January 14, 2022. A great day for C&C history that lands in Europe with the acquisition of APR french group iConcept.
Toulouse, the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region in southern France, is crossed by the Garonne River and is located close to the Spanish border. The city is also known as 'La Ville Rose' (The Pink City) because of the terracotta bricks used in the construction of many of its buildings.
Bordeaux, at the centre of the famous wine region, is a port city located on the banks of the Garonne River in south-western France. It is renowned for its Gothic Saint André cathedral, 18th- and 19th-century villas and remarkable art museums, such as the Museum of Fine Arts. Public gardens line the quays on the river bends.
Pessac is a French commune of 58,504 inhabitants located in the Gironde department in the region of New Aquitaine. In this area are cultivated some of the most valuable grapes of France. The vineyards of Pessac produce an excellent type of Bordeaux. In the Graves region to the south of Bordeaux, along the Garonne as far as Lango, wines are bottled that are exported all over the world.
Biganos is a French commune of 9,618 inhabitants located in the Gironde department in the region of New Aquitaine. Located in the village of Buch, it lies along the Arcachon basin, about thirty kilometres from Bordeaux-Mérignac airport. Today, the town has expanded rapidly and is mainly focused on tertiary activities and tourism.
Bègles is a town in Gironde. Human presence on this territory is estimated at more than 150 000 years since a biface from this period was discovered during excavations. Built in the south of Bordeaux on a plain with many waterways, Bègles was once a place of bucolic walks.
Labège is a French municipality of 3,907 inhabitants located in the Haute-Garonne department in the Occitanie region.
Close to Toulouse, it is a commercial area rich in parks and popular for its casinos.
The coastal town of Anglet is famous for its 11 Atlantic Ocean surfing beaches, including Les Cavaliers and Marinella. There are hotels and surf schools along the seafront and a pine forest surrounds the family-friendly Forêt du Pignada wildlife park.
Bayonne, the main Basque city on French territory, in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department. It boasts a seaport and a traditional military vocation, giving it a more authentic atmosphere than traditional tourist resorts.
Ideally located halfway between the sea and the mountains, in the heart of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques,Pau, the historic capital of the Béarn, is an oasis of tranquillity that you can enjoy by taking a break before continuing your tour of the city by walking through the medieval streets of the old town.
Gateway to the Pyrenees" is the nickname given to Tarbes, where you can find out about the Hussars and take the delightful little train that runs through vast gardens. A hub of culture and gastronomy, Tarbes also boasts a remarkable architectural and religious heritage. The town is known throughout France for its spectacular gardens.
Limoges, the capital of porcelain and the capital of the Limousin region, the city of Limoges has preserved beautiful vestiges of its past and its history, dating back over 2000 years. The city's flagship monument, the Saint-Étienne cathedral is an outstanding example of Gothic art.