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Caudéran district

district caudéran bordeaux

History of the Caudéran district

Former independent municipality became district of Bordeaux in 1965 under the mayor of Chaban-Delmas, Caudéran represents the suburb chic of the Bordeaux agglomeration. Nicknamed "the Neuilly bordelais", the municipality initially made up of hamlets in a wine-growing landscape quickly seduced the bourgeoisie Bordeaux for its immediate proximity with the hyper-center of Bordeaux, on the other side of the Boulevard President Wilson. The district preserves of its old rural existence sublime chartreuses, but also stalls which testify of its popular and agricultural past, before it becomes an upscale suburb. The development of the Bordeaux agglomeration has led to the construction of collective housing buildings, which coexist with the beautiful private homes and old stalls in a heterogeneous group. The former independence of Caudéran helps to give the neighborhood a village atmosphere.

The essentials of the Caudéran district

Multifacette, the Caudéran district seduced for its beautiful homes, for the charm of its old shops, as for the visionary architecture towers of its business district, first skyscrapers in the history of Bordeaux. This symbol of urbanization contrasts with the very important place taken by green spaces in the Caudéran district. In the first place, the district includes the famous Parc Bordelais, the largest green space in Bordeaux with its 28 hectares. Inaugurated at the end of the 19th century by Sadi Carnot, it is laid out for the pleasures of all with walking trails, large tree-lined alleyways, a wildlife park, a puppet theater, water bodies and recreational areas. wooded. Caudéran is also home to the 18-hole golf course Bordeaux, one of the oldest in France.

Living in the Caudéran district

Largest and most populated neighborhoods of Bordeaux, Caudéran has retained a family spirit and a friendly village atmosphere. Very residential, it is also quiet and ideal for family life: thought of as a garden city, the district of Caudéran is composed of individual houses with private land and collective habitats with parks, squares, paths and large trees. Peaceful and in the immediate vicinity of the city center of Bordeaux, it offers a beautiful quality of life. Families with children find several schools, including well-known private schools. The presence of the Parc Bordelais, the historic green lung of the city, is an infinite source of leisure: the animal park with large paths to go running or cycling, through the rides, shaded benches and playgrounds, each age finds its pleasures.


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