An 11-day journey from the Atlantic Ocean through the southwest of France to the Cevennes, the Ardèche, the Auvergne, Savoy and the Jura. With flight and motorcycle transport to Bordeaux.
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€2,690.00 $2,992.51 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||€2,490.00 $2,770.02 ?|
|pro Einzelzimmer (Zuschlag)||€400.00 $444.98 ?|
|Escort bus for luggage and for people who want to travel without a motorcycle|
|10 x overnight stay/half board in good, typical hotels|
|Guided tours on all stages and day tours, in manageable groups|
|Flight to Bordeaux from Frankfurt (other airports on request)|
|Transport of the motorcycles and large luggage (motorcycle clothing) from Vaihingen/Enz to Bordeaux|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|Drinks and meals on the road|
|Drinks in the hotel|
|Admission for sightseeing, tolls, ferry passages|
|Minimum number of participants 8 persons|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Get to know France away from the crowded Mediterranean beaches, visit historical sites, experience the huge variety of landscapes on wonderful motorcycle routes and enjoy the regional cuisine in its places of origin in the evening.
Near Bordeaux, we go on a day trip to the premium wine region Médoc and the dunes of Pilat on the Atlantic Ocean. Our next destination Albi, situated on the Tarn, forms a fabulous architectural ensemble with its fortified brick cathedral and its former episcopal palace. On a day trip we visit the world famous Cité of Carcassonne. With its three kilometres of defensive walls and 52 towers, Carcassonne Castle on the right bank of the Aude is the largest fortified city in Europe! Through the Cévennes we reach the Ardèche region, where we start from Vallon-Pont-d'Arc on a day trip to explore the 30 km long Ardèche Gorge and the wild mountain roads all around. We continue through the Massif Central to Mont-Dore, the centre of the Auvergne with its puys, those green volcanic cones we visit on a day trip. We then cross the Rhône valley eastwards to Annecy, the magnificent old residential town situated on Lac d'Annecy. France's highest mountain, the Mont Blanc, is the destination of our day trip to the Alps. Then it's off to the French Jura, from the shores of Lake Geneva up to Villers-le-Lac to the stage hotel and the next morning along the Doubs through the Jura into Alsace for the final dinner in Lauterbourg.
1st day flight to Bordeaux
2nd day ride to Albi (300 km, riding time 5 hours)
3rd day trip to Carcassonne (200 km)
4th day Through the Cevennes to Vallon Pont d'Arc on the Ardèche (270 km, 5 hours)
5th day round trip through the mountains of the Ardèche (200 km, 4.5 hours)
6th day Through the Massif Central to Mont-Dore in the Auvergne (280 km, 4.5 hours)
7th day Round trip through the Auvergne to the Puy de Dome (200 km, 4.5 hours)
8th day Ride to Annecy (380 km, 5 hours)
9th day round trip through the french countryside Alps to Mont Blanc (250 km, 4.5 hours)
10th day Through the French and Swiss Jura to Villers-la-Lac (250 km, 4 hours)
11th day Through the eastern Jura, the Vosges and Alsace (320 km) to Lauterbourg for the final dinner. Afterwards individual journey home.