Take a walk along the green route

The route of the Voie Verte cycle route is designed to follow the course of the river through the heart of the Vézère valley. Most of the route will use existing rural roads, but it will also use former towpaths. These paths, almost invisible until now, accompanied the river which was a major communication route for the valley at the time.

By summer 2024, this cycle route will link four villages on a single 22-kilometre route Les Eyzies, Le Bugue, Limeuil and Saint-Chamassy.

Is the green route accessible to all?

Accessible to pedestrians and cyclists, from this summer it will unveil various sections of cycle routes combining a secure greenway and a cycle route.

What route can I take?

The section of greenway between les Eyzies and le BugueThis is a 14km route.
For fans of the unshared greenway, 2 routes are accessible on this section (4.5km between the town of Les Eyzies and the road to St Cirq and 4.8km between the car park of the town hall of Le Bugue and the bridge at Campagne), ideal for routes in family

A second section of Limeuil à St-Chamassy is a 5.5km route.
The section of greenway runs between the Château de la Vitrolle upstream from the commune of Limeuil and St-Chamassy, further south, on the Dordogne river side. The 4.5km flat route is accessible to all. On this section, 2.3 km are on non-shared paths, from the car park at the Limeuil stadium to the Domaine de la Vitrolle, ideal for courses in family.

Where can I find the routes?

Find out more about the routes on the dedicated pages:

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