Maps of France
Supplement to
Map of all navigable waterways of France.  In July 2011, we cruised in the South.  See map below...
In the south of France, the Canal de Garonne and the Canal du Midi form a continuous waterway from the Atlantic to
the Mediterranean Sea - sometimes referred to as the
Canal de deux Mers.  Our July cruise aboard the Amarok/Accord
started in Moissac about 40 miles north-west of Toulouse.  It is marked on the map above with yellow dots.  Our
September/October cruise began in Agen, and ended in Moissac - with round trips to Toulouse and Montauban. It is
marked above with pink dots.                           
(Click on the map to see a larger version.)
In July, we cruised west on the Canal de Garonne as far as Buzet-sur-Baïse, then dropped down into the Baïse river and
headed south to the limit of navigation at Valence-sur-Baïse.  When we returned to Buzet, we headed west for a couple
of days, getting as far
Le Mas d'Agenais before turning around and heading back to our starting point in Moissac
On our September/October 2011 cruise, we took over the boat from the previous partners in Agen, went west along
the Canal de Garonne as far as Valence d'Agen, then headed east back through Moissac and southeast to Toulouse.  
We ventured east of Toulouse about 15 km on the Canal du Midi, then turned around and retraced our route to
Moissac - with a side-trip on the Canal de Montech as far as Montauban on the river Tarn.
Links to our JULY 2011 cruise pages...
Links to our Sept/Oct 2011 cruise pages...