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Day 7 (Friday): Libourne - Saint Émilion & Pomerol round-trip by bike, 16-28 miles (25-45 km) Beginning in Libourne, today’s bike ride will take you through the famous Pomerol and Saint-Émilion wine areas.
Pedaling the countryside, criss crossed with vines, you will enjoy the unspoiled UNESCO World Heritage landscape of medieval villages and surrounding vineyards.
The short cycling tour, mainly on the new bike paths along the Garonne river, offers beautiful panoramic views of the waterfront city.
In the afternoon, enjoy the UNESCO sites of Bordeaux during a walking or cycling tour.
Be sure to explore the town’s streets and shops where fine wines are still stored in underground cellars carved in stone, do some shopping along the pedestrian-friendly Rue Sainte Catherine or visit the newly opened Cite du Vin.
Day 5 (Wednesday): In the morning, the ship cruises from Bordeaux to Lamarque in the Gironde estuary, to start your cycling tour in the famous Médoc wine area.
Following picturesque back roads and paths, you will get a glimpse of Saint Émilion's most famous châteaux and cycle past some of the world’s most famous wine estates, producers of Angelus, Ausone, Cheval Blanc, and Petrus. In Saint Émilion, a true highligt of the week, you may choose to tour an underground monolithic church, climb the King’s Tower for an incredible view of the village , or visit a winery shop for a tasting.
Later in the day, you may choose to explore the town of Libourne and it’s city square, lined with buildings dating as far back as the 16th century or enjoy the many cafes and pedestrian-only shopping street Rue Gambetta.
You can stop at one of these great wine estates for a visit or tasting (optional) and learn everything about classifications before returning to the boat.Day 1 (Saturday): Arrival Day - Bus transfer @ 2pm from Gare St Jean Train Station in Bordeaux to barge docking location in Castets. Following the bike path along the Canal des Deux Mers (Canal of Two Seas) that links the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, you will discover this lush rural countryside.In the evening, a welcome cocktail awaits you on board, followed by a tour presentation and dinner.Be enchanted by the ”douceur de vivre” (sweet life), so typical for this wine region.While the wine from this region may be lesser known than some ‘neighbors’ in the St.