Biking in France

Are you looking for an active and adventurous holiday? Try a holiday by bike! Taking a bike is healthy yet relaxing, and the perfect way of discovering the area around Chateau Cazaleres.

Biking is the perfect way to discover places you would normally never go to. Long car rides are usually boring and exhausting, but a holiday by bike is active, it keeps you in shape and it works great for you stamina and health. Also, you’ll feel less guilty about that additional time eating out, or about that cake you had with the coffee: the biking makes up for it!

A holiday by bike is something special. Cycling over the countryside, through forests and along rivers brings you closer with your travel companions. Taking on this adventure together really creates a bond.

The area around Chateau Cazaleres is perfect for cycling. There’s beautiful nature and wonderful views. Cycling routes take you along hilly landscapes and deep valleys, but also over plains and along old Roman roads.

One example of such cycling routes is the road along Canal du Midi. This route starts in Toulouse (nicknamed the Pink City). Toulouse is know for its unique charm and its vibrant old center with many shops and cafés. It’s perfect to start your tour. Along Canal du Midi there are many cities and towns, like Béziers and Narbonne, where you can discover the region’s local culture, it’s impressive history and it’s culinary surprises. Many of the villages have monumental churches and imposing castles that are definitely worth a visit.

The route ends in the city of Sète, on the Mediterranean coast. Sète is almost completely surrounded by water, which is why it earned the name ‘little Venice. This vibrant town is the perfect place to end your biking holiday, and to look back on a wonderful time.