Lot Valley, Vistas and Villages

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6 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
200 Km
avg 40 Km
Self-guided

Unpack, unwind & enjoy the ride!

Escape from the rest of the world into a tranquil tapestry of quiet country lanes, fields of whispering barley and meadows full of wild flowers in every hue.Cycle along quiet river valleys winding your way past the abundant vineyards and through pretty, sleepy villages where every pale stone house is adorned with pots of bright geraniums.Meander through shady green woods where the sunlight plays magically through the leafy canopy, providing welcome respite from the bright, hot sunshine.


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Tour Location

Country:
France
Region:
Nouvelle Aquitaine|Occitanie
From:
Degagnac
To:
Degagnac

Tour Information

Guiding:
Self-guided
Duration:
6 Days
Level:
Easy/Moderate
Terrain:
On-road
Tour Type:
Groups|Road Bike
Theme:
History
More Options:
Non-rider program|Centre-based
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
EUR 1425

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
200 Km
Riding Days:
5
Departure:

No spaces on this tour see our other tour.

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: No supplement for singles!

Booking Conditions:

See our website for details

Inclusions

No single supplements on any of our cycling holidays. Giant hybrid bike, bags and bottles, detailed route maps and notes, full cycling back-up Double en-suite bedroom with either king-size or 2 single beds. Six breakfasts and six 4-course dinners, wine and pre-dinner drinks, beverages and snacks. Transfers to and from Gourdon rail station or Bergerac or Brive airports as required.

Exclusions

Travel arrangements are not included in our quoted price but we will meet you at either Bergerac airport or Gourdon rail station and drive you to Mas de Flory. Our holidays do not include lunches/drinks while out cycling - thats it!

Additional Info

BR: You can read my first-hand experience of their wonderful hospitality and the excellent cycling country in the blog article Lots to do in southwest France. Thanks John, Aileen and Richard!

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