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From Sauveterre to the Canal de Garonne by bike

[ Cycle routes Canal des deux mers à vélo ] [ The canal de Garonne by bike from Bordeaux to Agen ]
  • 19 km
  • expert Level Expert

In the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers area – between the two rivers, the Garonne and Dordogne, nicknamed ‘seas’ – you cross an ocean of vines! The terrain is hillier here. You join the Canal de Garonne at La Réole. This town conceals a few treasures behind its ramparts. In its maze of little streets, don’t miss the 13th-century church of St-Pierre, nor the esplanade next to a former Benedictine Abbey which offers a fine view over the Garonne Valley.

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The route

The route is along hilly little roads with very light traffic. The way is signposted between Sauveterre and Loubens. Note however that the route is not signposted between Loubens and La Réole.

SNCF train stations

La Réole train station

TER regional trains serve  > Langon/Bordeaux (6 to 10 trains daily); Agen (5 to 8 trains daily)
You can change train at Agen for Montauban/Toulouse/


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Tourist offices

Office de Tourisme de l'Entre-deux-Mers

Office de tourisme de Sauveterre de Guyenne

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Entre-deux-mers appellation (AOC) wines

le vignoble de l'entre deux mers

Between the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers (nicknamed ‘mers’, or ‘seas’, here), the beautiful geographical region known as Entre-deux-Mers produces the widest range of Bordeaux wines: reds, whites (dry and sweet), rosés and old-fashioned clairets. This is the largest area in the département of Gironde for producing AOC wines, and it accounts for a massive 85 % of Bordeaux wines (that is, wines made in the Gironde département).

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