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The 2nd Travel Medicine Workshop
Loire Valley, France
1st - 8th September, 2024





Located south of Paris, the Loire Valley, from Sully-sur-Loire to Chalonne, is considered by UNESCO to be a World Heritage site. Although this French region is perhaps best known for its many castles, it also boasts some lovely historical towns and beautiful landscapes, particularly along the river. Wines and Vineyards : the wine areas of the Loire Valley are rich in exceptional wines boasting great diversity and authenticity. They are a facet of the region that can be discovered in a variety of ways Our education program will focus on the theme of "Travel Medicine". Spaces are limited to 30 delegates and with the return to travel we anticipate this will fill fast.


The Loire Valley is a great European destination and has something to offer any level cyclists, from the experienced die-hard to the weekend warrier. Our rides will explore a diverse range of landscapes and visit many towns and villages. We will visit historic castles, see the region's rich architectural heritage and visit the odd vineyard. Post ride there will be opportunities to cool down with a swim or simply relax with an aperitif. Click on the image below for more details.



Places are limited to 30 delegates so please consider booking early to guarantee your place. Click the image below to go to the registration page.



The small group numbers means that the program will be case orientated and highly interactive. Delegates will be encouraged to bring along interesting and relevant cases for discussion. Our meetings are well recognised for the level of debate they generate  This meeting comprises an exciting series of talks and workshops relevant to the theme of Travel Medicine that we will be exploring in depth during the week. Full details available by clicking the image below.

Biker on Mountain Top


For a taste of this trip check out some of images in the gallery and whet your appetite for more. Click on the image below for more details.

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