Villa Prémayac

Address: 13 rue Premayac, Blaye, Aquitaine, 33390, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 rue Premayac, Blaye, is near Fort Medoc.
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    Travel Blogs from Blaye

    Biarritz to Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Sep 10, 2015

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    Great start to the day and free time in Biarritz until 11.30. No wake up call and we didn't wake up until 8.30 which was awesome. Casual breaky and walk around town, down to beach and little laneways. Great photos along the coast. Drive to Bordeaux and dropped off ...

    Saint-Emilion Day

    A travel blog entry by winemark on Sep 01, 2015

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    About an hours drive to get to Saint-Emilion today.
    Parked up near the bottom of the hill and had a slow meander up through the village. A lovely place with wine shops galore. Decided not to get a 1982 Petrus at £6720 a bottle (yes per bottle!).
    We had lunch in a little restaurant carved out of the ...

    Day 43 Bordeaux, France

    A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 25, 2015

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    ... by the Jacobins, a Counter Reformation building. Cour Mably by Pierre Michel du Plessy (1684-1707) part of the former Dominican monastery. Porte Dijeaux built by Michel Voisin (1748-1753) is one of the city's monumental gateways. Palais Rohan, Hotel de Ville built 1771-1783, after the French Revolution 1800 it became the Gironde administrator's residence then royal residence then city hall in 1837. Cathedrale Saint Andre ...

    Pretty gardens, an ancient cave, and a Citadel

    A travel blog entry by cpeirson on May 20, 2014

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    ... we saw charming limestone houses built by 19th century ship captains. Many of the captains traveled to far-off locations and returned with exotic plants, which they planted in their gardens and along the road, hence the route's name. People have inhabited this area for thousands of years. We hiked up a hillside and saw an ancient cave dwelling complete with art carved out of limestone.



    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... s weekly market day so we had a look through there too. We then headed out on our wine tasting tour. The first chateau we went to was called Chateau Marquis de Vauban and was quite close to town. We wandered through the vineyard and also through the areas where they ferment and barrel the wine. We then tried a few different ones from some of their best years (being 2001, 2005 and 2009). After that we went ...