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What does this involve? Simply enjoying an excursion along old abandoned railway lines, not on foot, not on a bike, no, on a cyclorail, a hybrid contraption consisting of two sets of pedals with an adjustable saddle and three seats.
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While our neighbours in Limousin have maintained the reputation of Limoges porcelain, in Bordeaux, hardly anyone remembers the prestige of fine Bordeaux earthenware of the 19th century.
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Do you like seafood ? Do you like learning about people’s everyday lives? This “pesca-tourism” proposal, a trip to sea to accompany an oyster farmer or fisherman, will delight you.

Several professionals got together to offer authentic tourism, to share their trade and their love and respect for the Arcachon basin, a natural area to preserve.
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Imported straight from California to Biarritz in 1956, surfing has since come into its own with a distinct Aquitaine hallmark.
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Discover Aquitaine in a new light and following the wise words of the greatest authors. The heritage in the region is home to many great treasures, hidden away in the home of an author, and unveiled through literary itineraries.
So, be inspired by the works of these great men, humanists or committed to their cause.
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Entwined in the cliff, Fort du Portalet reaches towards the sky, dominating the Aspe Valley. In its day, it was a means of protecting the Col du Somport route from Spanish incursions. It also served as a prison and ... a summer camp!
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The combination of the Canal du Midi – one of the oldest canals in Europe, brought into being under Louis XIV and still in operation today – and the Canal du Garonne is what makes up the Canal des Deux Mers, linking the Mediterranean to the Atlantic.
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We would like to invite you to the Pays du Morcenais, in the Landes, at the heart of a secret forest with a diversity of heritage and brimming in ancestral traditions and legends.
As well as this heritage, the area is full of nature. Live, breathe, marvel and recharge your batteries. Many of our visitors fly in to Arjuzanx to recharge themselves!
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Transhumance is always a festive time for the villages that the shepherd and their flock cross through.
Based on this tradition and with the desire to establish a major festival in this little corner of Béarn, between Bayonne, Orthez and Pau, for 20 years the Transhumance musical team has taken over Laàs castle park to offer a 4 days and 3 nights festival to the public.
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The Bordeaux Wine Trail in Graves and Sauternes spans a total of fifty kilometres, to the south of Bordeaux, along the banks of the Garonne. This trail is home to some of the finest wines in the world.
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