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La Scandibérique en Lot-et-Garonne to Vianne

51.9 km(s) 4h Difficulty : Average

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Eurovélo3, the Pilgrims’ Cycle Route retraces the famous route of Santiago de Compostela from Norway to Spain. A journey of over 5,000 km through seven countries. The French section is called La Scandibérique. It is currently the longest cycle route in France. It winds its way through Paris and the Île-de-France region, the Loire Valley, Bordeaux and Lot-et-Garonne on the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo. At Feugarolles, you’ll leave the voie verte and head off towards the Landes forest along the bucolic back roads of the Albret region. From the bastide town of Vianne to the charming village of Sos, via Mézin, gateway to Armagnac country, and Poudenas and its Tuscan-style château, there’s no doubt that everywhere in the Lot-et-Garonne you’ll find an excuse to try the flavours of Armagnac, Buzet wines or foie gras.