Come and see us in Saint-Emilion

Less than thirty miles from Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the South West. This perfectly preserved medieval village boasts a wealth of historic monuments and vines stretching as far as the eye can see, producing some of the world's most prestigious wines. Make the most of your visit to LES CORDELIERS and explore Saint-Emilion.

Discover the medieval town

A small village with a big reputation

Named after an VIIIth century hermit, Saint-Emilion attracts visitors from all over the world. Make the trip yourself, and discover the startling beauty of this medieval town and the legendary vines which produce some of the world's greatest wines : Château Cheval Blanc, Château Ausone, Château Angelus... Make the most of your trip to LES CORDELIERS to wander through the narrow streets and squares of the village, exploring the numerous historical monuments and sites of interest within easy reach of the cloister : the collegiate church, the Doyenné cloister, the monolithic church hewn from the limestone cliff face, the Tour du Roy, and more. Daily guided tours and information available from the Saint-Emilion Tourist Information Center.

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Come and visit Les Cordeliers

The remarkable<br />Romanesque arcades The majestic nave<br />of the ancient open-air church
View across the famous<br />medieval town of Saint-Emilion Some of the most prestigious wines<br />in the world come from<br />Saint-Emilion’s vines