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Aquitaine Marinas - France

also known as Aquitaine

The region of Aquitaine is one of the 27 administrative regions and it is located very close to the Spanish border. It contains 5 departments which are Dordogne, Lot et Garonne, Pyrenees-Atlantique, Landes and Gironde. The most important cities here are Bordeaux, Biarritz, Sarlat-la-Caneda, Pau, Saint-Jean-de-Luz and Arcachon.

The region of Aquitaine attracts many tourists every year and the fact that the cultural and artistic inheritance is so rich; it is a nice experience to visit these place at any time of the year. The coastline of Aquitaine seems endless and it is filled with holiday resorts and natural reservations that are incredibly beautiful. The blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the white sands are known all over the world for their beauty. There are 250 km of coastline that will offer a dream vacation to all of the travellers who will choose this destination. The region of Aquitaine is the perfect destination for those who are looking to practice water sports, nautical sports and enjoy the high quality beaches.

The tourists will have the opportunity to enjoy the trades, the gastronomy and the festivities of the area especially during the summertime. Except for the seaside which represents one of the main attractions of this region, the mountainside is a wonderful choice while in Aquitaine. The tourists who decide to visit the Pyrenees will be able to see incredible landscapes and live a unique experience in some of the most relaxing places on the planet. Bordeaux, one of the most important cities in the region of Aquitaine has many things to show to its guests and with the help of the local tourism offices, the travellers can discover the beauties of the city and its surroundings durintg the private tours that are available.

The main landmarks in Bordeaux are the Place Royale, Le Pont Jacques Chaban Delmas, The Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux, the Parlement Square, the Cailhau Porte, the Pont de Pierre, the Monument aux Girondins, the City Hall, the Victorie Sqaure and so many more that can be discovered during the long walks in the city. The outdoor places that are worth visiting here are the Public Garden, the Majolan Parc, the L’Ermitage Parc, the Bordelais Parc and the Palmer Parc. The parks and the surroundings of the city can always be visited by bike.