Canal Cruise (Toulouse)

Cruise on the Canal de Garonne towards Toulouse

Buzet, Sérignac and its bell-tower, Agen and its famous "Agen prunes", the old wash houses of Valence-d'Agen, the 11th century cloistered abbey of Moissac, the famous mechanised water slope of Montech.

You will navigate in the direction of Toulouse, a distance of 186km, 58 automatic locks with lights, operated by a pole, easy to handle.

  • Duration of the cruise up to Montech and back: 1 week.
  • Navigation possible on the river Tarn and the Lac of St Nicolas de La Grave
  • Many towns and villages to visit, historical sites



The Canal bridge over the river Baïse is about 150 meters long and was built in 1853.


While cruising towards Toulouse, you can make a stop in Sérignac sur Garonne. Ask for a visit of its typical bell-tower of the XVI century.


The Canal bridge over the Garonne river will take you to Agen, where you can taste its famous prunes.
In some parts of the town you can still see its medieval past, for example rue des Cornières (street of vaulted arcades) with some houses dating back to the XIV century.

Valence d’Agen

Admire the old wash houses and the pigeon house.


This town is famous for its 11th century cloistered abbey, one of the first examples of romanesque architecture in the region. Possibility to cross onto the river Tarn.


Well known for its "water slope', an impressive construction which replaced 5 locks.