Which area is Bordeaux in?
Is Bordeaux a rich city?
Bordeaux is a city rich in gastronomy, wine, culture, art, leisure and much more. Known as an attractive city full of opportunities, Bordeaux is developing its culture more and more. Thus, the monuments of the “new capital” are always ready to welcome new visitors and share their history.
Was Bordeaux part of England?
For three centuries, from the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine in 1154 to the return of the English command in 1452, Bordeaux remained attached to the English kingdom.
Lacanau Ocean beaches
The Lacanau Ocean beach begins right at the end of Boulevard de la Plage at the Lacanau Ocean town, which is located about 55km from Bordeaux.
Bordeaux. Bordeaux, city and port, capital of Gironde département, Nouvelle-Aquitaine région, southwestern France. It lies along the Garonne River 15 miles (24 km) above its junction with the Dordogne and 60 miles (96 km) from its mouth, in a plain east of the wine-growing district of Médoc.
Is Bordeaux a Grape? Since Bordeaux is a regional wine, there is no Bordeaux grape. The overwhelming majority of Bordeaux wine is red wine, but whites do exist. Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are the most important grapes used for the region's dry white wine, as well as for the area's sweet white wine.
Burgundy (French, Bourgogne)  is an inland region of east-central France southeast of Paris. Noted for its rich history, Burgundy is probably most famous for the wines of the same name, as well as several other important varieties.
The succession of conflicts known as the Hundred Years War ended on October 19th, 1453, when Bordeaux surrendered, leaving Calais as the last English possession in France.
The Port de la Lune (Port of the Moon) is the name given to the harbour of Bordeaux, dating to the Middle Ages, because of the shape of the river crossing the city. It is represented by a crescent on the coat of arms of Bordeaux, and by three interlaced crescents in the logotype of the municipality.
The list of the top twenty wealthiest communes in France is dominated by Paris and its suburbs. As well as the capital city itself, the list also includes surrounding communes of Saint Cloud, Boulogne Billancourt, St Germain en Laye, Versailles, St Maur des Fosses and Rueil Malmaison.