Angélus by floc’h
in Saint-Émilion

“I was born in Angélus, and it has made me what I am today.
I walked to school in Saint-Emilion from here throughout my childhood, following the high stone walls that line the path into the village”…
Saint-Emilion is the cradle of the de Boüard de Laforest family.

Hubert de Boüard de Laforest


La Maison de la Cadène

Located just a short walk from the Logis, the Maison de la Cadène is a fine 17th century residence offering four suites, living space and chill-out areas. With a superb view looking out over the historical town, the Maison de la Cadène combines wood panelling, old parquet flooring and terra cotta and porcelain pieces with several contemporary touches.

Hostellerie de Plaisance

The Hostellerie de Plaisance offers modern rooms and suites designed by Alberto Pinto, all of them overlooking the medieval town’s unique setting. It is complemented by “La Maison” located in the heart of the vineyard of Château Pavie. The Hostellerie de Plaisance offers the gastronomic delicacies of a two-star Michelin restaurant, a creative cuisine and a superb wine list made up of French wines.

L’Auberge de la Commanderie

This ancient Templar house located in the heart of the medieval town with a panoramic view of the monuments and vineyards, offers the tranquil charm of a family home.

Intercontinental Le Grand Hôtel


A Jacques Garcia design, the rooms of this magnificent hotel have a unique cachet and décor, as well as an ideal location in the centre of Bordeaux.



In a typical Bordeaux 19th century hôtel particulier, the hotel’s twelve bedrooms and suites feature an exciting unique, offbeat décor. Also offering a sweet-scented garden, a dining room with a shady terrace, this location will provide an unforgettable stay.

Le Boutique Hôtel


Ideally located in the very centre of Bordeaux, this hotel is a real haven of tranquillity. It offers the exceptional setting of a former hôtel particulier dating from the 18th century.

Les Sources de Caudalie


This is a place dedicated to l’art de vivre in the middle of vineyards, where the attention to detail is worthy of a palace but where the atmosphere is one of a family home. Don’t miss its Vinotherapy spa in the exclusive care programme.

La Coorniche

Pyla sur Mer

Set on the highest sand dune in Europe, this hotel-restaurant, suspended between the sea and the sky, offers a breath-taking view. Probably one of the most beautiful places in the world.

Le Logis de la Cadène

Just like a family home with the weathered charm of the years, the Logis de la Cadène offers rooms and suites of gentle and subtle elegance. With a mix of materials, bathrooms adorned with cement tiles, furniture in weathered wood, old restored parquet flooring and rare objects, the whole is an invitation to rest and chill out and even laze to your heart’s content.

3 place du Marché au bois
33330 Saint-Emilion


Le Logis de la Cadène

Awarded a first Michelin star in 2017, the chef Alexandre Baumard revisits the classic dishes of French gastronomy, transcending them by adding his own creative touch. His cuisine varies according to the season’s local produce, which he selects himself with meticulous care.
The wine list offers several hundred growths from the finest vineyards around the world –guaranteed to excite the taste buds of any keen wine enthusiast.

Les Belles Perdrix

A gastronomic cuisine that gives free expression to creativity in the heart of the vines of Château Troplong Mondot, a 1-star Michelin restaurant set among the chicken coop, orchards and vegetable garden. A peaceful location to be enjoyed for its refined setting and terrace overlooking the vineyard slopes and the Dordogne valley while savouring delicious fare.

Le Café Saïgon

Fresh and spontaneous cuisine made up of Vietnamese specialities with authentic flavour.

Lard et bouchon

Located within an old vat cellar cut directly out of the rock, the Lard et Bouchon is a warm and welcoming venue where numerous wine appellations can be tasted and produce from local terroirs enjoyed.

L’Envers du décor

First opened 30 years ago, l’Envers du Décor was Saint-Émilion’s first wine bar! Over the years its restaurant has become the place to meet for wine lovers and professionals alike, from the local area as well as from further afield…

La Grande Maison


Set in the heart of Bordeaux, within a late 19th century hôtel particulier, this outstanding restaurant symbolises the complicity between two great figures of gastronomy -Bernard Magrez and Pierre Gagnaire.

Le Pressoir d'Argent


Through the deepest respect for the authenticity of his products, the chef Gordon Ramsay offers a menu that is largely made up of regional products, such as Landes foie gras, organically-grown vegetables and Brittany lobster. A tribute to France’s rich culinary heritage.



In a cosy, warm décor, the open kitchen beckons you to take a tasting stroll according to the produce of the season, led with measure and precision by Tanguy Laviale. A charming terrace for the warmer months.

Le Sailfish


A veritable institution on the Cap Ferret peninsular, the regulars at this amazing venue come elegantly and casually dressed to enjoy a drink, dine and even dance!

Alexandre Baumard, Chef at the Logis de la Cadène

This chef, a rising star in the world of gastronomy, explores and innovates a fine, subtle and light cuisine which allows the flavours of the produce to come to the fore in a contemporary culinary approach. Alexandre Baumard is accompanied by the pastry chef, Damien Amilien.

3 place du Marché au bois
33330 Saint-Emilion




Les Cordeliers

On the terrace, in front of the Cloister of XIVth century or in the shady gardens, you will have the possibility to live the unforgettable experience of creating your picnic or aperitif with an offer of local products such as foie gras, pâté porcini with mushrooms, sausages, macaroons of Saint-Émilion, artisanal ice cream etc.

Etablissements Martin

While specialising in the wines of Bordeaux Est Martin offers more than 1800 references. This encompasses Bordeaux’s best and many top references from Burgundy, Rhone Champagne and the Loire. We also pride ourselves in carefully sourcing interesting old vintages from some of the world’s best kept cellars.

Comptoir des Vignobles

“We pride ourselves on our passion for rare wines, always stored in perfect conditions and our commitment to bringing this unique part of Bordeaux’s cultural heritage to the world.”

Vignobles et Châteaux

“Wine merchant and Wine retailer established since 1998, our mission consists in sharing our fine wine knowledge, guiding you throughout the vineyard as well as in tasting and selecting wines.”

4, rue du Clocher
33330 Saint-Emilion


Fêtes de la Jurade

Every year on the third Sunday in the months of June and September, the Jurade of Saint-Emilion holds respectively the Fête de Printemps (festival of spring) and the Ban des Vendanges (the beginning of harvest). For the occasions, this ancient brotherhood, the oldest in Bordeaux, parades along the streets and through the alleys of the medieval town in time-honoured tradition.

Saint-Emilion Jazz Festival

Since 2012, over 3 days in mid-July, Saint-Emilion has resonated each year to the sound of all types of jazz, featuring some of the greatest jazz musicians!

Les Grandes Heures de Saint-Emilion

Having become an emblematic event that takes place throughout the year, “Les Grandes Heures de Saint-Emilion” brings together every year within the confines of its wine cellars classical music performers of international renown.

Les Grands Crus Musicaux

In July, this festival seeks to conjugate the love of music with the love of great classified growths –two ingredients that go together well while discovering the heritage of Gironde.

Festival Philosophia

This is a convivial event offering over a period of five days conferences, encounters and debates chaired by great contemporary thinkers, together with tastings, “philosophical walks”, as well as philosophy workshops for the very young.



Bordeaux’s contemporary art museum features an exciting and highly demanding programme of exhibitions. Its mission is to help people get to know today’s art and to familiarise the general public with the changing shape and forms of current artistic trends.



Set in a hôtel particulier built between 1775 and 1779, this museum has been set out to evoke a rich, aristocratic residence that is emblematic of the Bordeaux Enlightenment. It is also a key place for the fostering of the culture of design.

La Cité du Vin

A visit to this magnificent museum covering over 3,000 m² is a real immersive and sensorial adventure, in which wine cultures and civilisations may be discovered as you journey through time and space in the most diverse manner.

134-150 quai de Bacalan
1, esplanade de Pontac
33300 Bordeaux

Walks & Leisure

The monolithic church and its bell tower

The monolithic church is an underground religious building dug out of the rock in the early 12th century in impressive proportions (38 metres long and 12 metres tall). Set in the heart of the medieval town, the monolithic church recalls the religious activity of the town during the Middle Ages, and its unusual design is the subject of great intrigue.

Bell tower view

The monolithic church’s bell tower is the highest point in Saint-Emilion. Climbing its 196 steps is no easy feat, but at the top an amazing view of the town and its jurisdiction can be enjoyed. It is open daily throughout the year.

The Collegial church and cloisters

Adjacent to its cloisters with a central garden symbolising the Garden of Eden, the most imposing church rises up on the upper part of town. During the Middle Ages, the canons were able to look out from here to survey the correct functioning of religious life in the town.

La Tour du Roy

The “castel daou rey”, meaning the King’s Keep, is the only Romanesque dungeon still intact in Gironde.

Saint-Emilion tourist office

All the permanent guides of the tourist office are qualified professional Guides.

The Juridiction of Saint-Emilion

The vineyard and the 8 villages of the Saint-Émilion jurisdiction are listed UNESCO World Heritage under the title “cultural landscape”. It is not only an outstanding natural heritage but also an important historical and architectural one with the medieval town of Saint-Émilion, its monolithic church, underground quarries, cobbled streets and numerous religious monuments. The Saint-Émilion jurisdiction includes a wealth of Romanesque churches, mills and dovecotes, which play a part in the unquestioned charm of this territory.

Grand Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club

This is a unique golfing experience in France, combining French art de vivre with golf “à la britannique”. Designed by American Tom Doak, one of the world’s top architects, the Grand Saint-Emilion Golf Club is an outstanding 5-star course. Situated 15 kilometres from the village of Saint-Emilion, the 18 holes are set in a valley lined with 100 year-old oaks and surrounded by vines.

Well Being

The Logis de la Cadène offers in the heart of Saint-Emilion, by appointment, a little haven of well-being and refinement dedicated to beauty care and serenity with a hammam, sauna, fitness zone, massages and facial and body care.

Oyster cabins


Enchanting oyster cabins along the dreamy Arcachon basin offer tastings of fresh oysters and white Bordeaux wine. The grounds of the Empress (les parcs de l’Impératrice) are one of the must-see places.

Shopping & Craft

Macaroon production

After wine, macaroons are the great speciality of Saint Emilion. They have been made there since as early as 1620 and were first produced by a religious community, the Ursulines. The recipe was passed on to a small number of families and has been kept secret ever since. Today, Nadia Fermigier, who succeeded Madame Blanchez, is the sole custodian of the true recipe dating from 1620.

Tasting lounge -Saint-Emilion House of Wine

This tasting lounge is located inside the warmth and comfort of the Maison du Vin in the heart of Saint-Emilion. This new location was designed and furnished to enable you to discover the Saint-Emilion, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Lussac Saint-Emilion and Puisseguin Saint-Emilion appellations in a convivial atmosphere that is conducive to conversation and exchange.



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