Cycling along at your own pace, you're able to absorb the sights, scents,
and atmosphere in a way you never could on an ordinary holiday. This region
of France is a wonderful location for your French cycling holiday with cristal
clear rivers clad in green woods and forests. Ancient Templars villages
are just some of the delights to see on your French cycle tour in the extraordinary
variety of landscapes of Aveyron and the Parc Naturel des Grands Causses.
You'll start in Tarn valley. Quietly cycling under the Millau viaduct
you ride to the medieval town of St. Rome-de-Tarn .
In this part of (Southern France, 'le midi' ) a district with an
extraordinary diversity of landscapes, that you will get to know when hiking
and cycling through this far
South part of the Massif Central: mountains, limestone plateaus (Causses),
lush green valleys, roaring rivers (Tarn, Jonte, Dourbie, Lot, Aveyron,
Dourdou). Lots of small villages here instead of large urban areas with
dense population. Le Tourisme Vert (green tourism) as they say here. No
fast food here, but the French cuisine, honest food in small family runned
hotels where you will get a warm welcome.
Travel: The nearest airport to B06 is Rodez (Ryanair from London Stansted
and Charleroi) or Montpellier.
Transfer from the airport to first hotel in Creissels can be arranged for.
With SNCF-bus from Montpellier to Millau (2 hours).
Lunches are not included. The price
of a take-away lunch varies from 9 to 13 Euro. You can order it
from the hotelkeeper the evening before departure.
Solo all-in: add 69% at basic rate. Supplement single room included,
bike rental not included.