Coliving spaces, community, and perks designed for remote workers and creatives.
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Coliving, coworking spaces, coffee shops with Wifi and where to stay in Bordeaux.
The centre of Bordeaux is a great place to start your trip, with architecture dating back to the 15th century.
This area is south of Bordeaux's centre, lined with bakeries, artisanal food stores and cafes. There's a relaxed nightlife scene, and you can easily reach the riverside promenade from here too. This is also home to Bordeaux's biggest and best market, Marché Royal, and Outsite Bordeaux - a coliving space for digital nomads.
This area is north of the centre, and while the achitecture isn't as grand as that found in Saint Michel or the center, this is where you can find the La Cité du Vin - a site dedicated to Bodeaux's wine history.
Bordeaux is slowly becoming more popular with remote workers. Okiwi is a developer community based in the city, you can also find Facebook Groups for networrking with other nomads. Alternatively, book into Outsite Bordeaux so you can get connected with the local community as soon as you land - all guests are added into a WhatsApp group on arrival.
There are a few coworking spaces where you can meet fellow Bordeaux digital nomads and remote workers.
Outsite Bordeaux is a coliving space in Saint-Michel, Bordeaux. Your Wifi, workspace and community events are included when you book.
This is a beautifully furnished workspace with plenty of light, plants and views of the city.
An easy coworking space in the center of Bordeaux
A light and spacious shared office in Saint-Michel, Bordeaux.
This is one of the oldest coworking spots in Bordeaux. It's a friendly, collaborative space in Saint-Michel.
In Bordeaux, it's easy to find high-speed WiFi. Wifi is regularly available throughout the city, and it's easy to purchase an esim for constant 4G data.
Note: When looking for cafés in France, it's not common for all venues to have free Wifi and power outlets. Make sure to ask when you enter.
Lacanau is an hour away from Bordeaux - the swell here isn't as big as other areas in the Basque region, but it's easy to get to and there are suurf shops to rent from on the beach.
This legendary surf spot is noted as the birthplace of surfing in France. It's one of the most well-known spots around, and its beautiful views of the Villa Belza and Spanish Coast are reason enough to head here.
Carrefour is the most convenient and common supermarket in Bordeaux. If you'd prefer a more traditional shopping experience, head to Marche des Capucins for fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, nuts, seeds, and dried foods.
Bio c'Bon Bordeaux stock organic produce, herbal teas, essential oils, palo santo, and more supplements if you're looking for healthfood products in Bordeaux.
For US citizens, no visa is required for stays under 90 days. For Europeans, France is part of The Schengen Area, making it extra simple for citizens from Schengen Area counties to travel to France. Read more about digital nomad visas here.
Luckily for Biarritz digital nomads, the city is compact and easy to navigate by foot or on bike. If you need to go a little further than walking distance, there’s a reliable public transport network. Bordeaux has both Uber and taxis.