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Canal de Garonne en Vélo Aquitaine

Canal de Garonne en Vélo

A tale of two cities

Canal de Garonne en Vélo

Connecting the historic cities of Bordeaux and Toulouse, the Canal de Garonne flows through the verdant countryside of this scenic region. Follow shady cycle paths through forests, medieval towns and vineyards and enjoy a wealth of French delights.

Belle France are not currently offering this holiday package, however we do offer a number of alternative holidays featuring authentic French experiences in similar terrain.
Please call us on +44 (0)1580 214010 to discuss your specific holiday requirements.

Travel agents

If you have a copy of our 2016/17 brochure and are interested in booking this holiday, please contact us to discuss your clients specific requirements.

Route & Location

Customer Reviews Customer ratings via Feefo

4 out of 5 rating based on 2 reviews

  • Service (4/5): Patient in finding us the right holiday. Poor attention to detail.

    4 out of 5

    Belle France: Thanks for your comments and sounds like we picked the right holiday for yoou. Please let us know where we need to take more care on attention to detail so that we can improve all aspects of our booking service

    9th October 2015

    Product (4/5): Great route, lovely area, good overnight stops.
  • Service (4/5): Everything dealt with promptly. Missed the more personal service of past years with the introduction of new partner company in France.

    4 out of 5

    Belle France: It is always a pleasure to book for you and we hope that we see you again this year, our agent for this holiday is very thorough and we have been working with him for a long time. We are however sorry if you felt that it did not have the same personal touch, and we take on board your comments regarding the level of toughness and the rail journey at the end.

    13th March 2015

    Product (4/5): We thought the holiday was quite tough for its category. We also thought we should have been notified about the 'road closed' signs on the route and the discontinuation of the rail service due to the wash away of the railway track. We didn't know if the bus could take bikes and thought it best to set off early instead of waiting for the bus. Thus saying it was possible to travel by train on that section was erroneous.