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Tourism Office Saint Emilion

Place des Creneaux | Rue du Clocher, 33330 Saint-Emilion, France
+33 5 57 55 28 28
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Very Helpful

We were greeted by a very helpful employee who showed us several suggestions for restaurants and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Michael M
Danbury, United States
via mobile
Not too many details

We wanted tips for a day visit, they gave us maps but were nit very helpful. Since we did not have... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Montreal, Canada
via mobile
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The Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion (including the town and the territory of the 8 villages united under the authority of the medieval Jurade) was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage in 1999 to preserve, restore and share this outstanding heritage! Covered in vines and bordered with rivers, along woody slopes and picturesque roads, the Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion stretches out over 75 km² around a particularly well-preserved medieval town and is the ideal place to stay. Only 30 minutes from Bordeaux and 1h from Bergerac or Périgueux, Saint-Emilion is the perfect starting point to tour around the vineyards of Bordeaux and the Perigord district. Legend has it that the town bears the name of a Breton monk that performed miracles while living an exemplary life. In order to retire from social life, he settled in 750 in a natural grotto, which can still be visited nowadays in the heart of the town!
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Place des Creneaux | Rue du Clocher, 33330 Saint-Emilion, France
+33 5 57 55 28 28
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were greeted by a very helpful employee who showed us several suggestions for restaurants and wineries to visit. This is a very smart first stop for touring St. Emilion.

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We wanted tips for a day visit, they gave us maps but were nit very helpful. Since we did not have precise questions we were not offered specific activities. They pushed the tuck tuck ride more than the little train though.

Thank Wapothewhippet
Reviewed 1 week ago

Saint Emilion is a small UNESCO village but the Tourist Office in the village is super helpful and informative! Most of the staff are super friendly, knowledgeable and the office has tons of useful information for the village and the surrounding area. They also rent...More

Thank FrankyDay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Multi lingual staff help you with tours. We booked the tours of the catacombs, and even though we had missed the English speaking tour, the guide stayed behind and explained in English.o

Thank ssjcox
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This Office is located in the centre of town in the main square. The is plenty of information and maps of the town and region. Staff were helpful and a number of attractions can be booked through them.

Thank Noel18289
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you visit please go through to the old church cloisters which also leads through to the church for a great photo opportunity and you will not be disappointed .

Thank Andrew c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The bright, modern tourist office at the heart of the gorgeous mediaeval town of Saint-Emilion may just be the very best such establishment I've ever visited. The variety of activities and attractions on offer is vast for such a small town. All manner of tours...More

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We rented bikes through the tourist office. The bikes themselves were perfectly fine and in good condition however I felt the staff were not really very helpful. When we picked up our bikes we asked for some maps which were provided but other than that...More

Thank KatF83
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We highly recommend a visit here when you get to Saint Emilion. The run walking tours to local vineyards, bike rental, town tours, etc etc - and we found the staff very helpful and friendly. They even put up with my painful French efforts and...More

Thank holiday500
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Staff really helpful. One day is not sufficiently long enough to see all that St Emilion has to offer.

1  Thank Rosemary O
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12 March 2017|
Response from Meline66 |
Hi ! We are happy to hear that you'Lloyd be coming by Saint-Emilion during your trip. There are no laundry machines in the village but maybe can The Logis des Remparts help you out ? Other option to explore the 2 main... More
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13 February 2016|
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Response from samanthabudano | Reviewed this property |
Le fete du vin Bordeaux is on June 23-24. You can easily find it on the Internet
31 January 2015|
Response from OfficeDeTourismeSE | Property representative |
Hi, One of our trip-advisor will be happy to advise you concerning your future stay in Saint-Emilion. Would you please, send us un email or visit our website : saint-emilion-tourism
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