La Vélodyssée is the French section of a bicycle route that interlinks several European countries and goes down the Atlantic coast from north to south. Follow me on my ride from Bordeaux to San Sebastian.
Discover the encounters I made and the challenges I faced during my bike ride around the Gironde estuary, surrounded by gorgeous landscape.
I enjoy discovering the places of worship of religions I know not much about. Especially when they are beautiful historical monuments. Here is how I experienced the tour of the synagogue of Bordeaux.
An antiquarian book fair takes place once a year on the cour Mably, in the city centre of Bordeaux. Out of curiosity, I decided to visit it.
Discover Orbis Terrae, a company that makes customizable world globes. The founder, Gaël Gaborel, opened the doors of his workshop in Cognac for me.
I like the fact that Bordeaux is an old city. However, many traces of the past are hardly visible at first glance. To notice them, you must take your time. That's what I did during a summer evening.
Every year in September, during the European Heritage Days, you can discover sites that are usually closed to the public. In this context, I visited 2 historic places in Bordeaux.
On the ground floor of an old building in the Saint-Pierre district of Bordeaux, there is a second-hand shop called "Au Dénicheur". I like the diversity of the old objects that are offered. That's why I visited the place, looking for a useful item.
A bike path links Bordeaux to Lacanau, crossing the pine forest to reach the ocean. Riding this route is a great way to go to the Lacanau lake as it allowed me to do sport while being surrounded by the nature.
I often shop at the Capucins market in Bordeaux because I enjoy the great variety of products and the lively atmosphere. I met there 4 different stall owners offering world cuisine. Read their story and see what's going on behind the scenes.