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Cycle Paths and Routes

Véloroute de la Vallée du Tarn (Tarn Valley Cycle Path)

The véloroute connects Saint-Sulpice-sur-Tarn and Albi and is well signposted. The route is 63 km long in total and winds its way through the picturesque villages and towns of the Tarn valley. These include Saint-Sulpice, Rabastens-Couffouleux, Lisle-sur-Tarn, Gaillac, Tessonnières, Marssac-sur-Tarn, Albi-Ville and Albi-Madeleine. All these towns are serviced by the train – a useful fallback if you decide to take it easy or want to spend longer exploring!

Another great resource for planning your trip is the website of the International Federal Week of Cycle Tourism. In 2015 the event was held in Albi and attended by more than 15,000 cyclists from all over Europe. The website is active still and provides route maps and useful information about cycling in the Tarn.

A map of Tarn Valley cycle path:

A map showing the cycle path between Albi and Saint Sulpice in the Tarn, France.

Albi Tarn

Blooming sunflower in the Tarn

Cycling Castelnau de Montmiral Tarn

Pretty ally in Lisle sur Tarn

Rose brick cathedral in Albi

Submerged castle

Castelnau-de-Montmiral

Albi riverside

Gardens Lautrec Albi

The River Tarn

Place de Paul Saissac

Tarn lakeside

Albi Ville

Dusk in the Tarn

Tarn colours

Tarn verdure

A field of sunflowers

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