How would you like to visit the most beautiful part of France? My objective is to help you safely maximize your time spent here in France, because I want you to return with spectacular memories of a marvelous adventure.
As your Private Driver and Guide, I’ll happily be your personal translator and interpreter and take you to the best places. I’ve been living and Sightseeing in France since 1992!
The Bilbao to San Sebastian Tour takes you along the North Atlantic Basque Coast of Spain. We’ll stop on the cliffs above San Juan De Gaztelugatxe. This island is spectacular. You’ll be enchanted by Bermeo and Mundaka, 2 lovely Basque fishing ports. Once in San Sebastian, we’ll go to Monte Igueldo. From hhere you can take in the huge panoramic view. When we visit the old town, you can experience the famous Basque Tapas dishes! On the way back to Bilbao we’ll take a beautiful route. We’ll drive along the panoramic coastal road from Zarautz to Zumaia.
What you will see
The Chateau de Beynac is one of the most famous and best-preserved medieval fortresses in France, or maybe the world. Its strategic location and defensive construction made it virtually impenetrable.
Across the river from the Chateau de Beynac lies another Medieval Fortress, Castelnaud-la- Chapelle. This castle once belonged to King Richard the Lionheart, and today houses an impressive collection of medieval weapons. You’ll see maces and halberds, English bows and decorative crossbows. There are also functional Catapults and Trebuchets – on some days you can see them being fired!
La Roque Gageac is one of “the most beautiful villages of France”. Nestled between rocky cliffs and the Dordogne River, this is a nice place to have a short stroll, maybe shop a little and take some photos.
Dordogne Sightseing Tour takes you to Domme, a fortified hilltop Bastide village. Its built on top of the cliffs with an enormous, spectacular panoramic view over the valley.
Sarlat, with its old town cobble-stoned streets boasts the largest collection of 11th century buildings in France.