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Campsites near mountain bike routes in France

Dordogne

A magnificent, green area popular for a number of reasons, such as medieval towns and culinary delights.  We can also add the 2000 kilometre of mountain bike routes to the attraction. The routes are well-marked and signs also show the level of difficulty.

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Auvergne / Aveyron

Roads, paths, mountain roads, avenues: The various landscapes of the Auvergne are perfect for mountain bikers. There are numerous marked routes featured in guides for you to explore the area in your own way. The Auvergne and Aveyron guarantee about 400 kilometres of marked routes, all of which have mountain bike tracks.

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Provence

This region is known as an area for culture and for nature lovers but it is also suitable for an active holiday. This area even received a quality mark from the 'Fédération Française de Cyclisme', which means that you can mountain bike safely in beautiful countryside. It's the third largest mountain biking area in France.

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Jura

The Jura is a top destination for mountain bike lovers. From the Loue valley, through the hills of la Petite Montagne or the plateau of Grandvaux, until the ridges of Haut-Jura – this is where you'll find more than 100 tracks catering for mountain bikers. There are tracks suitable for both beginners and advanced riders.

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Languedoc-Roussillon

A region with great diversity: from hills with vineyards to snowy peaks and from meandering rivers to elongated beaches. The landscape varies from almost flat to downright mountainous, something to keep in mind when planning your cycling holiday.

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