Walking & Wine Bordeaux and Dordogne

Guided walking holiday in France

From € 550.- / 4 days

Price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • Multiple accommodations
  • Guided walking holiday
  • View on vineyard of accommodation during this walking holiday in France
  • View on wine estate in autumn in the Dordogne
  • Wide open landscape with vines and haybales in the Dordogne

During this guided walking holiday in France you will walk in vineyards in the Dordogne valley and enjoy the hearty welcome of the organic winemakers that own them.

You will explore vineyards in Saussignac, Bergerac and Bordeaux, all organic vineyards, or vineyards in conversion to organic. Picnic lunches with wine, dinners and organised wine tastings are included.

Accommodation is in a luxury guesthouse and on a wine estate.

Accommodation in the Dordogne valley

You will stay for two nights in a luxury ecological wine-lodge that is semi-detached from the main farm house on the organic wine estate of your hosts. There are views over the vineyards and a forested valley from the accommodation. The generous seating area is furnished with comfortable sofa and chairs and the separate bedroom is furnished with a kingsize double bed which can be changed to two single beds if required. There is a large private bathroom with a bath and stand-alone shower. A second double bedroom is also present, the accommodation sleeps 2-4 people. You can also use the swimming pool.

Wine Lodge looking up the saussignac valley in the Dordogne Bedroom in luxury winelodge Interior of living room wine lodge

Three breakfasts are included in this walking holiday in France. Also included is a lunch with wine at a Michelin starred restaurant and a wine and food pairing lunch made primarily from local organic produce. This is a great way to explore wine and food pairing with 5 different wines and an array of different tastes including 4 different cheeses, duck (a speciality in the region) and local organic trout.

Walking in the Dordogne vineyards

guest strolling through a vineyard during a walking holiday in the Dordogne in France Village road and small village in the Dordogne in France

The walks of this walking holiday are easy from 6 to 12kms a day with stops at vineyards and for lunch along the way. The walking is generally a relaxed pace but can be more vigourous on request.

En route walking with a local winemaker and certified wine educator you will discover the history of the region, the wines, winegrowing and also the intricacies of organic and biodynamic viticulture.

Dordogne Wine and Walking holiday itinerary

Young vines with open green landscape in the Dordogne Guests enjoiying an outdoor lunch during wine walking holiday in France

The organic vineyard walking holiday in the Dordorgne can be extended by including several additional day tours. Please contact the holiday provider, through the contact form, for more information and prices.


Day 1 - Arrive late afternoon/ evening to welcome drinks at Château Feely then enjoy a delicious meal with your hosts at your Guest House five minutes away. Relax in the pool or hot-tub on the deck.

Day 2 - The first leg of the journey takes you on a beautiful ridge above the Dordogne Valley to a wine-tasting and a picnic lunch at a Saussignac winegrower en route. In the afternoon you'll visit a beautiful organic estate then make for your overnight stay at a charming Chambre d'Hote on a wine estate where you'll have aperitifs. In the evening you enjoy a well-deserved and delicious dinner at your guest house.

Day 3 - On the second leg of the Organic Vineyard Route you'll visit another excellent organic winemaker which will also be the picnic lunch stop. Then you make your way back to your original guest house stopping at one last wine farm on the way. Enjoy farewell drinks with your hosts and a final evening with dinner at your Guest House.

Day 4 - Breakfast at your guest house before departure. Optional day tours (not included) available.

Dates and availability

Golden evening light over Dordogne village Golden evening light over Dordogne countryside with a vineyard

This wine walking holiday to the Dordogne in France can start on any date subject to availability, the minimum number of people is 2. Reservation a minimum of 8 weeks before requested dates is required. The holiday is recommended for late March, April, May, June or early September and is also available as an extra luxurious tour at additional cost. Please contact the holiday provider, through the contact form, for more information.


Location wine and walking in the Dordogne - guided walking holiday in France

Holiday type

Multiple accommodations Guided walking holiday
Guided walking holiday
Board basis: Full board

Price

From € 550.- / 4 days

Price per person based on 2 people sharing

Included

3 nights Accommodation, Breakfast, 2 picnic Lunches including wine, Dinner, Organised tastings at four organic or in-conversion wine estates, guided walks and transport during the two walking days.

Not included

All other costs, including travel costs to the starting-point of this holiday.

Walking holiday reference

WH-GD-FRFW01


Walking grade

Walking holiday in hills only
  • Hills
  • Easy walking

  • Tailor-made walking possible

Best time of the year

late March - June
early September


Walking Holiday by:

French Wine Adventures

Caroline & Seán

www.frenchwineadventures.com

Contact details

Languages spoken

English, French

Getting there

  • Bergerac (10 mi) Bordeaux ( 45 mi)
  • Gardonne (3 mi)
    Libourne TGV (31 mi) Bordeaux TGV( 44 mi)
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