I n the central part and to the east of the commune of Moulis-en-Médoc, there is a signposted track of 14 kilometres to discover the châteaux of the Moulis AOC

The Moulis Walking Route

Created in 2002, the Moulis-en-Médoc walking route is appreciated and known by numerous hikers.

Combining the pleasure of walking with the discovery of the commune with its remarkable heritage (the 12th-century St Saturnin church situated on the Way of St James, the Raze fountain and the Tiquetorte mill, this route also offers the opportunity to appreciate the vineyard and the châteaux of the Moulis AOC along its length.

More than a simple hiking route – less than 10% of made-up roads – crossing the vineyards and the châteaux, the woods and the village, the Moulis route is an amazing tool for wine tourism.

Note also that it is possible to follow it by bicycle or on horseback.

Don’t hesitate to take a break in one of the many châteaux found along the walking route and why not taste one or more wines, then discover the Raze fountain which fed an ancient wash house, refresh yourself at the Moulin de Tiquetorte, an old water mill dating from the 16th century with the Jalle flowing beneath it, visit the Saint Saturnin church, a real architectural gem of the 12th century, one of the finest Romanesque churches in the region and the stopping off point for pilgrims on the Way of St James, and finally finish the walk with a visit to the Museum of the Arts and Crafts of the Vine and Wine at château Maucaillou.