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Aquitaine Information Guide

Aquitaine is a very famous region of France which boasts a rich heritage and warm traditions. Art, tradition, culture, history and heritage are on offer all over the region and its departments. Aquitaine is one of the favorite destinations both amongst the French and foreigners. This very touristy location is also renowned for its gastronomy and wines. Along with its sunny and hot weather, this is the ideal place for holidays or living!

Learn about the different aspects that make the Aquitaine a unique and intriguing region of France.

About Aquitaine Aquitaine Statistics
Informative description of the Aquitaine region of France. Selection of figures and Statistics concerning the region.
Population & Demographics Geography
Regional population & demographics information. Geographical information about Aquitaine.
History Economy
Discover the rich history of the region. Information about the economy of Aquitaine.
Environment Culture
Information about the environment of Aquitaine. Discover the cultural heritage of Aquitaine.

Aquitaine Tourism & Lifestyle

View our tourist information and tips about what to do when visiting the Aquitaine region. Discover the true identity of this beautiful area, find useful information about travel, accommodation, gastronomy & everyday life in the region.

Tourism Travel & Transport
General tourist information about the region. Important travel information, covering travel by road, rail, air & sea.
Hotels Holidays
Information about hotels in Aquitaine. Useful information for planning holidays in Aquitaine.
Golf Food and Gastronomy
Find the best golf courses throughout the region. Discover the many regional gastronomic delights.
Weather and Climate Bordeaux Wine
Learn about the climate & typical weather of this coastal region of France. Learn about the internationally renowned Bordeaux wine region.

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