At the junction with the Garonne canal and the Lot and Baîse rivers.
From Buzet sur Baîse: Land of King Henry IV and d'Artagnan musketeers, a large circuit combing the serenity of the Deux Mers canal and the wild charms of the river Baîse, the beauty of the Lot ( douwnstream portion) and the splendour of the Garonne will lead you to regional curiosities such as artistic glassmaking in Vianne, Nérac castle, Floran abbey, cloisters of Moissac, Condom catherdral, the canal bridge at Agen, Montech water lift and the Bastille of Villeneuve sur Lot.
From Toulouse: Cruise along the peaceful, tree-lined canal with picturesque automatic locks and pretty villages. Take some time to stroll or cycle along the towpath to explore the villages. Cross the beautiful Agen Aqueduct, visit Moissac and its renowned cloister, discover the amazing water slope of Montech and arrive by the Canal du Midi which crosses the center of Toulouse.
The rich and varied wilds of the Lot:
From Bouziès: At the foot of it's magnificent chalk cliffs, Bouziès is a charming village from where to begin your great adventure; Aboard your boat, let yourself imagine the history of the river, winding it's way along the sinuous curves of the Lot through it's sumptious and wild valley. You must not miss the Middle Ages village of Saint Cirq-Lapopie, numerous grottes and pre-historic vestiges ( Pech Merle, 30000 years of history), the narrow streets of Cahors, the village of Quercy...
One week return cruises
- Buzet sur Baise- Valence sur Baîse and return: 112km, 40 locks, 28 hours cruising
- Buzet sur Baise - Montech and return; 184km, 58 locks, 38 hours cruising
Two week return cruise
- Buzet sur Baise, Penne d'Agenais, Montechs and return; 344km; 74 locks