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French Cycling Holidays
Website:
www.frenchcyclingholidays.com
Contact Number:
+44 20 8861 5888
Address:
73 High Road
Leavesden
Watford Hertfordshire WD25 7AL
United Kingdom
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French Cycling Holidays

French Cycling Holidays

They offer a range of guided and fully supported cycling holidays through the most beautiful regions of France, from Normandy to Provence, from the Alsace to Bordeaux, with different levels of difficulty to suit everyone from beginners to club riders. Everything is looked after, from transfers to luggage, delicious meals and luxurious hotels. All you have to do is pedal!
Their Tours

Dordogne Castles & Caves

7 Days Moderate
The Dordogne is a region immersed in the past. The caves of Lascaux are home to some of the finest examples of pre-historic art and the area is dotted with Cro-magnon caves and settlements. The area, known to the French as the Périgord, changed hands between England and France several times ...
Updated by CTG on 28 Jan 2015

Brittany Celtic Legends

7 Days Easy
Brittany – a land of legends. Its Celtic roots – populated by settlers from across the English Channel in the 5th Century- and the fierce maintenance of its Breizh or Breton language – have resulted in a region with a character quite different from the rest of France.
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Alsace and the Vosges

7 Days Moderate-Advanced
Sitting along the Eastern edge of France, on the left bank of the river Rhine, Alsace has a character and ambience quite different from the rest of the country. From the gothic script on street signs and hotel and restaurant names, to the half-timbered medieval houses, there is a Germanic ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Languedoc – a voyage of discovery

7 Days Moderate-Advanced
The Languedoc is a land of startling contrasts. From its flat coastal plain which is the largest wine producing area of France, the region stretches inland to the Black Mountains (Montagne Noire), and to the west until it meets the Pyrénées. In the east, the spectacular country of canyons and ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Normandy

7 Days Easy-Moderate
Normandy, home of William the Conqueror, has always had strong connections with the English-speaking world; from 1066 when the Duke of Normandy laid claim to the English crown, until June 1944 and Operation Overlord when combined American, Canadian and British Commonwealth forces launched the ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Provence – Villages Of The Luberon

7 Days Moderate-Advanced
When Peter Mayle wrote A Year in Provence, this was the Provence he was talking about. Sleepy hamlets dozing in the summer sun, villages perched in idyllic settings above rugged valleys. Fields of fruit lovingly tended by the same Provençal families who have looked after them for centuries ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Provence – Roman Heritage

7 Days Easy-Moderate
Provence, deriving is name from the Roman Provincia Gallia, is the region between the Côte d’Azur and the Rhone delta, stretching inland to the foothills of the Alps in the East and to the plateau of the Ardèche in the West.It has been said that Provence is more a state of mind than a distinct ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Bordeaux Vineyards

7 Days Easy-Moderate
The lower stretch of the Dordogne river is rightly celebrated for the wines produced in its fertile valley, but there is so much more to the area that a biking vacation should not miss. The rivers are broad, meandering and majestic, and the hinterland is richly forested. Between the vineyards ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Burgundy Wine Explorer

7 Days Moderate
The mention of the word ‘Burgundy’ — Bourgogne to the French — conjures up many images. To some, the first thing that springs to mind is wine, from the crisp whites of Chablis and Montrachet to the prestigious reds of the Côte D’Or — Nuits-St-George, Pommard, Aloxe-Corton and Vosne-Romanée being ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

Loire Valley

7 Days Easy
The Loire Valley upstream from Tours is the home of perhaps the most famous and beautiful of all of the Châteaux: Chenonceaux, with its graceful arches spanning the River Cher; Chambord set in the midst of Royal hunting forests and adorned with minarets, domes and towers; Amboise with its ...
Updated by CTG on 9 Jun 2014

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