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VIARHÔNA Bike Tour
The ViaRhôna Bike Tour, above all a joyful collective adventure !
The ViaRhôna's own signage, often present, not always...
The exclusive cycle lanes are the majority on the ViaRhôna, and often cross the fields.
Most often, the cycle path winds along the Rhône, as here near Belley.
Many old stone bridges connecting the banks of the river line the route on the ViaRhôna.
All along the ViaRhôna : castles, churches, convents,... Witnesses of ancient history, most often finely restored, they embellish and ennoble the regions crossed.
The ViaRhôna Bike Tour can also be a family adventure...
Lyon, the St-Georges church, the Saône quays, the hill and the basilica of Fourvière,... To discover during a nice city bike tour !
Vienne is no less interesting to visit by bike, with its alleys, its lively markets, its churches, its theater and its temple from the Gallo-Roman period.
Marc Séguin bridge connects Tournon-sur-Rhône in Ardèche and Tain-l’Hermitage in Drôme, both famous for their vineyards.
Between Vienne and Avignon, the Rhône winds between hills, vineyards, small medieval towns,... What a beautiful route !
Between Viviers and Bourg-Saint-Andéol, vineyards are protected from the risks of Rhone flooding by a concrete dike.
One of many old villages crossed all along the ViaRhôna
Narrow and cobbled streets, nicely restored stone houses, ... typical of the small towns we pass through.
The Rhône is fundamental for the transport of goods.
Cruas nuclear plant
Along the ViaRhôna, some bridges are exclusive for pedestrians... and bikers !
The superb lavender fields in Provence, with the last snows on the summits of the southern Alps.
Our route on the ViaRhôna really goes through the middle of the vineyards, with a tasting in the cellar from time to time...
On the banks of the Rhône in Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts, like a seaside...
The Palace of the Popes in Avignon
Tarascon castle and church