DU LARZAC A LA MEDITERRANEE A VTT SUR LA GTMC: LE CAYLAR - DIO

DU LARZAC A LA MEDITERRANEE A VTT SUR LA GTMC: LE CAYLAR - DIO

The first stretch of this Great Larzac-Mediterranean Crossing, this route starts with the typical mineral aspect of the Larzac to finish with that so special colour of argillite, a rock typical of the Lodévois region and of the famous Lake Salagou. From the village of Caylar below the medieval castle of Dio, discovery and the pleasure of riding will accompany each turn of the wheel. The escape begins thus ...

Address

Rue du Quai
34520 LE CAYLAR

GPS coordinates : 43.8640235 / 3.31818393

Means of communication

Difficulty

Medium

Distance

48 km

Duration

06h00

Height difference

1300 m

Municipality of departure

LE CAYLAR

Municipality of arrival

DIO-ET-VALQUIERES

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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