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If you use a satnav here are the co-ords GPS:   Lat: 45:34:51N  Lon: 1:46:22E     Garmin waypoint = N45.5807 E1.7728 - Please ensure you have the correct format set on your satnav before entering these co-ords.

 

Here also is a link to where you can download the most direct route to Ridersrest from all the ferry ports. The file is a Zip'd file containing a single GpX format file with all the routes http://ridersrest.eu/Documents/ferryroutes.zip 

 

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 By Road: From the A20 from Limoges

  Direction/Name
1

Leave the A20 at Junction 43

2

Turn LEFT at the end of the slip Road

3

Enter roundabout Take the 2nd exit onto the D20

4

Enter Roundabout and take the 1st exit

5

Cross railway at LES BERTRANGES continue on the D20

6

Continue on the D20 through MEILHARDS

7

 Shortly after MEILHARDS join the D132 on Very sharp LEFT Bend

8

@ T-Junction turn LEFT onto the D3 to CHAMBERET

 9

In CHAMBERET  turn RIGHT at the Crossroads onto the D16

 10

 Continue on D16 for 3 miles at Crossroads turn LEFT onto D178

 11

Signed to Caud/Theil Continue on  road through Caud for 1.9 miles

 12

Arrive RidersRest (Leiu Dit Theil, 19260 Treignac)

 

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lieu dit Theil
19260 treignac
Driving Directions


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An Alternative way to get here.

We know the worst part of touring France is finding the time so if distance or time are at a premium why not consider transporting your bike here and flying into Limoges to meet it?

Here are some movers we can recommend: