Things to see and do - Libourne
Libourne Travel guide
Libourne : Michelin's recommendations
Libourne has long profited from its position at the conjunction of the Rivers Isle and Dordogne This is also the meeting point for sea and river navigation. Thus its status as the port of Perigord is confirmed. Today this busy town, renowned for its markets, is an important centre for the wine-growing business of the region. Its houses, rich like the quality of the fine wines that it exports, make it a worthy little sister town to Bordeaux.
Tourist attractions Libourne : Things to see and do
quai de l'Isle-et-des-Salinières F - 33500 Libourne
These quays are today planted with plane trees and no longer receive the English, Dutch or Hanseatic vessels of yesteryear which, led in by the tide, moored here to take on wine. The Great port tower (Salinières quay) is flanked by an old town gate, ..
42 pl. Abel-Surchamp F - 33500 Libourne
Paintings from the Flemish French and Italian schools (16 to 20C) notice.. (Three old men's heads), Foujita ( Friendship), and works by Raoul Dufy ( Recumbent nude). The Libourne School is illustrated by its main representative René Princeteau (1843-..
3 Quai Souchet F - 33500 LIBOURNE
Close to Saint-Emilion, in Libourne town centre, in close proximity to the Pomerol and Fronsac wine producing vineyards, the four star Hotel Mercure Libourne Saint-Emilion welcomes you for business or pleasure near the banks of the river Dordogne. W..
7, rue Chanzy F - 33500 Libourne
Prix Prices from : 69 €
"Zone d'activités ""Les Dagueys""" F - 33500 LIBOURNE
The ibis budget Libourne (formerly Etap Hotel), in the Les Dagueys business park, is located by a lake used for Olympic training. This economy hotel offers 69 rooms equipped with free WIFI and flat-screen TV, secure private car park for all vehicles ..
F - 33126 Libourne
Tasty market fresh cuisine with unrestricted Dordogne views. This eatery on stilts edging the river does what it says on the tin!
14 pl. Decazes F - 33500 Libourne
Veal kidneys, roasted sea bass, scallop tart... The chef knows his classics, with fish given pride of place. Generous, relaxed, affordably priced and in the centre of the walled town.