Pauillac Travel Guide

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Pauillac Things to Do

  • Archaeological site of Brion

    this archaelogical site located in Saint-Germain d'Esteuil, 25 km from Pauillac. Nothing much we can see from this site, but it's good to know the history of this area.

  • Pin Sec Beach

    This Beach 35 km from Pauillac, located in Pin sec, on the Atlantic Coast, a wild, unspoilt stretch of beach, a hidden jewel on the South West coast of France. Mostly people come for surfing or learning to surf.And we can see several German bunkers on this beach. It's a very strange beach with german bunkers.

  • Gironde River

    75 km long, 12 km wide, with surface area of 635 square meters, the Gironde Estaury is the lagest estuary of Western Europe.

  • Fishing Shack

    You will see this fishing shack almost along the Gironde River. And its a nice place to enjoy the river view.

  • More Vineyard

    Pauillac is at the heart of the wine counttr, surrounded by the distinguished Haut-Medoc, Margaux and St.Julien appellations.

  • Airbus A380

    I saw this from the street and it's an Airbus on Board.... a big ship, freighted by river to Pauillac and then by land to Touluse.

  • Château Cos d'Estournel

    Château Cos d'Estournel is a winery in the Saint-Estèphe, not far from Pauillac The name Cos (with the S pronounced) refers to a "hill of pebbles" in Gascon dialect and the name Cos d'Estournel was given in 1810 by Louis-Gaspard d'Estournel. In the nineteenth century, he inherited vineyards, located near the village of Cos, and decided to exploit...

  • Chateau Beychevelle

    This Chateau located in St. Julien, not far from Pauillac.Built in the 17th century, reconstructed by the marquis de Brassier in 1757 and extended by the Heine family at the end of the 19th century. Classical in its lines, the imposing facade, topped with a majestic triangular pediment and with wings on each side, is embellished with volutes and...

  • Chateau Pichon Longeville

    Pichon-Longueville was once part of the same estate as Pichon Comtesse-de Lalande. The two separate entities lie just west of Château Latour at the southern end of the Pauillac commune in Bordeaux.

  • Vineyards

    Though the traces of Pauillac is as old as the prehistory, in the 18th Century the vineyard of Pauillac become famous. A classic Pauillac wine is rich, dense-coloured, full-bodied and profound with an elegant mix of black currants and cedary oak that is luxurious and distinguished when mature. There is a wide variation on this theme throughout...

  • Chateau Lafite Rothschild

    The quality of Château Lafite Rothschild needs no introduction. As early as 1815, Abraham Lawton had already designated it as leader: “I ranked it as being the most elegant and delicate, with the finest body of the three (leading wines)” he qualified in 1855. As to Château Lafite's attributes found in all vintages, it was an enlightened amateur...

  • Stroll in the City

    With Facade of the 18th century on the marina, Pauillac has a unique architecture. So many testimony of the past we can found it here. An interesting walk along the old streets where small traders are setting up today.


Pauillac Hotels

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  • Chateau Cordeillan-Bages

    Route Des Chateaux, Pauillac 33250

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel De France Et D'Angleterre

    3 Quai Albert Pichon, Pauillac, 33250, France

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

  • Le Vignoble

    5 Quai Albert Pichon, Pauillac, 33250, France

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

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