Caudéran Chartrons Fondaudège Bastide Gare St Jean St Michel St Pierre


The Centre of Bordeaux is the commercial, tourist and administrative heart and the provides a cultural lifestyle to all of those who live here.

With the city centre only being renovated in recent history, it has seen an explosion of culture, commerce and international fame.

The city has been re-energised with the arrival of the tramway, development of new green spaces and rezoning of pedestrian areas. In this popular district we find a mixed bag of inhabitants.

Behind the famous stone buildings we find everything from luxury apartments to student accommodation.

Regardless of your living styles you are in walking distance of all the historic districts of Saint-Michel and Saint-Pierre and the Place de la Bourse.

To the south of the city center, you can go shopping in the longest commercial street in France, rue Sainte Catherine. This district is also home to the magnificent Saint André Pey-Berland cathedral and Bordeaux’s city hall.