Bordeaux is a dynamic city and of, course, a sporting one! With several major modern or historical sites dedicated to sports, the city of Bordeaux offers a varied and complete offer.
Thanks to its numerous and diverse sports facilities, coupled with the know-how and experience of the associative sector, well supported by the city, Bordeaux hosts many mass or high-level sports events each year. The Marathon de Bordeaux, the ATP tennis tournament and the Jumping International are all held in Bordeaux every year.
The hosting of the European Football Championships in 2016, the Rugby World Cup in 2023 and the football matches during the Paris 2024 Olympic Games reflect the region’s sporting appeal. There is no doubt that the 24th European Company Sport Games will find their place along these many prestigious events!
Bordeaux is a flat city (except for the slopes of the right bank), and lends itself unashamedly to cycle tourism. In 2019, the “Bicycle Cities Index” drawn up by the German start-up Coya ranked Bordeaux as the 12th most cycle-friendly city in the world. The agglomeration has 291 km of cycle paths and greenways. The Super Bike Routes list suggestions for 1 to 5 hour rides to explore heritage, nature, vineyards and the river.