Cycling in France - Languedoc-Roussillon (Chapter)
This is the Languedoc-Roussillon chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook.
Languedoc-Roussillon is a three-eyed hybrid, cobbled together in the 1980s by the merging of two historic regions. Cyclists can expect diverse and spectacular terrain spanning mountains, forests and canyons; along with some charming towns and hearty local cuisine. Allons-y!
- take in the 360-degree views from Mont Aigoual
- transport and accommodation
- enjoy having the quiet villages and untouristed roads of Haut Languedoc to yourself
- a potted history of Roquefort (blue vein) cheese
Coverage includes: History, Environment, Climate, Remote Cévennes, Upper Languedoc, Towns & Facilities.
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