ON FOOT OR BY BIKE, ALONG THE RIVERS AND CHANNELS
For your holidays, follow the stream of the water.
Alone, with family or friends, let yourself be tempted by a hike on the paths and greenways of France. Enjoy the coolness of the water and go on one of our cycling, hiking or donkey rides along the rivers and canals. These trips mix itinerant and pretexts to swim! We also offer multi-activity holidays with canoeing trips to discover the river otherwise.
Multi activity New745€This is a new holiday concept that you and your family are going to just love! Walks in the majestic sites of the Vercors, bike rides in the lovely countryside around the old town of Die (say ’Dee’), canoeing down the unspoilt river Drôme, climbing…7 daysComfortDifficulty
The Loire valley from Amboise to SaumurThe Loire is among the last remaining great untamed rivers of Europe. And yet nowhere else will you find such a concentration of palaces, chateaux and manors in such a superb natural setting. As the river flows, you roll through the heart of this…7 daysComfortDifficulty
Cycling tour the Dolce ViaThis trip is really the Dolce Vi(t)a in the Ardèche! The holiday begins along the bed of the former railway track - now actually known as the "Dolce via" - which once linked Lamastre to Le Cheylard through the mountains of the…8 daysComfortDifficulty
The ViaRhona: from Vienne to MontélimarA cycling trip along the Rhône river. All down the valley you'll enjoy pedalling at your own rhythm through a rich and varied built heritage, and the broad Côte du Rhône vineyards . Saunter along the left bank, roam along the…7 daysComfortDifficulty
The Burgundy Canal by bikeExploring Burgundy along the water's edge and at its rhythm, that's the simple idea behind this holiday. The towpath winds almost 120 kilometres from the town of Montbard to the outskirts of the ducal city of Dijon. The first part of the…8 daysComfortDifficulty
The secluded ArdècheThe walk begins along the route of the old steam train which used to chug from Lamastre to Le Cheylard through the mountains of the Ardèche department. The railways were opened in 1891, but since 1968 most of them have ceased activity, lost…8 daysComfortDifficulty