Situated in the South West of France, just a stone's throw away from the world renowned vineyards of Saint Emilion and Pomerol, settled amongst the rolling valleys of the Dordogne, Chateau de Sanse is the perfect base for you to discover this culturally rich and fascinating region.
Whilst the area is primarily famed for the deep, full bodied red wines produced here, its reputation has also been built from its captivating history, its wonderful food, the diversity of its landscapes and the warm, welcoming nature of its population.
Surrounding features of interest
- Saint Emilion a medieval village (member of Unesco's protected sites of historic importance) and world renowned for its fine wines saint-emilion-tourisme.com
- Castillon la Bataille hosts the biggest re-enactment of the end of the 100 year war (shows of the Battle of Castillon in July and August) batailledecastillon.com
- Château de Duras: 12th century chateau-de-duras.com
- Gallo-roman villa in Montcaret monuments-nationaux.fr
- Bordeaux for shopping ( Rue de St Catherine is the longest shopping street in Europe), museums, theatres and stunning examples of 18th and 19th century architecture from an era of decadence
- bordeaux-tourisme.com Bergerac for shopping or a boat ride on the river Dordogne bergerac-tourisme.com Libourne for shopping and farmer's market libourne-tourisme.com
- Perigord Noir famous for its many castles, caves and medieval architecture along with gastronomic delights sites-en-perigord.com
- Sainte Foy la Grande with its beautiful market on Saturday morning tourisme-dordogne-paysfoyen.com
- Two steps from Château de Sanse, you can have a wine tasting and visit Château Font Vidal in Juillac font-vidal.com
- Lac de la Cadie : water sports for all the family
- Jardin de Sardy (Vélines) : un havre de paix à 10 minutes