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Midi-Pyrénées

cycling route in Midi-Pyrénées :

  • The canal de Garonne by bike from Bordeaux to Agen

    The canal de Garonne by bike from Bordeaux to Agen [153 km]

    Bordeaux > Créon > Sauveterre-de-Guyenne > La Réole > Marmande > Damazan > Agen
    • Family from Bordeaux to Créon and from Créon to Sauveterre-de-Guyenne and from La Réole to Marmande and from Marmande to Damazan and from Damazan to Agen
    • Expert from Sauveterre-de-Guyenne to La Réole

    Bordeaux, a splendid city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, makes for one glorious starting point on the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo cycle route. Once you’ve crossed the mighty Garonne River, you enter the Entre-Deux-Mers vineyards via a great cycle track. At Sauveterre-de-Guyenne, join a quiet road to reach the Canal de Garonne near the town of La Réole. Then a greenway runs alongside the canal, shaded by planes, up to Agen.

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  • The canal de Garonne by bike from Agen to Toulouse

    The canal de Garonne by bike from Agen to Toulouse [113 km]

    Agen > Valence-d'Agen > Moissac > Montech > Castelnau-d'Estrétefonds > Toulouse
    • Family from Agen to Valence-d'Agen and from Valence-d'Agen to Moissac and from Moissac to Montech and from Montech to Castelnau-d'Estrétefonds and from Castelnau-d'Estrétefonds to Toulouse

    This section of the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo cycle route is entirely on greenways, enabling you to appreciate the countryside to the full. Head a bit away from the Canal de Garonne to enjoy charming, hilly terrain with hints of Tuscany. Moissac and Montauban, pink-brick towns on the Tarn River, have each been designated a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire for their rich culture. Their culinary attractions are strong too. As to much larger pink-brick Toulouse, it’s a dynamic regional capital. Take in its striking monuments and vibrant quarters.

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  • 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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