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Bordeaux is one of the most instantly recognisable names in France, mainly due to the exceptional wine that is grown in the region, but there are many other parts to this region which provide outstanding walking opportunities. The region has a lot on offer, from its dramatic coastline which leads down to the start of the dramatic Pyrenees mountain range that separates France from Spain. You can cross France and take time in this region as part of The Stevenson's Trail, or focus on what makes Bordeaux great on our Bordeaux Wine Trail.
However, throughout it all, you will always gravitate back towards those big, delicious red wines, the delicate, lesser-known whites and the heavenly, sweet and sticky Sauternes, the ideal way to finish off any meal in Bordeaux.
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In September, 1878 the young Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson departed on an epic journey from Monastier sur Gazeille, in the Haut Loire. Twelve days, one hundred and fifty six miles and a host of adventures later he arrived in St- Jean-du-Gard at the edge of the Cevennes National Park.Duration: 13 Days & 12 Nights
The GR10 Trail is one of the world’s great journeys. Winding through the French Pyrenees for almost 900 kilometres and including 49000m of ascent and descent this is a walk of epic proportions. Linking the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean sea the GR10 takes in rugged mountain wilderness, charming villages and welcoming pastoral landscapes.Duration: Each section is 8 days & 7 nights