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Voie Verte Sarlat

We thought we’d try this route from the Huttopia Sarlat campsite which is the other side of town! A... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
rachelfuller73
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London, United Kingdom
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A must when visiting Sarlat

This is a lovely cycling or walking route which goes from the outskirts of Sarlat up to Souillac... read more

Reviewed October 19, 2017
Winehippie75
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Sarlat-la-Caneda, France
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We thought we’d try this route from the Huttopia Sarlat campsite which is the other side of town! A rather precarious trip through the one way system in town with a 7 year old on her own bike and a 5 year old on a...More

Thank rachelfuller73
Reviewed October 19, 2017

This is a lovely cycling or walking route which goes from the outskirts of Sarlat up to Souillac, passing through a couple of lovely little villages and bordering the river. Busy in summer!

Thank Winehippie75
Reviewed May 21, 2017 via mobile

We spent a beautiful day riding the Voie Verte from Sarlat to Souillac and back. I went with my friend and although we are fit we are old enough to be retired:) We hired electric assisted bikes from Liberty Cycles and they were fantastic! We...More

3  Thank Barbara S
Reviewed January 8, 2017

About 30 kilometres of walking with small villages in-between. slightly uphill returning. A 5 minute drive or a 15minute walk to the start from central Sarlat. Recommend.

1  Thank JosephineM932
Reviewed November 14, 2016

In our 5 days biking in the area we ended up on this paved trail 3 times. The part Sarlat south to Carsac and the Dordogne is slightly downhill and well marked. The part east from Carsac needs attentive watching to stay on the trail...More

2  Thank harry w
Reviewed November 2, 2016

Whether you have children or want an easy cycle without having to worry about traffic, this is an ideal way of getting on your bike.The converted train embankment means that the surface is tarmacked and even and there is very little by way of hills...More

Thank Goomsu
Reviewed October 3, 2016 via mobile

You could visit the area and not realise that just off the roads and behind hedges and fields there is a well-kept, off-road, level cycleway, the reincarnation of a disused railway line just waiting to be discovered. 23km from Sarlat to Cazoules, near Souillac. Lots...More

Thank PDC1604
Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

This is a former railway line which has been converted in to a cycle route. The start point is near the Leclerec supermarket in Sarlat and there are places to park the car for free close by. You can hire bikes at the start point...More

1  Thank Sallycinnamon1974
Reviewed August 16, 2016 via mobile

We took bikes from home and cycled into sarlat from our campsite, which stated on Google 4.8km but in actual fact more like 10km. After one false start loosing my pedal (nothing to do with the route, I would hasten to add!) We set off...More

Thank drkimw
Reviewed August 15, 2016

Had a walk along a bit two years ago and this year we brought our scooters (yes two adults with two children all on scooters). Smooth tarmac along the Dordogne valley. We did two sections, one at Grolejac which crosses the river, the other at...More

1  Thank NHDG
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