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                                                                                                      From Paris to Biarritz in 15 days



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A french chateau 


It often takes us two years to take a trip from conception to reality, and it has been no different with our trip to France.

This is a 'cracker' trip, and we are all very excited about the quality of the itinerary and how it all came together...

Yes the itinerary includes a minimum 7 games of golf at some of the best France has to offer....but somehow I think your lasting memories from a trip like this would be more about the overall french experience this trip provides.

We visit the Loire Valley, the Dordogne Valley, Bordeaux, and Biarritz.


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We get special invites to visit some of the top wineries in Bordeaux, and Saint Emillion

We will sample the best of french wine and gastronomy, visit historic chateaux and gardens, AND explore the magnificent Dordogne Valley

Our lodgings include magnificent old chateaux, and we are chauffered around in a coach driven bus the entire trip.

Check out the movie trailer of our last hosted trip to France. I guarantee the images will capture your imagination like it has ours.

And as always with our trips, the company was good!!


1. The Itinerary


Chateau de Vigier


Overview of Itinerary:

The group gathers in Paris and immediately heads south to Fontainebleau where we have two days to play golf, visit palaces and artist's villages, and explore the town. We then head to the beautiful Loire Valley, famous for its Chateaux, landscapes, food and wine. Over two days we play golf, visit the most stunning Chateaux in France and explore the historic towns along the river.

We then travel further south to the famous Dordogne Valley, stopping at the most visited tourist site in France, Rocamadour. Four nights are spent relaxing at Chateau des Vigiers, giving us ample time to tour the Dordogne Valley, play golf, have spa treatments, go shopping at the local markets and indulge in the best French food and wine the region offers.


Fountainebleau Palace


We then travel west to Bordeaux, stopping on the way at the charming village of St Emillion where will be special guests at a new golf course development designed by Tom Doak. The day ends with a guided tour of Bordeaux and some shopping.

A short drive north of Bordeaux brings us to the region of Medoc, the home of the classic Bordeaux wines. We stay two nights in the heart of this region playing golf and sampling the wines.

We then head south to Biarritz, where we play golf on some of the best courses in France, enjoy the beaches and make a quick trip to Spain to indulge in the local food.



Chateau des Vigiers Golf Course


The Travelling Golfer does not host this trip to France every year. If you have a group we can tailor this itinerary to suit the group with or without a leader.





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