The Chartrons quarter, set on the banks of the Garonne, used to be very busy and wealthy thanks to the wine trade. Here, merchants and businessmen rubbed shoulders with sailors and laborers. Its name comes from the Chartreux convent, built in the 17th Century, and it used to be the center both of the town and of Anglo-Saxon and protestant life. With the decline of river-trade, the quarter emptied, becoming a calm residential area with antique shops. A section of the quarter is today known as the "village des antiquaries" or antique-shop village. In this area visitors can take in the Chartrons Museum, and nearer the banks of the Garonne, the Croiseur Colbert. Not far from here is the magnificent Center of Contemporary Art (CAPC).


Café Maritime et Tiki Bar
Dream Beach Club
Glob théâtre
Golden Apple
Satin Doll (Le)
Théâtre du Pont Tournant
Halle des Chartrons
Bistro Boheme (Le)
Petit Théâtre (Le)
Nautilus (Le)
Golden Apple (The)
Orangery in the Public Gardens (Orangerie)
Médiéval (Le)
Bar du Boucher (Le)
Vie en Rose (La)


Eglise St-Louis
Halle des Chartrons
Musée des Vins de Bordeaux
Parc Riviere
Petit Théâtre (Le)
Cité Mondiale
Quartier des Chartrons
Sarl Maurice Verdeun
Vinorama de Bordeaux (Le)
Atelier-galerie Cristina
Galerie de l'Angle
Galerie 5F
123 Galerie MLS
98 Quai des Chartrons
Musée Goupil
Atelier i.d. 109
Gilles Aubert Atelier Drôle D'histoire
Galerie ADAMA
Nouvelle Galerie (La)
Orangery in the Public Gardens (Orangerie)
Galeria Amber D.H
Atelier Oscar Lopez
Hangar en Bois (Le)
Gastronomie des Pyrénées
Cap Sciences
Cruiseur Colbert


Bistro Boheme (Le)
Cafe Maritime et Tiki Bar
Cambridge Arms (The)
Le Chapon Fin
Le Saladin
Lou Pignada

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