-bordeaux.com
24 Quai des Chartrons
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 00 45 35
www.ibaiacafe.fr
 COOKING CLASSES
These schools provide the opportunity to gain culinary skills and creativity, all whilst using regional products.
They also allow you to discover old recipes together with rural products and learn to master the thousands of ingredients of an inspired cuisine…
 HOSTELLERIE DES CRIQUETS
 LES SAMEDI ŒNOCHEF
33290 Blanquefort
Phone: 33 (0)5 56 35 09 24
www.lescriquets.com
CIVB - 1, cours du XXX Juillet - Bordeaux
Phone: 33 (0)5 56 00 22 66
www.bordeaux.com
 MAISON DES CINQ SENS
 CÔTÉ COURS
58 rue Emile Gentil - Bordeaux
Phone: 33 (0)5 56 51 24 03
www.maisondescinqsens.com
Each participant can learn about and explore their culinary theme of
interest. Ensconced on the veranda overlooking the citrus grove and
bronze statues of Marc Petit, the chef shares his culinary expertise in a
unique setting.
Decorated by a famous kitchen designer, the rectangular area features
two islands suitable for 12 people. Once the students have finished
cooking, they can enjoy the food they have prepared at a round table
and discuss their experience.
Coté Cours also has a boutique where products and ingredients selected by the chef are on sale.
Learn, taste, discover, share, enjoy and improve your skills: Côté Cours
is a cooking school for everyone!
 ECOLE DE CUISINE DU CHAPON FIN
5 rue Montesquieu - Bordeaux
Phone: 33 (0)5 56 79 10 10
www.chapon-fin.com
 L'ATELIER DES CHEFS
25 rue judaïque - Bordeaux
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 00 72 70
www.atelierdeschefs.fr
Le Saint-James
3 place Camille Hostein - Bouliac
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 97 06 00
www.saintjames-bouliac.com/ecole-de-cuisine.php
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Bordeaux Shopping G uide
SHOPPING FACILITIES
Few people outside Europe realise what a shopper's paradise Bordeaux truly is. There are some of the world's
most popular brand names on parade here: Cartier, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Mont Blanc, Christian Lacroix, Rolex
and Tartine et Chocolat.
The pinnacle of shopping in Bordeaux is the Golden Triangle of the Allées de Tourny, the Cours de l'Intendance and the Cours Clemenceau. This
triangle contains the Place des Grands-Hommes, home to the city's most prestigious shops vending everything from foodstuffs the latest
fashions.
In the heart of Bordeaux is Rue Sainte-Catherine. This pedestrian only shopping street is 1.2 kilometers of shops, restaurants and cafes; it is also
the longest shopping street in Europe.
You don't have to shell out your last dollar on upscale designer shops, however. There are plenty of cheaper French chain stores here for you to
choose from along with countless locally owned boutiques where you can get something special at a reasonable price.
And of course don't forget the wine. The whole Bordeaux region offer their local vintages for sale by the case and at very favorable prices.
 BORDEAUX SHOPPING GUIDE
This guide, published by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, presents the
luxury boutiques, jewellers, fine restaurants and famous retails brands in the city
center.
«Bordeaux Shopping & Restaurants Guide », the indispensable Bordeaux address
book !
 GALERIES LAFAYETTE BORDEAUX
Ready-to-wear clothing for men, women, and children. Accessories. Jewelleries.
Lingeries. Perfumes. Leather goods. Gifts. Tableware. Linen goods.
New free service: A personnal shopper is ready to help you for an effective and
fast shopping.
11-19 rue Sainte-Catherine et 11 rue Porte-Dijeaux
Phone: 05 56 90 92 71
www.galerieslafayette.com
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Les Sources de C audalie
WELL-BEING AND SPA
Bordeaux and its surroundings offer you a whole world of well being where only serenity, tranquillity and relaxation exist… A world in which you will be the centre of attention… Thalassatherapy, spa… Give way to your
senses!
Choose the treatment you need: health therapy, post-natal treatment, slimming course, anti-stress balneotherapy or a thalassa beauty weekend… Let us pamper you!
Well-being, being at one with nature, tranquillity… Let yourself be wrapped in a soft bubble.
 SOURCES DE CAUDALIE
 QUALITY SUITES & SPA ARCACHON
Pioneer of a concept invented in France a decade ago, the
Caudalie Vinothérapie® spa continues to combine the virtues of
naturally warm spring water combined with vine and grape
extracts. This 1,500 m² spa offers exclusive well-being
treatments based on vine and grape-based products, such as the
famous Crushed Cabernet scrub, Honey and Wine Wrap, Barrel
Bath, and Winemaker's Massage.
90, Avenue de l’Europe – La Teste de Buch
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 15 22 22
[email protected]
www.qualityarcachon-spa.fr
 THALAZUR ARCACHON
Avenue du Parc - Arcachon
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 72 06 66
[email protected]
www.arcachon.thalazur.fr
Chemin Smith Haut-Lafitte - Martillac
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 83 83 83
[email protected]
www.sources-caudalie.com
 HOTEL CHÂTEAU GRAND BARRAIL
 SPA DE SÈZE
Route de Libourne – Saint–Emilion
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 55 37 00
[email protected]
www.grand-barrail.com
Enter the world of the Spa de Sèze, a unique place where purity
goes with elegance. Under former cellars, discover the
Hammam, Sauna, Jacuzzi and sensory showers combining
misting, chromotherapy, perfumes and discreet music. Extend
your relaxation under the expert hands of our beautician for
exquisite rituals: body scrub, body massage, face care, foot
reflexology...
 HOTEL DU MEDOC GOLF & SPA
Chemin de Courmateau - Le Pian Médoc
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 70 78 56
[email protected]
www.hotelgolfdumedoc.com
23 Allées de Tourny—Bordeaux
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 14 16 14
[email protected]
www.hotel-de-seze.com
 HOTEL VITALPARC
Route du Baganais - Lacanau Océan
Phone: +33 (0)5 56 03 91 00
[email protected]
www.vitalparc.com
 LE RELAIS DE MARGAUX
Chemin de l’ile Vincent – Margaux
Phone: +33 (0)5 57 88 38 30
[email protected]
www.relais-margaux.fr
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Golf du Medoc
GOLF AROUND BORDEAUX
Enjoy your favourite sport all year round on the 20 golf courses in 12 clubs, all less than one hour from Bordeaux.
The wine-loving golfer could try the course on the Médoc wine route, while those who prefer the bracing sea air
might choose the coastal course; in Gironde there is something for every golfer. Designed by renowned architects (Bill Coore, Rod Whitman, Olivier Brizon, Donald Steel…) the region’s golf courses host leading international competitions such as the French Open and the European Challenge Tour.
 MÉDOC
 BORDEAUX
 GOLF DU MÉDOC
 GOLF DE BORDEAUX LAC
www.bluegreen.com/bordeaux
Four European Tour tournaments have been played here,
including The French Open, won in 1999 by Retief Goosen.
 GOLF DE PESSAC
Golf du Médoc – Les « Vignes course » - 6842 yards, par 71
www.bluegreen.com/pessac
Golf du Médoc - Les « Châteaux course » - 6946 yards, par
71
 GOLF DE BORDEAUX-CAMEYRAC
www.hotelgolfdumedoc.com
www.golf-bordeaux-cameyrac.com
 GOLF DE MARGAUX
 SAINT EMILION
www.relais-margaux.fr
 GOLF DE TEYNAC
 GOLF INTERNATIONAL DE LACANAU
www.golf-teynac.com
www.golflacanau.com
 BAY OF ARCACHON
 GOLF DE LA MEJANNE
 GOLF DE GUJAN MESTRAS
www.lacanau.mejanne.free.fr
www.bluegreen.com/gujan
 GOLF DE BISCAROSSE
www.biscarossegolf.com
 GOLF DES AIGUILLES VERTES
www.golf-aiguillesvertes.com
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DISCOVER OUR CYCLING TRACKS...
The Gironde department is criss-crossed with a network of bicycle and pedestrian paths. There are more than
700 km of paths set aside for cyclists, and over 2,000 km of hiking trails more propitious to mountain bikes.
These are complemented by 453 km of urban cycle lanes.
Such a huge network is only normal for France's largest department.
The Gironde offers safe cycling in a rich, varied environment. Bicycle hire stations are available throughout the
department.
 THE ARCACHON BAY
In the Arcachon Bay area, the 90 km separating the southern part of La Teste-de-Buch from Cap-Ferret on the northern side need to be travelled
by car. However, from one village to the next, it is also possible to go along cycle paths or the coastal path to discover the region from port to
port.
 THE MÉDOC
In the Médoc, it is possible to follow the coastline for 120 km, from the Pointe de Grave to Arcachon, stopping along the way, if you wish, on the
famous Route des Châteaux.
 THE ENTRE-DEUX-MERS
Cyclists in the Entre-Deux-Mers region will appreciate the small, peaceful hills and valleys thanks to the Piste Verte Roger Lapébie, nearly 50 km
long. Located along a former railway track, this gently-sloping path goes through beautiful countryside. Parking lots, picnic areas, cafés,
restaurants, bed and breakfasts, etc. are all available close to the cycle path.
 THE SUD-GIRONDE
In the Sud-Gironde the path goes through the largest forested area in Europe: forêts des Landes de Gascogne, the beautiful villages of Sauternes
or Langon and also through historical patrimony of place such as Château de Roquetaillade, Château de Cazeneuve, Collégiale d’Uzeste…
 CARNET DE VOYAGE CYCLO
In order to prepare your trip, the Carnet de Voyage CYCLO published by the Gironde Department Tourist Committee, outlines the network of
paths and trails, and suggests itineraries covering 410 km. Each section is accompanied by a detailed map, with places to see and useful addresses. The guide also suggests trips and tourist circuits throughout the Gironde and points out some of the department's many points of
interest.
GIRONDE TOURIST BOARD
www.tourisme-gironde.fr
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Bordeaux Wine Festival
FESTIVITIES & EVENTS
In Gironde, any event is a festive occasion: gastronomy and wines of course, but also activities involving nature,
sports, traditions, history…
All year long, festivities and events take place for you to discover the riches of the local heritage.
 BORDEAUX WINE FESTIVAL, NEXT
EDITION 26 – 29 JUNE 2014
In the unique setting, on the quays of the Garonne, at the heart of the
UNESCO world heritage site, a festival for all wine and gastronomy
lovers. (every two years in June)
 RIVER WINE ROAD BETWEEN MYTHICAL AND
HISTORICAL FACADE
The appellations Bordeaux, Bordeaux Supérieur, Côtes de Bordeaux,
Saint-Emilion-Pomerol-Fronsac, Médoc and Graves, Blancs liquoreux,
vins d’Aquitaine or the major wine brands of Bordeaux will create a
wine route of almost 2 km along the Garonne river. A true initiatory
course from 11 am to midnight, where people will discover the diversity of the 80 Bordeaux and Aquitaine appellations combined with
regional products, thanks to the winegrowers, wine merchants and
their properties.
 FOUR NIGHTS OF ENCHANTMENT
Every evening, at the Place de la Bourse and on the river, the Bordeaux Wine Festival offers an artistic and musical programme combining classical music, pyrotechnics, sound and lights. More than 60 000
people gather at nightfall to share moments of emotion and amazement.
 MEETINGS BACCHUS
 PASS TASTINGS, PASS VINEYARDS, TO DISCOVER THE RICHNESS OF THE WINES
Over four days, a great number of activities and meetings are offered
for all ages: wine schools and master classes, barrel rolling races and
brotherhood parades, a huge Bacchus feast, not forgetting the vineyard discovery tours, which take place everyday at the start of the
festival.
Thanks to this passport for everyone can experience the quality and
diversity of wines from Bordeaux and Aquitaine. Its owner will,
according to his tastes and his pace, discover a true original initiatory
journey by meeting with wine growers and traders from well-known
area.
www.bordeaux-fete-le-vin.com
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 OTHER EVENTS
 WEEK-END DES GRANDS CRUS
9th edition: may 2014
The Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux is pleased to reconvene this exclusive weekend in
the very heart of the prestigious Bordeaux appellations for all fine wine passionates.
It offers a unique occasion to taste under one roof over a hundred Grands Crus, presented
by their creators, and to discover the exceptional 2009 vintage.
And after the tasting, we suggest to prolong the experience with prestigious dinners in
wine châteaux and vineyard tours.
http://ugcb.net/
 THE MÉDOC CASTLES MARATHON
29th edition: 7th September 2013
Seen by the Americans as one of the most beautiful marathons of the world, the Médoc
Marathon, faithful to its reputation and festive atmosphere, remains incomparable. Passing through the towns and castles, the competition starts in a spectacular fashion and the
sporty wine connoisseurs appreciate the Médoc wines (September, Pauillac).
www.marathondumedoc.com
 THE BATTLE OF CASTILLON
Historical reconstruction of The Hundred Years War. Four performances at the end of the
week (from July to August).
www.batailledecastillon.com
 DOORS TO THE CASTLES OF GIRONDE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- Saint Emilion Festival and the Jurade Festival, June.
www.saint-emilion-tourisme.com
- Doors open to public at the Graves Castles, October.
www.vins-graves.com
- Doors open to the public at the Pessac Léognan Castles, December.
www.otmontesquieu.com
 BORDEAUX CELEBRATES ITS RIVER
June 2015
Bordeaux has created a festival on the theme of the river, music and dance ... A rich nautical and artistic events on both banks of the Garonne program. With the presence of the
Solitaire du Figaro Eric Bompard Cashmere, Bordeaux celebrates the river took on a special significance.
www.bordeaux-tourisme.com
 THE OYSTER FESTIVAL
Every summer, the towns of the Arcachon Bay celebrate the queen of the Bay… the oyster! (July-August) .
www.bassin-arcachon.com
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