Languedoc Bike & Canoe Tour
This trip offers different ways of enjoying Languedoc on a fabulous route that takes you off the beaten track.
Starting in La Grande Motte, a popular seaside resort, you will mountain bike on the low hills of Sommieres, hike around St Guilhem le Desert, a charming medieval town also recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site, and canoe down a nearby river. You will enjoy the beach in La Grande Motte, cycle the southern French countryside and visit the lively city of Montpellier.
This cycling tour has it all to make the best of sunny Languedoc!
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Day : 1
Hotel Saint Clair is on the edge of the beach in La Grande Motte.27 rooms in peaceful garden, 20 meters from the beach, all rooms fitted with flat screen televisions, WiFi, air conditioning and a fridge.Private patios.Buffet breakfast.Patio garden, bar, secure parking.Near to the town centre(restaurants, shops, casino).
Day : 2, 3
The hotel Estelou, whose architecture is typical of an old railway station, is located in the south of France, between Nîmes and Montpellier, in the town of Sommieres.
Day : 4
The Mas des Violettes, your holiday home at the foot of Hortus and Pic St loup, in South of France, 25 minutes from Montpellier, 35 km from the seaside. At the heart of 3 ha of nature, in a protected site, independent houses take place in an old winery carefully renovated. On the one side the Mas des Violettes offers large family houses such as the Grange or the Magnanerie: with cosy and fully furnished 220 sqm, these are ideal houses for numerous families or gangs of friends.
Day : 5, 6
Located 30 minutes Montpellier, on the road to Compostelle, hotel and village will enable visitors to discover the southern Romanesque art as well as exceptional nearby natural sites such as the "Clamouse" cave, the gorges of the "Herault" river, the "Infernet" cirque, and more. The hotel allows visitors to spend unforgettable vacations in a unique medieval village: Saint Guilhem le Desert which is a world heritage site by Unesco.
Day : 7
From private mansions to museums, from lovely little gardens to public squares,the old Montpellier is fascinating. Leave your car in one of the nearby car-parks(rue Foch and rue Pitot) and come and enjoy the city on foot.
Just steps away from the Peyrou Gardens and the place de la canourgue,You will find a building housing the secrets of carefully-planned hospitality. The combination of old stones and modern comfort of its 26cosily-arranged rooms give a very special charm to this little hotel.\t