Luxury Cycling Tours

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LUXURY CYCLING TOURS IN SOUTH OF FRANCE

B01 6-9 days light_to_active cycling tour Parc de Grands Causses, Millau-Roquefort
B07 6-12 days light or active cycling tour Albi, Pays de Cathares et de  Bastides
B09 14 days active or sporting cycling tour Albi, Parc des Grands Causses in Sud-Aveyron
B10 6-12 days active or sporting cycling tour Albi, Pays de Cathares & Sud-Aveyron
B14 6-9 days active or sporting cycling tour Tarn, Aveyron. Southern Massif Central.
B12 8-10 days sporting cycling tour Gorges, Causses and Cevennes.
B04 5-8 days light or very light tour Gorges du Tarn
B04 5-9 days active or sporting tour Gorges du Tarn
B19 7-9 days active cycling tour Dordogne Valley-Périgord
B19-ext. 15-17 days active cycling tour Dordogne-Périgord, Quercy and Aveyron
B18 6-8 days light cycling tour Dordogne Valley-Quercy-Rocamadour
B15 6-8 days active tour Around Mont Ventoux in Provence
B16 5-8 days light tour Provence-Luberon from Avignon
B17 6-8 days light tour Provence-Luberon
B50 14-21 days active or sporting cycling tour Languedoc & Cathars (Aude)
B51 13-16 days active or sporting cycling tour

Languedoc & Provence

B52 13-16 days active or sporting cycling tour

Languedoc & Provence

B53

9-11 days light cycling tour

Dordogne Valley - Lot Quercy

B54 10-20 days active or sporting cycling tour

Cycling to the Atlantic ocean

B56 6-8 days Light cycling tour Canal du Midi

Cycling along the Canal du Midi

B57 5-10 days Active to Sporting challenging

Cycling Cathars Castles

B59 13, 15 or 17 days active or sporting cycling tour

Provence, Alpes de Haute Provence

B61 6-8 days Light cycling tour

Provence, Alpilles and Camargue

 
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 Luxury Cycling tours in South of France

Popular Cycling Holidays in France

From lush valleys, to high mountains and with plenty of historical cities and picturesque villages in between, France has enough to to offer visitors for a lifetime of holidays. Its heritage is so varied and rich in terms of its history, cuisine, culture and beautiful landscapes and each region has a very strong identity very different from its neighbour`s. The most intriguing regions are those which the French call themselves the `France Profonde` - very remote and unspoiled and perfect for walking holidays.

Provence

The hills of Provence in the South are a great destination for walkers, with leisurely routes for inexperienced or casual walkers and for all cyclists going around or over the famous Mont Ventoux.... Sleepy pretty villages, gentle hills covered with aromatic herbs and flowers and beautiful historical cities are all on offer for walkers, with plenty of hotels and excellent restaurants offering the famous Provencal cuisine.

Bordeaux, Dordogne, Midi Pyrénées and French Catalonia, Cathars country

If vineyards and coastal regions are more your thing, then head to the beautiful Dordogne valley, filled with romantic and beautiful castles, as well as vineyards with excellent wine tasting opportunities and the beautiful abbey of Fontfroide. Walking tours are highly accessible in these regions, with many leisurely and relaxed routes ambling through forests, vineyards and farmland. If you want we provide guided winery visits with English guides.  Even better, there are plenty of food and drink options available on the route - there`s nothing like enjoying an outdoor lunch with a few glasses of top quality wine after a morning`s walking in the French sun!

The French Mountains

If more active walking is more your thing, then try tackling the Nature Park of the Grands Causses, or the Cathars castles in the Pyrenees. One classic walk takes the trail from the Alpes Maritimes through rolling valleys and gorges to the beautiful azure sea of Menton close to the Italian border. This is a dramatic and rewarding journey, with plenty of gorgeous stops at top quality hotels along the way and plenty of culture, food and rewarding experiences to enjoy along the way.

 

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