in a different way


Wine is what brings people to Bordeaux. Allow our guides to show you our favorite places based on our deep knowledge of the reason.
Alsace is undoubtedly one of the most charming and uniquely distinct regions of France. A region famed for wine, culture, landscape and history.
With its incredibly preserved villages, unparalleled prehistoric sites and buzzing markets, the Dordogne department of France has a wealth of attractions to fill your visit, long or short.
Perhaps most renowned for the impressively picturesque lavender bloom that occurs each summer, the Provence region of France offers incredible scenery and so much more.
Join us on one of our Ophorus tours and explore the rolling hills of the region, the warm waters of the coast, or the gothic architecture of Toulouse, Languedoc´s capital, also know La Ville Rose
Best known for the eponymous sparkling white wine which originates here, Champagne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site characterised by lush landscapes and vineyards climbing up gently undulating hills.
Loire valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers everything from castles, historical towns and stunning landscapes. Loire also boasts world-famous Châteaux, such as Châteaux d’Amboise, de Villandry and Chenonceau.
Burgundy boasts some of the most acclaimed and luxurious wines in the world. The capital, Dijon, is a flourishing cultural hub, where visitors can step back into the past with its mix of gothic and art deco architecture.