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Bordeaux & Gascony Cruises

Bordeaux & Gascony Cruises

Bordeaux is famed for its vineyards, historic towns and castles and sandy beaches. Bordeaux is well-known for its wines, beautiful architectural structures and rich gastronomy. Gascony is an area located in southwest of France that was part of Province of Guyenne and Gascony. It sits between the regions of Aquitaine and Midi-Pyrenees. Contact Barge Travel Connection to book your Bordeaux & Gascony cruise.

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About Bordeaux & Gascony

Location

Aquitaine is located in southwest of France with Spain as its neighbour. It is one of the largest and most varied regions of the country. Perhaps, the most popular tourist destination is Bordeaux, its capital and a major wine producing area in the world. You can reach Bordeaux by a TGV train from the Paris Gare Montparnasse. It takes 3 hours from Paris to Bordeaux. Gare de Bordeaux Saint-Jean is the main railway station with major connections to cities including Lille, Amsterdam, Brussels, Cologne, Geneva and London.

Gascony is located in southwest of France. It is divided between the regions of Midi-Pyrenees and Aquitaine. You can reach Gascony via Toulouse. Trains run daily between Paris and Toulouse.

Canals & Waterways

Garonne River, Canal d’Agen, Tarn River and Canal de Garonne

Why Cruise in Bordeaux and Gascony?

With its remarkable, 18th century buildings, world-class museums, charming vineyards, Bordeaux is a must-visit when cruising in France. Gascony is probably one of France’s best-kept secret, completely unspoiled and rustic Gascony is brimming with rolling hills, unspoiled countryside and charming vineyards. If you opt for a relaxing cruise with lesser crowd, Gascony might be the best option for you.

Sightseeing Highlights

• Visit the famous Saint Emilion vineyards and enjoy wine tasting sessions.
• Explore the 14th century Chateau de Duras.
• Cruise along Pont Canal d’Agen
• Wine and cheese tastings
• Visit the villages of Damazan, Le Mas d’Agenais, Vianne and Nerac.
• Explore the medieval town of Nerac and its castle.
• Private tasting of Armagnac and Floc du Gascogne wines
• Visit the 11th century Chateau de Gourdoirville.
• Tour of Abbaye St-Pierre de Moissac.
• Visit Castelsarrasin’s morning market.
• Explore Montauban and visit the wine region of Cotes du Frontonnais.

Barges in Bordeaux & Gascony

  1. Rosa
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    Up to €858 per couple*

    Rosa

    Rosa is features a clipper-style barge that was built in Netherlands in 1907. She was converted to a hotel barge in 1990. She now cruises in the waterways of Aquitaine ...

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    from 3,690 Per Person
  2. Mirabelle

    Mirabelle

    The Mirabelle was originally built in 1942 and has been magnificently modernized to provide elegant and cozy accommodation for a maximum of 24 passengers. 

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    from 3,560 Per Person
  3. Mirabelle - Cycling Cruise

    Mirabelle - Cycling Cruise

    Discover charming Bordeaux region and its vineyards as you cruise on board the beautiful Mirabelle.

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    from 3,560 Per Person
  4. Rosa - Golf Cruise
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    Up to €3,140 per charter*

    Rosa - Golf Cruise

    Experience a luxury cruise and enjoy golf on board the beautiful barge of Rosa. 

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    from 25,800 Per Charter
  5. Rosa - Wine Appreciation Cruise
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    Up to €3,140 per charter*

    Rosa - Wine Appreciation Cruise

    Experience a luxury cruise and discover the fascinating vineyards and wines of Bordeaux!

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    from 25,800 Per Charter
  6. Saint Louis

    Saint Louis

    Saint Louis is a beautiful, luxury hotel barge that cruises in the regions of Bordeaux and Gascony.

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    from 5,250 Per Person
  7. Tango

    Tango

    The Tango barge was built in 1931 and navigated the canals of northeast France until the 1950s. In year 2000, she was converted into a deluxe charter barge.

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    from 4,200 Per Person
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