Discover the Bordeaux region

Besides letting go of the pleasure of doing nothing, how can you use your time? Why not discover the region according to your desires or interests through unexpected sites.

Château Couffins is only 20 minutes from Bordeaux, so it is the ideal opportunity to visit the most trendy city in 2017 according to the Lonely Planet tourist guide. The Port de la Lune, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will seduce you with its history, its historic buildings, but also its prestigious vineyards and châteaux.

Also very popular, the town of Blaye, which is located 34 km from Château Couffins, welcomes many curious visitors every year, especially for its Citadel, a former military fort that is worth visiting.

A little closer to the castle, exactly 23 km away, a land of wine also known for its vineyard slopes, you can discover the village of Bourg sur Gironde, its small marina and its breathtaking view of the Gironde estuary.

Visitez le vignoble bordelais

Relaxation in the heart of nature

Passionate about golf ? Between two business lunches or during your stay, you will have the opportunity to play on the "green" of the Golf de Bordeaux-Lac, or on the Golf de Bordeaux-Cameyrac, both located only 30 minutes by car from our castle.

River companies offer you cruises to discover the Gironde estuary with lunch stops on the islands 20 km from Château Couffins. Contact the tourist office Bourg-Blaye, "Terre d'Estuaire".

Finally, discover the Fronsac vineyards, 9 km from Château Couffins, with hiking or mountain bike trails, contact the Fronsac tourist office which will inform you of the seasonal activities.


Arcachon 95 km away - Cap Ferret 75 km away

No serious discovery of the Gironde without a trip to the Bassin d'Arcachon.

Discover Arcachon and the Seafront, the Winter City at the end of the 19th century.
Climb to the Dune du Pyla, the highest dune in Europe (105m). Magnificent view on the Bassin.
A stroll on the Bassin, in pinasse.
Embark at Thiers jetty and discover the "île aux oiseaux" and the "tchanquées" huts, the Banc d'Arguin and disembark at Cap Ferret, in Bélisaire.

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