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Duras and its Château hosts a number of events throughout the year, concerts and theatre productions, wine festivals and medieval festivals alike. The town has an excellent range of commerce including local producers, banks, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes. There is a weekly market in the centre of the town and evening markets with bars and dancing in the square.

Events in the summer months include an antiques market, weekly music fetes and fayres. With free wine tasting at the local vineyards such as Berticot and Grande Mayne.

Based just 750 metres from the medieval town of Duras, 30 mins from Bergerac airport and 1 hour from Bordeaux airport, our site is nestled in the rolling countryside and it boasts some of the most beautiful views and stunning scenery that this rural part of France has to offer. 

Our unique microclimate is a result of our location, between the Gironde and Dordogne rivers, providing more hours of sunshine and milder winters. 


A delightful and truly charming bastide town that is the central point for many tourists and holiday makers. It boasts a number of good quality restaurants, café bars, supermarkets, boutiques, a weekly market and the town is situated on the River Dropt. It has a small cinema and a local theatre. It is famous for its bastide archways and its central fountain.

St Emilion

Dating back to the 12th century, St Emilion is renowned the world over and is classed as a World Heritage Site. With beautiful paved cobbled streets and hillside vineyards, the impressive St Emilion is a must see for visitors. The St Emilion church within the central square sits alongside Michelin starred restaurants and with the fine dining are award winning wines from the region.