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  • Aquitaine Hotel B&B
  • 19/07/2019 - 20/07/2019
  • 1 room , 1 adult
  • 1 room , 1 guest

Hotels in Aquitaine

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Our hotels in Aquitaine

Bordered by the ocean, the Pyrenees and Spain, Aquitaine is home to a thousand and one different landscapes. Long beaches, pine forests, snow-capped peaks, castles... the region offers an infinite range of activities and places to explore during a family weekend in Aquitaine. Discover the well-preserved territory with exceptional gastronomy and globally-famous wines by booking lodging in Aquitaine.

Don’t delay, book your affordable hotel in Aquitaine today!

Weekends and holidays in Aquitaine: our hotels

Ah, Aquitaine!

Bordeaux wines, foie gras, a hotel in the Bassin d'Arcachon, the Basque coast, the Lascaux caves, Sarlat and no fewer than 15 “most beautiful villages in France”! With its numerous attractions, for a weekend with your family, a romantic getaway or a trip with friends, plan your holiday in Aquitaine.

Rediscover your own origins in the Vallée de la Vézère, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site: a replica of the Lascaux cave, the national museum of prehistory...Take your children to the Préhisto-Parc for an unforgettable weekend in Aquitaine! On the agenda? Carving a silex, learning how to master fire...but no hunting for mammoths, unfortunately.

France’s largest wine-growing region, Aquitaine has more than 150,000 hectares of vineyard. You can enjoy tastings and visits of famous caves where you can appreciate the finesse of Bordeaux’s wines during a stay in Langon (Médoc, Graves Sauternes, Jurançon…).

The generous region of Aquitaine also offers beaches, hotels for the Fêtes de Bayonne, the Périgord Noir… If you’re a city lover, you will appreciate a hotel for a stay in Bordeaux, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site. Visit the old wine traders’ quarter, the Musée des Compagnons du Tour de France or the Museum of the Resistance, stroll along the riverfront or walk through the Grands Hommes neighbourhood.

There are too many activities to list- a sign that you’ll have to come back!