Castelnaudary / Bram Canal des 2 Mers by bike - Atlantic / Mediterranean sea
Nature & small heritage
1 h 06 min
I cycle often
Leaving Castelnaudary, you pass the imposing St-Roch lock with its four interconnecting chambers. Further on, at the level of Bram’s port and the canal-side restaurant, l’Ile aux Oiseaux, a cycle track allows you to make a short detour into the centre of Bram, a town which stands out for its silhouette and its circular medieval centre, known as a ‘circulade’, a form typical of the Aude.
Elevation of the stage
Waytypes of the stage
Cycle path: 4,42 km Inconnu: 12,31 km
Surface of the stage
Lisse: 4,42 km Inconnu: 12,31 km
The towpath along this stage is still a bit rough.
SNCF train stations
Castelnaudary train station:
TER regional trains serve > Toulouse and Carcassonne (many trains daily)
Bram train station:
TER regional trains serve > Castelnaudary/Toulouse and Carcassonne/Narbonne (6 to 12 trains a day)
Connections at Toulouse for Montauban/Agen/Bordeaux; Brive/Limoges/Paris; Albi/Castres/Rodez/Figeac; Tarbes/Pau/Foix.
Connections at Carcassonne for Narbonne/Béziers/Sète/Montpellier/Marseille; Limoux
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