There is much to discover in the historic, beautiful city of Bordeaux. Located in an area well known for its wines and castles, it is close to the ocean.
Come and stroll around Bordeaux to discover its gentle way of life: you can climb to the top of the Saint-Michel spire, discover the Cité du Vin, stroll around the Capuchin market, go bargain hunting in Saint-Michel, cross the Place des Quinconces and discover the Porte Cailhau.
The Mirror of Water (Miroir d’eau) is the most photographed attraction, situated along the Garonne River in the city centre.
The trendy Darwin area will surprise you with its many bars and restaurants, and the Saint-Pierre district will give you a taste of the legendary south-western specialities.
Cycle around Bordeaux, discovering the public gardens, the Parc Bordelais and other wonders, the Allées de Tourny and its Christmas market, its shops and other good lifestyle districts such as the Chartrons.
Then head to the Arcachon basin to taste oysters, climb the Dune du Pilat or tour the vineyards of Pessac Léognan, Saint-Emilion and the Médoc.
In short, Bordeaux is a wonderful and coveted city. In recent years, many people have moved here to live and work.
The property market, as in most large cities in France, is tight.
With few offers and a high demand: you will benefit from being accompanied in your housing search by our relocation agency. We will be able to advise you on the different districts, types of housing, and the rental market through our excellent understanding of the real estate market and contacts within the local estate agencies.
Bordeaux is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and will never cease to surprise you.
Géraldine, relocation consultant in Bordeaux for our company