How to get here

VéloRoo is based in the Hérault Region of the Languedoc Roussillon area in the South of France.

There are many “helpful” travel booking sites out there but beware , 3rd party sites may only be showing you seats that “they” have available for sale and not actually showing all the available options.

We are more than happy for you to email us with questions about what train is best to book.

We recommend using Rome2Rio to get you an overall plan of your travels.

But for the train travel in France it is best to use the SNCF website (and let us know your plans!)

Coming from the UK or Europe?

It has never been easier for our UK and European guests to spend a few days in this fabulous region with very affordable direct flights from multiple English and European centres to Beziers. All you have to bring is your cycling kit, shoes and pedals. We even supply you with a helmet and saddle bag so more space in your cabin bag for you to take advantage of those cheap flights!

Direct flights into Beziers available from

Bristol, England
Manchester, England
London Luton, England
Edinburgh, Scotland
Bremen, Germany
Oslo Rygge, Norway
Stockholm Skavsta, Sweden
Dusseldorf Weeze, Germany/Netherlands
Paris Beauvais, France
Coming from outside Europe?

Closest train station

Beziers train station (Gare de Beziers) Connecting easily from Barcelona, Toulouse, Nice or Paris.

To find train times and prices (tickets are generally not available until 3 months prior to travel) SNCF

And iDTGV for trains to and from Paris with tickets sometimes available from 6 months prior.

Please get in touch if you would like some help searching for your train or flight times.

Closest airport

Beziers International Airport

Live. Laugh. Ride.

A word from our clients

Don’t take our word for it - discover why our cycling adventurists have fallen in love with the Occitanie Region of Southern France and the VeloRoo way.

An escape on the bike within the escape of a family holiday - bliss. Had a lovely day out with the amicable Steve who knows both the beautiful terrain and (somehow) the ability of his riders. Heartily recommend it if you are in the area on holiday and want a little time on the road or even if you want to plan a holiday around it. Next time!Took Guided Day Rides in France in Aug 2017
Riding with Steve as a tour guide made the difference. As a group of three MAMIL's, we booked two days of riding with Steve ... Having Steve as a tour guide significantly improved the whole experience from the distance covered, the speed, the hills, the countryside, the views and, of course, the cafes and restaurants!
Steve is a top bloke for both having a laugh and learning from so in conclusion; lots of exercise, lots of fun and a quality bike ..... hassle free and worth every penny.Took Guided Day Rides in France in May 2017