The highest clock tower in the South of France.
The basilique Saint-Michel (Basilica of Saint Michel) was built between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries. Its construction was funded by wealthy citizens and various craft guilds in the city of Bordeaux.
Despite the length of time it took to construct, the structure is architecturally coherent. In high Gothic style, the Basilica is home to many sculptures, altarpieces and paintings.
The clock tower, built in the fifteenth century, is an impressive 114 metres high. The Basilica is classed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
- Quai des sports
- From Thursday, July 17 2014 to Sunday, August 17 2014
- Sport beside the river.
Distance : 231m from