With some water sports like kayaking and stand up paddling, cycling is one of the most appropriate activities for the whole family that you can do during your holiday at the campsite les Mimosas in Occitan. The Languedoc coast in the natural park of Haut Languedoc through the Etang de Thau and scrubland, overview of 8 greenways levels to pedal smoothly or sportingly on secure routes in the 34.
The nearest greenway Camping Les Mimosas will take you to Béziers along the Canal du Midi, a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The drop is low and most of the trail is shaded, very important details if you hop on your bike with your children. If you want to continue taking, read our article "Browsing the Canal du Midi by bike" and continue to Toulouse!
Dunes, salt marshes, vineyards, ponds, flamingos: Here are five good reasons to make this magnificent course suitable for all cyclists between ponds Ingril and Vic.
This pretty course west of Beziers borrows an old railway line and leads to the Canal du Midi. You will see the vineyards and pass through charming villages: Forty Puisserguier.
Allow a full day to complete this loop of 30 km from the Prefecture of the Hérault. Your goal? Playing sports, burn some calories, share good moments in couple, family or friends, admire the pond of Méjean and swim on one of the beaches of Palavas.
The south shore of the Thau lagoon impresses the visitor. To your right, the coastal pond and flamingos. To your left, the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Lions. The scenery is superb from beginning to end, a real treat for nature lovers and cycling.
On a short distance, you will stroll in exceptional surroundings, between the Mediterranean and the pond of Gold. Once in La Grande-Motte, take time to observe the stunning pyramid-shaped buildings well integrated in nature. You will be able to continue your walk to the Grau du Roi and Aigues-Mortes, the gateway to the Camargue.
This greenway fitted on an old railway line along the north shore of the Thau lagoon. If you wish, you can continue to Frontignan and Sète and swim before heading back to the campsite.