Ref: 1754    1 place for a male to share and 1 for a couple or a single male or female    
   France, Cathare Castles
Friday 22nd September 2017 to Sunday 1st October 2017  :  10 days
Leisurely tour in and around the Corbieres, the western Mediterranean hinterland, in late summer. Opportunity to explore Carcassonne's fortified city and many spectacular ruined chateaux including Queribus and Peyrepertuse. The route includes rolling vineyards and superb limestone gorges.

One night amongst the Minervois vineyards at harvest time, two nights at the foot of the cite of Carcassonne, three nights at the Château des Ducs de Joyeuse in Couiza and one night amongst the Corbieres vinyards.

The tour leader is Sheila Simpson  (click on name for contact details)
More info & docs for download, below


Style of tour: Moving-on, Rest Days
Experience/activity level: Moderate 
Duration: 10 days
Travel: Coach
Accommodation: Hotel        Some meals
Support: Carry own luggage
Price: £1095

To learn more about this holiday,
view the Prospectus and Leader's Information Sheet using the download link below.

 Prospectus / Leader's Info 320KB 
If you are interested in booking for this holiday, download the Booking Pack, in either Acrobat or Word format:
 Booking Pack  [pdf]  287KB 
 Booking Pack  [doc] 286KB 
Complete and sign the forms then send them,
with your deposit, directly to the leader
(address will be found on the Booking Form).
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The Booking Pack is also available in MS Word format in case you would like to complete the forms in the pack on a computer.

Further information:
Foreign Office   Advice on overseas travel
Dept. of Health   Health advice for travellers.
CTC Cyclecover Travel Insurance   Cover and premiums.

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