Step Back in Time

Step back in time in the Périgord. Rocky escarpments studded with dwellings from another era, the rock paintings in the Lascaux Grotto, “the Sistine Chapel of wall art,” medieval walled towns . . . The Périgord region bears the unmistakable imprint of its historic past! As the wheels of your bicycle propel you forward, early Europeans will seem increasingly less remote. From time immemorial to the present day, the Périgord has stored up many treasures. And if you dig a little deeper, you will turn up other delights, such as the famous wines and foie gras of Cahors, not to mention the picturesque banks of the Dordogne. The Périgord—the perfect setting for a timeless trip through human history!

Available in customized package only
Trip length: 15 days / 14 nights
Level of difficulty: 4+
Customized Trips
Prefer to travel with your own group - family, friends or colleagues? Want to carry out a project, discover a destination, take up an athletic challenge or collect funds for a cause you hold dear? The obvious choice is the Customized Formula.

Tell us about your project in terms of preferred dates and desired destination, whether for a day, a week or two weeks. We will help you realize your dream of getting away in good company.

Contact our consultants now!

1 800 567-8356 • 514-521-8356

EN LIBERTÉ Formula also available

General Conditions

Options for serving you better
Delayed departure or return, single occupancy, travel insurance, bike rental (for several destinations) and much more: ask our consultants!

From day to day

Short route: 386 km • Long route: 839 km

Day 1 - Arrival in Toulouse and transfer to Cahors (1.5 hr).
Day 2 - Free day or looped route via Mercuès, Castelfranc, Luzech, Pradines, Prayssac, Puy-L’Évêque, Grézels, Sauzet  (13 to 88 km).
Day 3 - Cahors, St-Cirq-Lapopie, Cénevières, Cajarc, Faycelles, Figeac (77 km).
Day 4 - Figeac, Assier, Reilhac, Carlucet, Couzou, Rocamadour. Boucle via Cardaillac, Lacapelle-Marival, Thémines  (61 or 80 km).
Day 5 - Rocamadour, Lacave, Meyronne, Saint-Sozy, Souillac. Boucle via Gouffre de Padirac, Carennac, Creysse, Autoire, Pauliac (27 to 66 km).
Day 6 - Souillac, Le Roc, Ste-Mondane, Veyrignac, Vitrac, Sarlat-la-Canéda. Boucle via Domme, St-Cybranet, Beynac-et-Cazenac  (41 to 64 km).
Day 7 - Free day or looped route via via Sergeac, Montignac, La Chapelle-Aubareil (66 km).
Day 8 - Sarlat-la-Canéda, La Roque-Gageac, Castelnaud-La-Chapelle, Berbiguières, Saint-Cyprien, Meyrals, Les Eyzies. Boucle via Campagne (46 or 57 km).
Day 9 - Free day or looped route via Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, Montignac, Lascaux, Sergeac, Galinat, Tamniès (54 or 61 km).
Day 10 - Les Eyzies, Le Bugue, Limeuil, Trémolat, Lalinde, Lanquais,  Bergerac. Boucle via Faux, St-Aubin de Lanquais, Monbazillac (64 or 71 km).
Day 11 - Bergerac, La Force, Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, Flaujagues, Castillon-la-Bataille, Saint-Émilion (70 km).
Day 12 - Free day or looped route via Pomerol, Montagne, Villefranche-de-Lonchat, Montpeyroux, Saint-Michel-de-Montaigne, Belvès (66 km).
Day 13 - Free day or looped route via Branne, Naujan-et-Postiac, Rauzan, Mérignas, St-Jean-de Blaignac, Sainte-Terre. Looped route via Ruch, Gensac, Pujols (52 ou 73 km).
Day 14 - Transfer from Saint-Émilion to Toulouse (3 hrs) and free afternoon.
Day 15 - Transfer to Toulouse airport and flight back to Montréal.

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Vélo Québec Voyages est une agence de voyages accréditée, fondée en 1995. Elle propose 70 destinations à vélo au Québec et à travers le monde, et fait voyager quelque 6000 vacanciers chaque année.