Bordeaux fête le vin


Tour de France, a race first organised in 1903 by the newspaper L'Auto, is now considered the biggest cycle race in the world. This year the Tour de France will take place from Saturday 1 July to Sunday 23 July 2023.

Spread over a period of 23 days, the teams will have to tackle 21 stages covering a distance of almost 3,500km.

From Bilbao in Spain to the famous Champs-Elysées in Paris, 22 international brand teams will compete in this race, as they do every year. Although the route changes every year, the format of the race remains the same with at least two time trials, the crossing of the Pyrenees and Alps mountain ranges and the finish on the Champs Elysées in Paris.

Need an accomodation ?

Villa Segur is the perfect place to stay, located just a few minutes' walk from Bordeaux St Jean train station, with easy access to transport to Bordeaux Fête le Vin. 

Comprising just 6 rooms, Villa Ségur offers an unexpected calm given its location. You'll be charmed by its Art Deco style, transporting you back to the 1930s. 

What better way to start the day than with a full breakfast? Served in your room or in the courtyard, our breakfast is composed mainly of organic and local produce, to ensure you get the very best. 

Your visit to Bordeaux Fête le Vin can be accompanied by other visits to get to know Bordeaux and the surrounding region better. Discover the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and admire the architecture and the various parks and gardens; visit the Musée d'Aquitaine to learn more about the region's history, or continue your wine discovery with a visit to the Cité du Vin. Need a moment to relax? Take advantage of Rue Sainte Catherine, Europe's largest shopping street, to do some shopping. 

Our team will be happy to advise you on the best places to visit and eat in Bordeau.

Come and discover the Bordeaux wine region from June 22 to 25, 2023.

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