Canal Du Midi
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The Ultimate Guide
Part Number: INL0242
Imprint: Adlard Coles
This is a must-have compact travel guide to the Canal du Midi, a picturesque waterway in Southern France, popular for boating trips and holidays.
The Canal du Midi is recognised as one of the most beautiful and popular waterways in Europe. It is an UNESCO world heritage site and attracts many visitors every year. It's widely regarded as the perfect boating region for wine tasting, sightseeing at medieval villages and cities, and visiting cafes and restaurants.
This up-to-date, comprehensive travel guide covers all the practical information and sightseeing opportunities boaters need to know about during their holiday on the canal, including:
- Highlights and itinerary for Canal du Midi trips for easy planning
- Insider travel tips for your boating holiday: where to stop off, sightseeing highlights, recommended restaurants to visit along the way
- Essential practical nautical information such as how and where to charter, locks, bridges and berths and so on
- Concise English-French dictionary with the most important vocab
- Fantastic photography and useful route maps
Table of contents
The Canal du Midi
Stage 1: Étang de Thau
Stage 2: Entry onto the Canal on to to Port Cassafières
Stage 3: Port Cassafières to Béziers
Stage 4: Béziers to Argeliers
Stage 5: Argelier to Homps
Stage 6: Homps to Puichéric
Stage 7: Puichéric to Carcassonne
Stages 8 and 9: Carcassonne to Castelnaudary via Bram
Stage 10: Castelnaudary to Gardouch
Stage 11: Arriving in Toulouse
Travel Tips from A to Z
A handy-sized, up-to-date guidebook covers all the practical information and sightseeing opportunities that boaters – whether first-timers or experienced – need to know during their holiday on the Canal du Midi.
– Michael Howorth, thehoworths.com
Packs a great deal into a handy pocket-sized book... Not only are there maps...and descriptions for boaters of each section of the route...there's plenty of information about the tourist sights and interesting features of all the towns and villages on the route. One useful feature for those wanting to stop off and explore is the walking guides plotting a route around the main historic towns such as Carcassonne and Toulouse.
– Canal Boat