franziska went for a bike ride.
March 26, 2018
franziska went for a hike.
January 6, 2018
November 23, 2017
franziska planned a bike ride.
October 30, 2017
From the campsite, head south. The path from here is perfect for touring and in Condrieu you can treat yourself to a pain au chocolat at the Boulangerie Au Plaisir Des Saveurs. The landscape changes, it becomes mountainous to the right and left of the Rhone and on the slopes you can admire the vineyards… read more
After Tournon-sur-Rhône you will pass through Valence, the capital of the department of Drône. Here it is worthwhile to push a piece and to look at the historic old town. Past the Fontaine Monumentale until you reach the Esplanade du Champ de Mars, from where you have a beautiful view of the surroundings… read more
After the efforts of the last days, this is again a smaller tour with the beautiful destination Arles. In the morning, it's worth making a round in Avignon and watching the hustle and bustle around the Papal Palace. Out of the city, the landscape is really flat now; Past fields, vines and wineries. The… read more
After six long days, the last stage is more like a short drive. Especially in summer it is worth spending a few hours on the beach. A bit out of town, there is enough open space in the sand even in midsummer. The tour then leads directly along the Mediterranean coast to Montpellier. The view over the… read more
The route today takes you right through the Camargue nature reserve, past rice and salt fields and flamingos. The destination is the Mediterranean. In the morning you can take a nice walk through the very arty center of Arles, where Vincent van Gogh lived. The route now leads back to the stretch of ViaRh… read more
This is a long stage at which the former Pope seat of Avignon awaits you. First you head south and leave Viviers behind. The route takes you past the spectacular cliffs of the Defilé de Donzères and the Pont de Robinet. This place is considered a true gateway to Provence. From here, the cliffs drop off… read more
Lyon is easy to reach from Paris or Basel and is perfect for starting the tour towards the Mediterranean. Before you go, you can take another spin around the old town, visit the Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière and ask the tourist information office on Place Bellecour for details on the ViaRhôna sections… read more