This circuit in the heart of the Lèze hillsides with a Provence feel will delight lovers of small villages, rivers, lakes and viewpoints! Perched on its rocky promontory, the medieval bastide of Carla-Bayle is renowned for its artists' residence.


Arize - Lèze

The Arize-Lèze destination, halfway between Toulouse and the Pyrenees, on the slopes overlooking the valley, was born, there are [...]

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1 - Stage 1 - Departure from Lézat-sur-Lèze

From Lézat-sur-Lèze in front of the town hall, take rue Jacques Dupont and rue Saint Jean. You will turn left then immediately right on Chemin de Ferrus et Monicart. After a few meters, turn left into the rue des fleurs and then turn right onto the D19B. Continue on the D19B then on the D73D to join the D25E towards Massabrac/Saint-Suzanne. At the intersection, turn left on the D19A, you will pass near Sieuras and continue on the D26 to Le Carla Bayle.

2 - Stage 2 - Crossing the Carla-Bayle

You are here in the city of the arts of Carla Bayle, a colorful village, surrounded by ramparts, from which you can admire a superb view of the hillsides and of the Carla-Bayle lake. While strolling in the small alleys, one meets artists more astonishing the ones than the others. Then continue in the direction of Le Fossat.

3 - Stage 3 - Crossing Le Fossat

Cross the village and continue on the D14 to then join the D626A towards Villeneuve-du-Latou. At the intersection before Saint-Ybars, take the small road just opposite to reach Lézat-sur-Lèze.

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