• Pau Tourisme

    In Pau a single castle tells you a thousand years of history, birthplace of our famous King Henry IV in a city with an atypical destiny … a county close to the Pyrenees, the link between Spain and France … a terroir to Béarnais accents that gave birth to kings, Read more [...]

  • Perigueux Tourist Office

    Perigueux: the town and its history Discovering Perigueux is like looking through a history book. Climb aboard the time machine and let’s discover the history of our town. By visiting the Art and Archaeology Museum in Perigueux you will journey back to mankind’s origins by means of the numerous prehistoric Read more [...]

  • Poitiers Tourist Office

    As the regional capital and a university city, Poitiers can boast a heritage of 2,000 years of history that is interwoven into its present urban landscape. Surrounded by the rivers Clain and Boivre, the promontory of Poitiers welcomes its visitors in a historic centre of great character, embellished by the Read more [...]

  • La Rochelle Tourist Office

    Thirst of culture? Follow a guided tour to discover the glory days of La Rochelle, a rich and rebel merchant city, its historical links with England, its monuments like the famous Towers of La Rochelle in the Old Port or the magnificent Town’s hall… Walk around the arcades streets and Read more [...]

  • Limoges Tourist Office

    Limoges’s diverse heritage and imposing monuments can be surprising : Saint-Etienne cathedral, which dominates the River Vienne valley, or the Saint-Michel-des-Lions church. Even the architecture of the 20th century is grandiose like the emblematic Bénédictins railway station, with its unusual oriental look, ESTER Technopole, wich looks like a huge saucer, Read more [...]

  • Aubusson Tourist Office

    The center of Aubusson life revolves around tapestry and carpets. They have been famous throughout the world since the 14th century. It all started with the arrival of weavers from Flanders around 1580 who took refuge at the confluence of the Creuse River and the Beauze. There’s the Musée Départemental Read more [...]

  • Bayonne Tourist Office

    In southwestern France, Bayonne is ideally situated for access to the Pyrenees mountains and the Atlantic coast. The town, sitting on the confluence of the Nive and Adour rivers, boasts a wealth of gourmet traditions and events which reflect both its Basque and Gascon influences. Thousands of years of history Read more [...]

  • Bergerac Tourist Office

    A proud city set along the banks of the Dordogne overlooking the endless journeys of the traditional scows with a renaissance heart. The town itself is closely watched by the shadow of the “nosey” Cyrano. Discover its history… The name of Bergerac is linked to the existence of a castle Read more [...]

  • Biarritz Tourist Office

    Biarritz, on the ocean at the foot of mountains, is forever marked by Napoleon III and the ‘well-knowns’ of the world. Thanks to Empress Eugénie Biarritz became a fashionable seaside resort Today the city is a leading destination for golf, surfing, thalassotherapy and Business tourism (incentive and conventions). More elegant Read more [...]

  • Bordeaux Tourist Office

    Discover the wonderful Bordeaux World Heritage site, recognised by UNESCO, as well as its attractive lifestyle: 18th-century urban design, architecture, the importance of the river throughout history, the city’s contribution to the development of ideas, and its place in history. Tour the city’s exciting, contemporary districts. Finally, look ahead to Read more [...]

  • Angouléme Tourist Office

    THE COMIC STRIP CAPITAL Once upon a time …there were three friends who, in 1969, created a festival in Angoulême to celebrate the Comic Strip or Bande Dessinée (BD) in French. Year by year , the event gathered momentum until in January 1974, the International Comic Strip Festival was born. Read more [...]