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20 places to discover the Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion

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Saint-Emilion Tourisme
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33330 SAINT-EMILION

05 57 55 28 28

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20 reading tables: 20 territory markers

 

Lovers of old stones and vineyard, you will discover during your escapade 20 reading tables that will give you a better understanding of the landscape and heritage. The many points of interest presented by these tables form a coherent and complementary itinerary: the promise of a real experience in the heart of the Jurisdiction!

 

These territory markers therefore offer a wonderful opportunity for all those who are curious to gain a new understanding of our beautiful territory. Landscapes, monuments and more are the chapters of a story told by historian David Souny and photographer Franck Haudiquer for the association "Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion, World Heritage of Humanity".

 

 

Where to discover these 20 reading tables?

 

  • Vignonet - Banks of the Dordogne, the old medieval port
  • Saint-Sulpice-de-Faleyrens - The Pierrefitte menhir
  • Saint-Etienne-de-Lisse - The Cross of Tourans, former oppidum of Niort
  • Saint-Hippolyte - The Church of Saint-Hippolyte and the caves of the Château de Ferrand
  • Saint-Laurent-des-Combes - Place de l'Église with view of the coomb
  • Saint-Pey d'Armens - The garden of the Town Hall, hosannah cross and royal way
  • Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes - Château Haut-Sarpe, panorama and water mills
  • Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes - Château Barde-Haut, view of the valley
  • Saint-Emilion - Chemin de la pège
  • Saint-Emilion - View from Ausone on the vineyard in town
  • Saint-Emilion - Gardens and quarries on rue des moves
  • Saint-Emilion - Rue du Couvent, view of the Tour du Roy and the bell tower
  • Saint-Emilion - Logis Malet
  • Saint-Emilion - North-Western part of the town
  • Saint-Emilion - Moat of the Cardinal's Palace
  • Saint-Emilion - Place du clocher, a balcony overlooking the city
  • Saint-Emilion - Market square, view of the monolithic church
  • Saint-Emilion - Tour du Roy and the Ursuline Convent
  • Saint-Emilion - Porte Brunet and the panorama of the valley
  • Saint-Emilion - Place Bouqueyre

 

 

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Practical information
  • Free stroll

  • Half day to entire day

  • 44°53'36.240"N 0°9'22.626"W // 44.8934 -0.156285

prices
  • Free

languages
  • French
  • English
means of payment
services & labels
  • Animals accepted

  • Car park

  • Self-guided tour

  • Reservations not necessary

  • On foot

  • With your own car

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