Be welcome to Francesca, a small village between Bordeaux and its wines, Condom and its Armagnacs and Toulouse, the pink city, which hosts Airbus and new technologies.

The landscape around the gite seems to resemble the Tuscan hills, which seems beyond the horizon, but the French culture has developed its own strength and beauty of the buildings, gardens and agricultural wealth. Summers followed by the Indian summers, winters without the cold north and rigor have attracted visitors and future residents from all over Europe and its openness to international customers is its principal virtue.

Here we offers the 'Dolce far niente', but also sports activities, small trips in Armagnac with its villages and houses - also you may discover the Canal du Midi, or to the Knowledge of Bordeaux with its castles and St. Emilion, a very unique village of the Middle Ages. Tasting oysters in Arcachon on the Atlantic coast will be a real pleasure for everybody

 

You may find here a roadmap

 

The region around seems to be a book of history and culture, which covers more than 20 000 years of the past of humanity, demonstration made by the caves of Lascaux and Fontirou, the Castles and Country houses as Beynac, Castelnaud Monflanquin and Monpazier but also by the vineyards of the Medoc, Duras and Buzet.

The small team of the "Villa La Hire" is at your disposal for information and advices.

On the left you see the menu, which will prompt you to start your virtual journey. But all these places, sites and our house are all but virtual, but realities for fun and unique amenities. Have the feeling of being at home, let your soul dreaming and take the time to understand the special light here, full oft soft colours.

The guesthouse "Villa La Hire" finds its name in the famous companion of Jeanne d'Arc, La Hire, a French soldier.

 

 

 

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