Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion

The jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion is an ideal vacation spot in the Southwest. It revolves around the preserved medieval city and stretches over 75 km² and was included on the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1999 with the aim of preserving, restoring and transmitting an exceptional heritage!

According to legend, the city owes its name to Emilion, a Breton monk, who after an exemplary life punctuated by miracles, in 750 chose a natural cave (still visible today in the heart of the village) to withdraw from the world.

A location in Gironde, around thirty minutes from Bordeaux, the capital and one hour from Périgord. Saint-Emilion is an ideal base for exploring the vineyards of the great appellations such as Pomerol, Sauternes, Margaux, and Saint-Emilion of course. Without forgetting the proximity to the Arcachon basin, Cap Ferret and the Dune du Pilat.

Staying in the city of Saint-Emilion is above all the opportunity to meet authentic winegrowers, taste exceptional wines, go shopping in the most beautiful Saint-Emilion and Bordeaux boutiques, discover the caves of Dordogne and relax on the terrace of a wine bar overlooking the city at sunset….

Remember to book your stay now by staying with us:
8 Rue de la Porte Bouqueyre, FR 33330 Saint-Emilion