“You will discover the treasures of “La Voie Verte des Deux Mers” (meaning The Two Seas Green Path) as well as the bike path along the banks of the Garonne or the hillsides that will plunge you into the world of Toulouse-Lautrec and François Mauriac but also the prestigious vineyards of Sauternes and Graves.
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Go on biking as far as Toulouse where you will reach the Canal du Midi.
The Cycles of the Canal are “Vineyards & Discoveries” certified. This distinction is attributed to tourism stakeholders offering qualified services.
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- A62, exit 3: then a 10km-drive
- A65, then A62, exit 3: then a 10km-drive.
- Bordeaux Merignac Airport: then a 65km-drive
- Bordeaux Saint-Jean train-station: then a 50km-drive
- Or Langon train-station: then a 10km-drive
Day or half-day rental.
You will discover the charm, peacefulness and beauty of the Garonne Canal.
Finding food along is easy which will allow rides from 20 to 40 kilometers.
Are for those who want to travel from the Garonne Canal to Toulouse, perhaps continuing along the Canal du Midi all the way down to Sète.
Respectively, distances are 180km and 420km.
After traveling along the Canal des Deux Mers, the return of your bikes can be taken care of, if you wish.
If you go North-West, you will reach Bordeaux through the Piste Lapébie
You will discover the Cité Mondiale du Vin (The World Capital of Wine), the Chaban Delmas bridge and the town’s historic center. From Bordeaux, you will reach the ocean following the bike path leading you to the beach town of Lacanau.
Lastly, you can ride from the village of Castets en Dorthe towards the South-West down the Bassin d’Arcachon (Arcachon Bay) thanks to the path that goes across the region of the Lande Girondine and the towns of Bazas, Villandraut, Hostens and Mios (80 kilometers).
On that same itinerary, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the medieval town of Bazas, the castles of Villandraut and Roquetaillade.
Experience our region’s finest with our “loop circuits” along the “Entre Deux Mers” (Between Two Seas). Malromé Castle is “ Maisons des Illustres” certified (Houses of the Illustrious). It is also the family seat of the famous painter, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Or also Malagar Estate, one of the family properties of the famous writer François Mauriac.
If your travel West, you will pass through the Sauternes vineyards. You will also appreciate each and every castle if you take on “la route des grands crus de Sauternes” (the Sauternes Wines’ road): taste their nectar in a particularly beautiful setting!
Go south and find out about the Bazas region, its very typical landscapes and the town’s main cathedral. Of course you will not miss its famous cow breed : the “bazadaise”.
Lastly, if you ride North, you will enter historic towns such as les Bastides de Sauveterre de Guyenne and La Sauve whose “Sauve-Majeure” Abbey is registered as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Of course the circuits will also lead you to the castles and vineyards of Sauternes and Graves.
Friends’ groups, family reunions, corporate seminars, work councils…
We offer tailor-made services, adapted to your specific needs.