The Two Seas Canal is a waterway that links the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Fitted for strategic purposes between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries, it consists of two portions: the Garonne Canal between Bordeaux and Toulouse, and the Canal du Midi to Sete. The latter, a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is bordered by a beautiful bike path. If you want to enjoy the joys of cycling safely with your children during your stay at Les Mimosas in Herault, we recommend this fabulous route. The relatively low altitude, the number of shaded areas and infrastructure available to cyclists make a route accessible to all cycling enthusiasts, including children.
The Canal du Midi, which starts in Occitan Marseillan (locality The Onglous) on the edge of the Thau lagoon to reach Toulouse, stretches over 241 km. Browse this distance by bike in one day, of course, almost impossible mission. Even for major sports. For this reason, you need to plan your trip before you get to the starting point. Would you go along the Canal du Midi a few hours or days? How many kilometers do you pedaling? Where would you like to start? To help you see more clearly, the route was divided into several stages:
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The bike Canal du Midi is a great adventure that requires good organization. Before you ride your bike, take the time to check out the interactive maps of the stages that interest you. You can locate places of interest to visit along your route, the technical characteristics of each stage and the stations where you can take a TER train accepts bicycle transportation.
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