My partner Nick and I recently took our Southerly 38 through the Canal de Deux Mers and found it to be a truly unique cruising experience. It was our last day of touring and would include some spectacular scenery, especially along the Canal de la Robine that winds its way from Narbonne south towards Port-la-Nouvelle. Some of … Cycling trip on the Canal des Deux Mers and in the Lot Valley in 8 days and 7 nights in a hotel from € 795. See our self-guided itinerary for the entire Bordeaux to Toulouse stretch. Most boats have open-air upper decks and glass-ceilinged interiors so you can view Paris landmarks in inclement weather. Guidebook for cycling the Canal de Garonne - Bordeaux to Toulouse; Guidebook for the cycling the Canal du Midi - Toulouse to Sete Britta Sorensen takes a springtime ride along the Canal des Deux Mers à Vélo and reviews the route between La Reole and Agen (April 2018). ... Languedoc Le Canal des Deux Mers Tour. A cycling trip across France along the Canal des Deux Mers, along the Canal Lateral and Canal du Midi. “Canal des Deux Mers” round tour (15 km) Individual arrival and optional transfer from the meeting point in Bordeaux to the mooring location of the boat near the Canal des Deux Mers at Castets-en-Dorthe. Since then the canal has barely changed, it still has the ancient round and oval locks that were constructed in the 17th century and the elegant, Roman styled, arched … Suivez-moi et découvrez un ouvrage majestueux long de 240 km qui relie d’Ouest en Est, Bordeaux à Sète : « Le Canal du Midi », encore appelé le « Canal des deux Mers ». October 16, 2016 November 2, 2016 by ilduoeroica, posted in Bike Touring, Canal de la Robine, Canal des deux Mers, Cycling I was really excited about today’s ride . Running westwards, the canal also joins the Garonne River to form the Canal des Deux Mers, joining Toulouse with Bordeaux—and effectively the Mediterranean to the Atlantic. You can pedal along for almost 800km beside the Canal de Garonne and the Canal du Midi, the latter a World Heritage Site, to explore unforgettable landscapes and sites. The canal is part of a route dissecting the south of France which allows boats to pass directly between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic without circumnavigating Spain and through the Strait of Gibraltar, where Barbary Pirates were rife during the 17th century. The canal des deux Mers was created by Baron Riquet (1604 – 1680) and took 14 years to build. Discover the Canal des Deux Mers à Vélo, an exceptional cycle route linking the two seas of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.