Aveyron and Tarn-et-Garonne: Medieval villages and Gaillac vineyards

Explore one of France's lesser-known regions just north of Toulouse

Offered by:
Tours du Tarn

Phone number:
+33 (0)6 71 70 74 00

Tour length:
7 nights

Level of difficulty:
Can be tailored for you

Price:
From €900

This tour is offered by a family of cyclists for riders wanting to get away from it all to explore quieter corners of France. Based outside the historic town of Saint Antonin-Noble-Val in the Aveyron Gorge, this fixed base trip has an emphasis on easy to moderate cycling but can be adapted to suit your needs. Take in sun-drenched fields of corn, the jaw-dropping medieval village of Najac and the golden vineyards of Gaillac (including stops to try the local wines). All the routes are on quiet roads and combine postcard views and places of interest en route, with alfresco lunch stops. Bring your own bike, or use one of the hybrid tourers or e-bikes included in the price. Road bike hire is also available locally. Relax at the end of the each day in a newly renovated gite or cabin with delicious food and wine – all supplied in abundance using local seasonal produce and included in the price. Share stories from your day on the road with other cyclists and hatch plans for the next day's riding. Price includes all accommodation, breakfasts and evening meals, bikes and routes, supported introductory ride, and airport/train station pick ups. The entire trip can be tweaked and tailored for you.

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