• Travelcode: 131

    Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

    Multifaceted and dreamy at the same time

    • Provence-Camargue - SchiffeAmong the wilderness of Camargue and the landscapes that were so dear to Van Gogh, you will cycle through delightful Provençal villages, vineyards and fields of sunflowers.

      You can begin in Aigues Mortes, a completely walled town that has changed little in appearance since its glory during the Middle Ages, and end in Avignon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or you can begin in Avignon, though once here, you will not want to leave. Avignon is ancient, full of history, life, youth, art, music and activity.

       

       

      Tour profile / level 2

      The route is on countryside roads with little traffic in rural and city areas. Routes average 28 to 34 miles (45 to 55 km). This tour offers you the opportunity to choose each day if you would like to cycle on your own utilizing the detailed route descriptions provided or to cycle with the tour guide and the group. Terrain varies from flat to hilly with some climbing involved. One climb of approximately 4 km is quite challenging and the northern wind in Camargue, the legendary "Mistral" the master of the winds, can be a factor as well.

      From Avignon to Aigues-Mortes

      Day 1: Avignon
      Individual arrival and boarding after 6 p.m. in Avignon. Your mooring place is in Quai de la Ligne next to the famous Pont St. Bénezet.

      Day 2: Avignon, round tour, approx. 30 km
      Today we’ll get to the other side of the river Rhone by crossing the island Île de la Barthelasse, and we’ll ride in the typical garrigue landscape, between vineyards and orchards. Before going back we’ll visit Villeneuve Les Avignon, once known to be the town of the cardinals. In the afternoon a guided visit will let us discover the historic centre of Avignon.

      Day 3: Avignon-Aramon, approx. 40 km
      In the morning navigation till the town of Aramon, where you will start pedaling. The stage today will bring you to the best preserved Roman aqueduct in Europe: Pont du Gard, a very spectacular work. Overnight in Aramon with a beautiful view over the Mont Ventoux.

      Day 4: Aramon-Vallabrègues, approx. 35 km
      You start your day sailing to Vallabrègues, pretty Provençal village on the banks of the Rhône. Along country roads you will arrive to Barbentane with its castle at the confluence of the Rhone and Durance rivers. You will cycle to the magnificent Abbey of Saint Michel de Frigulet and afterwards down to the medieval village of Boulbon. Overnight in Vallabrègues.

      Day 5: Vallabrègues-Arles, approx. 55 km
      This stage brings you to Saint Remy de Provence, birthplace of Nostradamus. This village is also famous for having hosted Van Gogh in the days of his mental illness. In the end you move onto the Alpilles, with Les-Baux-de-Provence, a village lodged in the rock itself. A landscape of limestone cliffs and olive trees accompanies your journey.

      Day 6: Arles - Aigues-Mortes, approx. 25 km
      Today the whole morning is dedicated to visit Arles, the ancient capital of Gaul with beautiful Roman ruins. You will also have the opportunity to be welcomed by a professional guide, who will accompany you around the jewels of the town. After lunch you reach the lock of Saint Gilles and from there you will sail to Aigues Mortes for the overnight stay.

      Day 7: round tour Aigues-Mortes, approx. 55 km
      Going through small country lanes of Camargue between canals, lagoons and small villages you will reach in the afternoon the charming fishermen’s village Le Grau-du-Roi. Possibility of a refreshing bath on the beach.

      Day 8: Aigues-Mortes
      After breakfast, end of services. Possibility to book extra nights.

      From Aigues-Mortes to Avignon

      Day 1: Aigues-Mortes
      Individual arrival and boarding after 6 p.m. in Aigues-Mortes, medieval town, ancient military and commercial port on the Mediterranean.

      Day 2: Aigues-Mortes, round tour, approx. 55 km
      Going through small country lanes of Camargue between canals, lagoons and small villages you will reach in the afternoon the charming fishermen’s village Le Grau-du-Roi. Possibility of a refreshing bath on the beach.

      Day 3: Aigues Mortes–Arles, approx. 25 km
      You will sail for a couple of hours up to Saint Gilles and then cycle to today’s destination: Arles, known for the richness of its antique and Roman patrimony. The city fascinates you with its hidden treasures. Getting lost among its small alleys will be like entering a picture by Van Gogh. In the afternoon you will also have the opportunity to be welcome by a professional guide, who will accompany you around the jewels of the town.

      Day 4: Arles–Vallabrègues, approx. 55 km
      This is a breathtaking stage, which brings you to the Alpilles, with the perched village of Les-Baux-de-Provence and then to Saint Rémy de Provence. A landscape of limestone cliffs and olive trees will accompany the trip. In the evening you will moor in Vallabrègues, pretty Provençal village on the banks of the Rhône.

      Day 5: Vallabrègues–Aramon, approx. 35 km
      Along country roads you will arrive to Barbentane with its castle at the confluence of the Rhone and Durance rivers. You will cycle to the magnificent Abbey of Saint Michel de Frigulet and afterwards down to the medieval village of Boulbon. In the afternoon navigation to Aramon for the overnight with a beautiful view over the Mont Ventoux.

      Day 6: Aramon–Avignon, approx. 40 km
      The stage today will bring you to the best preserved Roman aqueduct in Europe: Pont du Gard, a very spectacular work. Back to Aramon in the afternoon you will sail to Avignon, the city of the Popes. Your mooring place is in Quai de la Ligne next to the famous Pont St. Bénezet.

      Day 7: round tour Avignon, approx. 30 km
      Today we’ll get to the other side of the river Rhone by crossing the island Île de la Barthelasse, and we’ll ride in the typical garrigue landscape, between vineyards and orchards. Before going back we’ll visit Villeneuve Les Avignon, once known to be the town of the cardinals. In the afternoon a guided visit will let us discover the historic centre of Avignon.

      Day 8: Avignon
      After breakfast, end of services. Possibility to book extra nights.

      Important Information:

      Due to changing wind and weather conditions as well as organizational requirements we reserve the right to make changes of routing and program.

    • ARRIVAL - PARKING - DEPARTURE

      ARRIVAL BY PLANE

      Avignon
      Nearest airports: Marseille Provence (MRS)
      Nearest train station: Avignon Centre

      In Villeneuve-lés-Avignon l’Estello is docked at the pier by the Tower Philippe le Bel at the end of Rue di Vieux Mulin.

      Aigues Mortes 
      Nearest airports: Marseille Provence (MRS)
      Nearest train station: Aigues Mortes

      In Aigues Mortes l’Estello is docked by the Quai des Bateliers in Avenue du Pont de Provence. 

      Both Avignon and Aigues-Mortes are well served by these other airports: Montpellier Mediterraneìe (MPL), Nimes Garons (FNI), Lyon Saint Exupeìry (LYS), and Avignon Caumont (AVN).

      You will receive more information on location of the boats in your pre-tour documents, which you receive a few weeks before the tour, once you are booked and confirmed on it. 

      - See more at: http://www.biketours.com/France/provence-bike-boat#sthash.M3l97szd.dpuf

      In Villeneuve-lés-Avignon l’Estello is docked at the pier by the Tower Philippe le Bel at the end of Rue di Vieux Mulin.

      Aigues Mortes 
      Nearest airports: Marseille Provence (MRS)
      Nearest train station: Aigues Mortes

      In Aigues Mortes l’Estello is docked by the Quai des Bateliers in Avenue du Pont de Provence. 

      Both Avignon and Aigues-Mortes are well served by these other airports: Montpellier Mediterraneìe (MPL), Nimes Garons (FNI), Lyon Saint Exupeìry (LYS), and Avignon Caumont (AVN).

      You will receive more information on location of the boats in your pre-tour documents, which you receive a few weeks before the tour, once you are booked and confirmed on it. 

      - See more at: http://www.biketours.com/France/provence-bike-boat#sthash.M3l97szd.dpuf

      Avignon
      Nearest airports: Marseille Provence (MRS)
      Nearest train station: Avignon Centre

      In Villeneuve-lés-Avignon l’Estello is docked at the pier by the Tower Philippe le Bel at the end of Rue di Vieux Mulin.

      Aigues Mortes 
      Nearest airports: Marseille Provence (MRS)
      Nearest train station: Aigues Mortes

      In Aigues Mortes l’Estello is docked by the Quai des Bateliers in Avenue du Pont de Provence. 

      Both Avignon and Aigues-Mortes are well served by these other airports: Montpellier Mediterraneìe (MPL), Nimes Garons (FNI), Lyon Saint Exupeìry (LYS), and Avignon Caumont (AVN).

      You will receive more information on location of the boats in your pre-tour documents, which you receive a few weeks before the tour, once you are booked and confirmed on it. 

      - See more at: http://www.biketours.com/France/provence-bike-boat#sthash.M3l97szd.dpuf

      Avignon
      Airport: Marseille Provence (MRS), take the train to Avignon and via bus to the embarkation station
      Train station: Avignon Centre

      Aigues Mortes 

      Airport: Montpellier (MPL), take the train (approx. 30 km) to Aigues Mortes; the embarkation station is next to the train station.
      Train station: Aigues Mortes - walk out from the station towards the centre and you will find the barge moored on your left before crossing the bridge.

      Current train  connections and prices you will find under: www.radreisen.at/france-train


      ARRIVAL BY CAR

      Parking

      parking, approx. 10€/day, no reservation possible


      TRANSFER

      Avignon - Aigues Mortes: train Avignon - Lunel (approx. 1-1,5 hours, € 15); then via taxi Lunel - Aigues Mortes (approx. 30 minutes; € 30,-)


      PARTICIPANTS

      Maximum: 22 person


      INDIVIDUAL AND GUIDED TRIP

      This tour offers the chance to choose if pedalling alone (taking advantage of a very detailed route description) or with the whole group, following the tour leader.

      When booking the tour you need to specify which option is chosen (i.e. if guided or self guided).


      EMERGENCY VAN & TRANSFER

      A minivan is available on the area for emergencies. The same van offers alternative excursions for those customers who don’t want to cycle on some days or can organize transfers to shorten the longest stages. These extra services are not included and must be paid on site. Programs and prices are available on board.

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    • Included services:       
      • 7 nights in cabin with shower/toilet
      • full board (breakfasts, self-packed lunches, coffee & tea on board and dinners)
      • port and harbour charges
      • sheets and towels
      • multilingual tour leader/guide on bike
      • guided sightseeing tour Arles
      • emergency van in the area
      • road book, maps and information material per cabin
    • Anreisetermine / Verfügbarkeit

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      S1 06.04. - 13.04.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S1 20.04. - 27.04.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 04.05. - 11.05.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 18.05. - 25.05.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 01.06. - 08.06.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 15.06. - 22.06.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 29.06. - 06.07.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
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      S1 27.07. - 03.08.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
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      S1 24.08. - 31.08.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S3 07.09. - 14.09.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S3 21.09. - 28.09.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S3 05.10. - 12.10.19 from Aigues Mortes Fully booked
      S2 19.10. - 26.10.19 from Aigues Mortes 1 cabin available
      S1 13.04. - 20.04.19 from Avignon Fully booked
      S2 27.04. - 04.05.19 from Avignon Fully booked
      S2 11.05. - 18.05.19 from Avignon Fully booked
      S2 25.05. - 01.06.19 from Avignon Fully booked
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      S2 06.07. - 13.07.19 from Avignon Fully booked
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      S3 28.09. - 05.10.19 from Avignon Fully booked
      S3 12.10. - 19.10.19 from Avignon Fully booked

      Extras

      Bicycle & equipment
      27-speed-bike 85
      E-bike 195
      bike helmet-rental 15
         
      Additional night
      Avignon/ Aigues Mortes 2-3* (dbl/sgl) on request
         
      Extras
      Gluten free or dairy free meals 50

      Best - Price - Guarantee

      If you would verifiably receive better conditions and/or prices from another tour operator at the time of booking we guarantee at least the same conditions PLUS 1 handlebar bag for FREE!
      All prices per person in EUR
    • Welcome on board of the ESTELLO !

      The Estello is a 1937 Dutch barge who sailed over France. The boat has been refurbished to offer a high level of comfort, without compromising any of her original charm.

      Capacity   20 guests
      Lenght   39 m
      Width   5,2 m
      Draught   1,6 m
      Electricity   220 volt

       

       

       

       


      CATERING

      The cook on board is a member of the crew and prepares the breakfast, packed lunch and a warm dinner in the evening. The catering consists of full board. Catering starts with the dinner on the arrival day and ends with the breakfast on the departure day. Vegetarian catering is possible, please announce this with reservation and discuss it again with the tour guide on site.


      CABINS

      Showers and toilets are provided in each cabin. 10 cabins (one with a double bed and nine with twin beds) measuring 7-8 m2. Bed sizes: 1.90/2 m x 0.75/0.80 m. Each cabin has two portholes (one is in the bathroom), is air-conditioned and has en-suite facilities.


      LANGUAGES ON BOARD

      German, English

      Aboard our boats you’ll be joined by travelling companions from all over, as well as a Tour Leader who speaks the group’s two main languages – usually English and German. Shall we bet that you’ll go back home with a smattering of French?


      Welcome on board of the CAPRICE!

      Capacity   21 guests
      Lenght   38,5 m
      Width   5,1 m
      Draught   1,6 m
      Electricity   220 volt

       

       

       

       

       

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      CATERING

      The cook on board is a member of the crew and prepares the breakfast, packed lunch and a warm dinner in the evening. The catering consists of full board. Catering starts with the dinner on the arrival day and ends with the breakfast on the departure day. Vegetarian catering is possible, please announce this with reservation and discuss it again with the tour guide on site.


      CABINS

      11 cabins (1 single, 2 doubles, 8 twins) measuring 7-8 m2. Bed sizes: 1.90 m x 0.80 m (Singles) and 1.90 m x 1.40 m (Doubles). Each cabin has three fixed portholes (one is in the bathroom), air conditioning and en-suite facilities with shower area.

      The living area measures 12.50 x 4.10 m, is air-conditioned and it is divided into two areas:
      – the Restaurant (up to 22 seats)
      – the Lounge with an open bar

      A total of 10 windows give plenty of natural light.

      Extra features:
      – Free WiFi in the restaurant/bar area
      – Sundeck with seating accommodation and fixed awning


      LANGUAGES ON BOARD

      German, English

      Aboard our boats you’ll be joined by travelling companions from all over, as well as a Tour Leader who speaks the group’s two main languages – usually English and German. Shall we bet that you’ll go back home with a smattering of French?

    • Bicycles inclusive panniers:

      The offered bikes are citybikes with an aluminium frame and kitted with responsive brakes and gears. Plus: mudguards, trip computers, comfort gel saddles, flat-palmed grips, Schwalbe Marathon anti-puncture tyres. E-bikes are also available for this tours, while kids’ bikes and accessories are at hand for all family-friendly holidays.

      You can choose between the following bikes:

      • 27-speed-hybrid-unisex-bike
      • E-bikes unisex
      • children seat, children trailer, tagalong

      E-bikes

      By popular demand, we have now invested in a considerable number of e-bikes, much favoured by cyclists who love the Great Outdoors, but prefer to let the bike take the strain. Our research has led us to:

      Kalkhoff, Agattu model
      Motor: 36 volts, 540W/H Impulse, located centrally.
      The high-capacity battery is secured to the seat tube.
      Gears: Nexus 8-speed.
      Range: approx. 90 km (flat terrain, average speed).

      With an electro bike every bike tour is a breeze! If you had few opportunities to cycle over the last weeks or if you are not sure concerning your fitness, but also with physical disabilities, every bike ride is a treat! The shiftable, low noise electric drive of our modern E-bike relieves you of some of the work and increases the pedal force up to 3 times ... So you can now book a bike tour together with cyclists who have different fitness level. Acclivity can be handled easily.


      Private bicycles

      You are welcome to bring your own bicycle. This is adapted especially to your needs. Do not forget to bring a repair kit with all necessary tools such as: keys, reserve tube and lock. Please check your own bicycle for operability upon arrival.

    • 5,3 19.08.2019 | Arnott G. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      Fabulous Fun along the Rhone !

      Had a fabulous week with some wonderful companions and super hardworking crew on the Caprice.. Filipo and Sara made sure that the boat ran smoothly and Sara’s excellent cooking was a special treat. Helmut our tour guide was informative and patient and ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 6
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      4,4 02.07.2019 | Rob H. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      Provence 2019

      The trip was okay. being from Boston, we hoping to have a good mix of people from around the world. The boat had group from Boston (very nice people). The sister boat was another group for the Boston area. Also note we were told helmets were extra, ...
      • Overall satisfaction 3
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 4
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 4
      • Accomodation 4
      • Board 5
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 3
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,5 01.10.2018 | Susan R. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      Provence 2018

      An excellent tour with a fun group of people. Our seniors group were a little nervous of taking on a level two but with only occasional bike pushing, no ebikes, we managed. Our food, cooked by Rose was so delicious and appropriate for the region. Many ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 6
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,6 11.09.2018 | Anne S. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      REPORT ON BIKE N BOAT TRIP FROM AVIGNON TO AIGUES-MORTES FROM 9/1 THRU 9/8

      Both Josh and I were very pleased with the staff of the boat, in particular the steward. The steward, Marta, gave the travelers on the boat above and beyond what I am sure her job requirements were. She made sure everyone was happy with the food selection, ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 4
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,2 11.09.2017 | scott M. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      Rhone Carmague review on the Estello

      Overall a very good trip. Excellent bike leader (Arie). The bikes were well maintained and had a good trip computer, but they are a bit heavy and had a very limited gearing range. The routes were very easy with just one moderate climb (200 meters) ...
      • Overall satisfaction 5
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 5
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 3
      • Bicycle + equipment 3
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,2 08.06.2017 | John B. Provence - Camargue by Bike + Boat

      Provence - Camargue 2017

      Very satisfying trip. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Meals very nice.
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 4
      • Board 4
      • Luggage transport 5
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,1 25.10.2016 | carolyn P. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Beautiful trip. Loved it all

      Well organized tour Staff and food excellent Tour guid knowledgable about routes Although tour guide was abrupt at times
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 4
      • Accomodation 4
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 3
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 3
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,7 19.09.2016 | Tom W. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Bike and Barge Aigues- Mortes to Avignon Set 10 to 17

      I thouroughly enjoyed the trip. Our guide, Viro, is a gem. The tour was at an appropriate pace with lots of stops at interesting historical sites and museums. Viro made sure we were safe travelling on the few busy roads we encountered. The barge crew ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,5 15.08.2016 | Jon Engh S. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Excellent Bike and Boat

      For the third time we did bike and boat and certainly not the last. A week which the second day was like a "family reunion" as we were just 20 pax. Perfect temperature and biking routes. The Mistral wind caused us som extra challenges. Staff onboard did ...
      • Overall satisfaction 5
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 2
      • Board 6
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,2 15.08.2016 | Ted F. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Tour Leader, schedule, and WiFi

      Marco was our tour leader. He is a personable and engaging person. Our group quite liked him. He will become an excellent tour leader once he has had the opportunity to learn from a more experienced mentor. Marco would benefit from spending a week or ...
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 3
      • Board 5
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      6,0 27.07.2016 | Laura G. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Camargue by bike and boat

      We had an incredible week cycling and living aboard the barge, Soleo. The group was amiable and we quickly became a family. Our tour guide (Wiro) was outstanding and very helpful. The food on board was likewise excellent and all the crew were friendly ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,9 23.06.2016 | Susan K. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Good fun

      Well organised, excellent route with plenty of time to visit sites. Friendly guide and staff. Good food. Barge accommodation good.
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,3 20.06.2016 | Kim R. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Barge/Bike Trip Avignon to the Camargue

      The bikes provided were in excellent condition and several people used electric bikes which were also excellent. The trip provided lots of time to explore the various Provincial towns on route, perhaps a bit too much time. The leader/guide was excellent ...
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 5
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 4
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      5,5 18.08.2015 | Antoinette T. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Active and fun trip

      The whole experience was great!
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 4
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 4
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,5 22.06.2015 | Ariel M. Provence - Camargue by Bike & Boat

      Very enjoyable

      and interesting
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 4
      • Board 5
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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