Robion, Maubec, Oppede, Menerbes, Beaumettes, Goult, Lacoste, Bonnieux, Apt, Gargas, Saignon, Caseneuve, Saint-Martin-De-Castillon, Castellet

EV8 : Mediterranean by bike

Route

Round trip

Difficulty

Very easy

Duration

180h

Distance

0km

Positive elevation

337 meters

Negative elevation

136 meters

Altitude

Min. 93 meters

Max. 300 meters

  • circuit
  • variante
  • voie verte
  • liaison

Departure

Robion - Avenue de la Gare

Arrival

St Martin de Castillon - Le Paraire

Parking

St Martin de Castillon - Le Paraire

Elevation

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Dépliant Véloroute Voie Verte du Calavon

GPX track

The tourist service at Robion :

The 'Véloroute du Calavon' (Calavon Greenway) is a designated cycle path, 37 km long, between Coustellet, in the west, to "la Paraire" in the town of Saint Martin de Castillon in the east.
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In a few years, this itinerary will end up crossing the entire Calavon river valley, starting in Cavaillon and joining Vaucluse to Bouches-du-Rhône and Alpes de Haute Provence departments.
This circuit is included in 'Eurovéloroure no. 8, the Mediterranean by bike' which will eventually join Greece (Athens) to Spain (Tarifa).

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road access

A7 - D2 heading in the direction of Cavaillon, then D900 (exN100) towards Apt. A51 – Pertuis, Manosque or la Brillanne, then D4100.

public transport

By bus :Line 15.1 Avignon TGV - Apt / Bike transport possible (max 6 bikes) Line 15 : Avignon TGV - Cavaillon - Apt Line 18 : Cavaillon - Bonnieux - Apt Line 17 : Cavaillon -Gordes-Roussilon - Apt Line 17 : Marseille - Aix-en-Provence - Cavaillon - Carpentras Line 22 : Avignon TGV - Cavaillon - Apt - Forcalquier - La Brillanne - DigneLine 25 : Marseille - Aix-en-Provence - Manosque - Forcalquier

recommended parking (s)

Robion - Avenue de la Gare

In short

  • A pleasant and safe course along the Calavon
  • Greenway route (except for village crossings)
  • Passage on the Julien Bridge, ancient Roman aqueduct
  • Beautiful views of the Luberon Massif and its hilltop villages

The route uses roads open to all motor vehicles, but with low traffic. Respect the highway code.

Contact

Vélo Loisir Provence
E-Mail : info@veloloisirprovence.com
Website : https://www.veloloisirprovence.com