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.
Biking620€Journey back to the time of the Renaissance and all its splendours, moving from chateau to chateau, ... You'll make your way alongside the Loire on appealing narrow paths, slip through vast estate woods in search of Sleeping Beauty, and of…7 daysComfortDifficulty
The Dolce Via for familiesThe trip begins with a ride along the route of the old steam train which used to link Lamastre with Le Cheylard through the mountains of the Ardèche department. Then, after going from one valley to the next, you cycle alongside the turbulent…8 daysComfortDifficulty
Along the Mayenne river by bikeSafran went in search of new horizons. We were attracted by the Mayenne and its tempting towpath. Here was a cycling route perfect for those, big and small, who enjoy peddling on the flat in perfect safety! An unspoilt band of greenery stretches 85…7 daysComfortDifficulty
The canal of Burgundy for familiesThe prime ambition of this holiday is to discover Burgundy (French "Bourgogne") with your family and at your own pace. The towpath winds almost a hundred kilometres from the town of Montbard to the village of Pont de Pany. The first part of…7 daysComfortDifficulty
Walking holiday with a donkey655€
Gorges of the Ardeche with a donkeyHere is an invitation to venture into the remote wild beauty of the Ardèche and plunge into its distant past. In a natural environment where man seems to have left but a passing trace, you'll weave among the rocks between swallowholes and…7 daysComfortDifficulty
Upstream along the river Lot by bikeThe "véloroute" ("bike-road") is a signposted itinerary created so that cyclists can travel upstream alongside the Lot river. 80 kilometres long and practically flat, the route goes along little-used small roads chosen for…7 daysComfortDifficulty