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cycling route in Languedoc-Roussillon :

  • The Canal du Midi by bike from Toulouse to Carcassone

    The Canal du Midi by bike from Toulouse to Carcassone [138.5 km]

    Toulouse > Montgiscard > Seuil de Naurouze > Castelnaudary > Bram > Carcassonne > Revel
    • Family from Toulouse to Montgiscard and from Montgiscard to Seuil de Naurouze
    • Intermediate from Seuil de Naurouze to Castelnaudary and from Castelnaudary to Bram and from Bram to Carcassonne and from Seuil de Naurouze to Revel

    From Toulouse to Carcassonne, this section of the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo cycle route plunges you into the splendid history of the Canal du Midi, designed in the 17th century to link Garonne to Mediterranean. The way is enchanting, following this very pretty canal with its very southern French feel. Be especially careful along the section south of Port Lauragais (and Avignonet-Lauragais), as it is not laid out or signposted at time of writing and requires appropriate bikes.

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  • The canal du Midi by bike from Carcassonne to Le Somail

    The canal du Midi by bike from Carcassonne to Le Somail [104 km]

    Carcassonne > Marseillette > Homps > Le Somail > Narbonne > Port-la-Nouvelle
    • Family from Narbonne to Port-la-Nouvelle
    • Intermediate from Carcassonne to Marseillette and from Marseillette to Homps and from Homps to Le Somail and from Le Somail to Narbonne

    Passing at the foot of the magnificent medieval fortified city of Carcassonne, this section of the Canal du Midi à Vélo then takes you along a route dotted with remarkable canal constructions to admire, especially when watching boats using them. A splendid additional route leads along the Canal de la Robine to the former Roman capital of Narbonne. This route ends with a surprising way through big coastal lakes to Port-la-Nouvelle, where it reaches the Mediterranean.

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  • The canal du Midi by bike from Le Somail to Sète

    The canal du Midi by bike from Le Somail to Sète [92.5 km]

    Le Somail > Capestang > Béziers > Agde > Sète
    • Family from Agde to Sète
    • Intermediate from Le Somail to Capestang and from Capestang to Béziers and from Béziers to Agde

    Along this final southern section of the Canal du Midi à Vélo, absorb the vibrant light and captivating scents of the Mediterranean. Admire the succession of ingenious, majestic engineering works of art along this stretch, like the locks at Fonserannes, the Orb canal-bridge, or the circular lock at Agde. Although the route along the canal’s towpath on this section is not complete at time of writing, the exceptional charm and natural setting make up for any inconvenience.

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  • ViaRhôna from Valence to Avignon

    ViaRhôna from Valence to Avignon [164 km]

    Valence > Le Pouzin > Châteauneuf-du-Rhône > Lapalud > Caderousse > Avignon
    • Intermediate from Valence to Le Pouzin and from Châteauneuf-du-Rhône to Lapalud and from Lapalud to Caderousse and from Caderousse to Avignon

    This colourful ViaRhôna section leads gently from the Rhône-Alpes Region into Provence. The historic riverside settlements like La Voulte-sur-Rhône, Montélimar or Bourg-Saint-Andéol have a Mediterranean feel. The Rhône is relatively wild here, meandering past Mediterranean orchards and fields. For the time being, ViaRhôna ends at Rhône-side Pont-Saint-Esprit. It will continue south in due course. This provisional section goes along shared roads, with some slopes.

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  • ViaRhôna from Avignon to Sète

    ViaRhôna from Avignon to Sète [166 km]

    Avignon > Beaucaire > St-Gilles > Aigues-Mortes > Palavas-les-Flots > Sète
    • Family from Avignon to Beaucaire and from St-Gilles to Aigues-Mortes
    • Intermediate from Beaucaire to St-Gilles and from Aigues-Mortes to Palavas-les-Flots

    Leaving Avignon, romantic Cité des Papes, this section takes you straight to the southern banks of the Rhône and in particular to the Languedoc Roussillon. The ViaRhôna is currently in the planning stages between Lamotte-du-Rhône (Vaucluse) and Gallician (Gard). The route then continues from Gallician to Le Grau-du-Roi, offering an itinerary through the Camargue Gardoise, Grand Site de France. Taking the old towpaths of the Canal du Rhône to Sète, you will reach Le Grau du Roi via Aigues-Mortes, then Palavas-les-Flots. Access as far as the port of Sète, winding between beaches and saltwater lagoons, is not yet complete.

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  • ViaRhôna from Avignon to Port-St-Louis-du-Rhône

    ViaRhôna from Avignon to Port-St-Louis-du-Rhône [108 km]

    Avignon > Beaucaire > Arles > Port-St-Louis-du-Rhône
    • Family from Avignon to Beaucaire
    • Intermediate from Beaucaire to Arles and from Arles to Port-St-Louis-du-Rhône

    After Avignon, heady city of medieval popes, this ViaRhôna section will soon allow cyclists to discover further southerly stretches of the Rhône. The sun will often be your companion on this section lined with historic towns and ports boasting a very Mediterranean feel. You end in the Camargue, with its famous lagoons, rice fields and salt pans, plus its many waterways leading to wide Mediterranean beaches. This section is provisional and not as yet described on our website. The ViaRhôna route is, at time of writing, still being mapped out south from Avignon.

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