Bordeaux is one of the most important French cities and its port is the second oldest in the country after Marseilles. 

The city is known for the wine region that surrounds it, which produces some of the best wines in the world. Bordeaux is a beautiful city that represents the spirit of France. Discover the French “savoir vivre” while sitting at a small table with a glass of Bordeaux in hand. Make the most of your stay in Bordeaux and discover all the charm of this town in southwest France. The Port of the Moon, a vast territory of several acres that includes the port of Bordeaux, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site on 2 June 2007. It is the first time that such a vast urban territory has been awarded this recognition. During the stop, you can experience the dynamism of one of the busiest commercial ports in Europe, visit Saint Pierre, who guards the secrets of old Bordeaux, and don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Miroir. Discover all the cruises departing for the Mediterranean from Bordeaux


Not to miss during your trip to Bordeaux:

• The Miroir d'Eau

• The District of Saint-Pierre

• The city of wine