DU LARZAC A LA MEDITERRANEE A VTT SUR LA GTMC: ITINERAIRE COMPLET

DU LARZAC A LA MEDITERRANEE A VTT SUR LA GTMC: ITINERAIRE COMPLET

The Great Larzac-Mediterranean crossing, signposted in the North-South direction, starts in the village of Caylar and its limestone plateau and goes as far as the Greek town of Agde. The dolomite pinnacles of the Causse du Larzac give way to forest in the Monts d’Orb mountains, to plunge down into the major Salagou site. The red earth then creates a supernatural landscape, a true “mineral shock”. You then must climb the Ramasse limestone massif with its splendid view of the horizon. You then skirt the old copper and barite mines and head toward Pézenas, going through wine growing villages lined with dry-stone huts or “capitelles”. Crossing the river Herault, some beautiful paths take you to the Domitian Way, this old Roman route linking the Alps with the Pyrenees. Finally, roads and paths lined with vines take you to the Canal du Midi to finally arrive in Agde, from where you can reach the Mediterranean via a 4-kilometre cycle track.

Address

Place Francis Laborde
12100 MILLAU

GPS coordinates : 44.1023162 / 3.07467086

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Difficulty

Difficult

Distance

250 km

Height difference

3900 m

Municipality of departure

MILLAU

Municipality of arrival

AGDE

Office de Tourisme LODEVOIS ET LARZAC

7, Place du Rialto
34700 LODEVE

+33(0)4 67 88 86 44

+33(0)7 78 95 03 05

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