Between agriculture, tradition and heritage

Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route

Presentation

Discover the local heritage of Terre de Provence through a
picturesque walk. This circuit will make you discover the natural and historical
historical treasures of the territory.
Let's go for a picturesque walk that will make you forget all the worries of everyday life. Enjoy a little sporty session in the fresh air while admiring the natural and historical wealth of the area. This 21 or 23 kilometer loop follows the fields and crosses three village communities of Provence: Châteaurenard, Eyragues and Maillane. It is the ideal itinerary to discover Provence by bike with ease. Take a break when passing in front of the Frédéric Mistral Museum in Maillane, the Poets' Park, or the Notre Dame Chapel.

1 - When you leave the Tourist Office, turn right on the "Cours Carnot".
2 - At the intersection of "Avenue Léo Lagrange" go straight ahead and at the crow's feet turn right onto "Avenue Marx Dormoy".
3 - At the traffic circle two possibilities: Itinerary by the "Forteresse des Comtes de Provence": turn right at the traffic circle onto "Avenue du Docteur Cavaillé".
4 - At the traffic circle turn left to Boulevard Joliot-Curie, then turn right on the bicycle lane to the next traffic circle. Follow the direction of Eyragues.
Itinerary through the Roquette valley: turn left on "Avenue Denis Pauleau".

4b - At the traffic circle, continue straight ahead towards the swimming pool.
5b - Pass in front of the college, at the stadium, turn left, along the swimming pool.
6b - At the crossroads, (camping on the right) go straight on " Avenue Maréchal Juin ". Then take the "Chemin de la Croix du Vigneron" for 2 km.
7b - At the big roundabout on Boulevard Joliot-Curie, take the last exit towards Noves. Take the n°5 exit.

5 - Continue on the bike lane until the next traffic circle and take the 3rd exit onto the D76a.
6 - Turn right at the first intersection onto the "Chemin de l'Arenier" and continue straight ahead.
7 - Cross the D75A and continue straight for 3 km.
8 - At the crossroads turn right, " Chemin des Esglaia ".
9 - Turn left " Chemin des Prés ". After the small bridge, turn right towards the center of Eyragues.
10 - At the water wheel, turn left. You arrive in the city center.
11 - Continue straight ahead. You will pass the Town Hall and the Tourist Information Office.
12 - Follow the indication Saint-Rémy by the D29, pass the Parc des Poètes on your right.
13 - At the roundabout, take the third exit, direction Saint-Rémy. Continue on the colored shoulder.
14 - After 300m, take the first road on your right, " Chemin de Notre Dame ", pass the Chapel.
15 - At the stop sign, turn right onto the D5F then turn right onto the " Petite Route de Maillane ". Continue straight on the " Chemin des Grenouillet " for 4 km.
16 - At the crossroads, continue straight ahead until the entrance of Maillane.
17 - Cross the D5 towards the city center.
18 - Turn right, pass in front of the Fréderic Mistral museum, the BIT.
19 - Go straight ahead to pass through the heart of the city center. At the crossroads, continue straight ahead, " Allée Jouse d'Arbaud ".
20 - At the statue of Christ, turn right.
21 - Cross the D5 " Routo di Plano " and continue straight on the D75 for 1,5 km.
22 - At the crossroads of the D29, continue straight on " Chemin des Tilleuls " for 4 km.
23 - Be careful! You will come to a crossing of the D34 at an angle. Continue on the " Chemin des Tilleuls " for 1 km.
24 - At the end of the road, turn right to join the cycle track. Join the roundabout by the cycle track and continue straight ahead to join the city center.
25 - At the roundabout, follow the direction of the parking downtown. You will reach the " Cours Carnot ", by continuing on the right on " Avenue Victor Hugo ".
Accessible for disabled
Practical information
  • Route :
    • Signposted route
    • Distance (km) : 21
    • Daily duration (minutes) : 150
  • Parking :
    • Parking nearby
  • Natures field :
    • Hard coating (tar, cement, flooring)
Contact
13160
Châteaurenard

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