For those planning to travel to the Bordeaux region, it is located close to the Bay of Biscay, in the southwest of France. The peak months to visit fall between June and August. These are the favorite months of the French and other Europeans who frequent the area.
During spring (March through June) and autumn (September through December), there are fewer people, and the rates are lower. Although in autumn, it is harvest time, and some wineries do not allow visitors. Throughout the year, one can expect frequent showers in the region.
Among the region’s notable attractions are the wine-tasting course at Maison du Vin de Bordeaux and Le Passage Saint Michel, where you can buy works of art from the mid-20th century back to the Renaissance. You will also find over 100,000 vineyards in the Bordeaux region.