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cycling route in Nouvelle-Aquitaine :

  • Royan > Lacanau-Océan

    Royan > Lacanau-Océan [81.8 km]

    Royan > Soulac-sur-Mer > Montalivet-les-Bains > Naujac-sur-Mer > Hourtin-Plage > Lacanau-Océan
    • Family from Royan to Soulac-sur-Mer and from Soulac-sur-Mer to Montalivet-les-Bains and from Montalivet-les-Bains to Naujac-sur-Mer and from Naujac-sur-Mer to Hourtin-Plage
    • Expert from Hourtin-Plage to Lacanau-Océan

    La Vélodyssée reaches the Médoc after a cruise along the Gironde Estuary, famous for the historic Cordouan lighthouse. The Aquitaine country, bordered by long beaches and covered with pine forests, boasts the seaside resorts of Soulac-sur-Mer, Montalivet-les-Bains, Hourtin, Carcans – all welcoming stages connected by cycle trails.

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  • Lacanau-Océan > Arcachon

    Lacanau-Océan > Arcachon [80 km]

    Lacanau-Océan > Le Porge-Océan > Lège-Cap-Ferret > Audenge > Arcachon
    • Family from Lacanau-Océan to Le Porge-Océan and from Le Porge-Océan to Lège-Cap-Ferret and from Lège-Cap-Ferret to Audenge
    • Intermediate from Audenge to Arcachon

    La Vélodyssée follows cycle tracks through the Porge forest to meet the salt marshes, villages and oyster farms typifying Arcachon Bay. The route traces the coastline until it reaches the regional natural Parc des Landes de Gascogne… and finally into Arcachon itself. Cap Ferret is a stone’s throw across the water from the famous area of Arachon, Ville d’Hiver.

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  • Arcachon > Léon

    Arcachon > Léon [129.6 km]

    Arcachon > Biscarrosse-Plage > Parentis-en-Born > Mimizan-Plage > Contis-Plage > Léon
    • Family from Arcachon to Biscarrosse-Plage and from Mimizan-Plage to Contis-Plage and from Contis-Plage to Léon
    • Intermediate from Biscarrosse-Plage to Parentis-en-Born and from Parentis-en-Born to Mimizan-Plage

    After the great Pyla Dune, La Vélodyssée follows the famous cycle paths which snake between lakes and forests. Then the pretty resorts of the Landes come into sight: Biscarrosse, Parentis and Mimizan. Near the famous Courant d’Huchet river are the traditional villages of Saint Julien-en-Born, Contis or Léon, which throng with activity all year round.

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  • Léon > Bayonne

    Léon > Bayonne [62.3 km]

    Léon > Vieux-Boucau-les-Bains > Capbreton > Bayonne
    • Family from Léon to Vieux-Boucau-les-Bains
    • Intermediate from Vieux-Boucau-les-Bains to Capbreton
    • Expert from Capbreton to Bayonne

    La Vélodyssée entices you down the Landes cycle paths, past pine forests and the golf course at Moliets and the villages of Messanges and Vieux-Boucau. It meets the beautiful surfing beaches of Seignosse and Hossegor, and the lively port of Capbreton. From here you can choose routes that lead to Labenne, Tarnos, Boucau, Adour and the Basque Country.

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  • Bayonne > Hendaye

    Bayonne > Hendaye [50.7 km]

    Bayonne > Biarritz > St-Jean-de-Luz > Hendaye-Plage
    • Intermediate from Bayonne to Biarritz
    • Expert from Biarritz to St-Jean-de-Luz and from St-Jean-de-Luz to Hendaye-Plage

    The proud capital of the Basque Country starts La Vélodyssée’s southernmost section. The cycle paths lead to the elegant resort of Biarritz, running alongside the Anglet beaches. From there, it’s a superb cliffside route that brushes Saint-Jean-de-Luz and Hendaye-Plage. The Bidasoa River forms the French-Spanish border… the next stage on La Vélodyssée...

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  • The Gironde Estuary by bike

    The Gironde Estuary by bike [153 km]

    Royan > Mortagne-sur-Gironde > Vitrezay > Blaye > Bordeaux
    • Intermediate from Royan to Mortagne-sur-Gironde and from Mortagne-sur-Gironde to Vitrezay and from Vitrezay to Blaye and from Blaye to Bordeaux

    This enticing section of the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo cycle route transports you from the seaside atmosphere of the postwar resort of Royan to the splendid Ancien Régime quays of Bordeaux. The route running beside the Gironde Estuary is not completely laid out at time of writing, so you have to deal with a few stretches of small, rough, steep tracks for the moment. Or opt for the easier provisional link leading south of the Gironde Estuary via Lacanau, on to Bordeaux.

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  • The canal de Garonne by bike from Bordeaux to Agen

    The canal de Garonne by bike from Bordeaux to Agen [153 km]

    Bordeaux > Créon > Sauveterre-de-Guyenne > La Réole > Marmande > Damazan > Agen
    • Family from Bordeaux to Créon and from Créon to Sauveterre-de-Guyenne and from La Réole to Marmande and from Marmande to Damazan and from Damazan to Agen
    • Expert from Sauveterre-de-Guyenne to La Réole

    Bordeaux, a splendid city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, makes for one glorious starting point on the Canal des 2 Mers à Vélo cycle route. Once you’ve crossed the mighty Garonne River, you enter the Entre-Deux-Mers vineyards via a great cycle track. At Sauveterre-de-Guyenne, join a quiet road to reach the Canal de Garonne near the town of La Réole. Then a greenway runs alongside the canal, shaded by planes, up to Agen.

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  • Lot valley cycle route

    Lot valley cycle route [163 km]

    Tonneins > Clairac > Villeneuve sur Lot > Fumel > Castelfranc > Cahors
    • Intermediate from Tonneins to Clairac and from Clairac to Villeneuve sur Lot and from Villeneuve sur Lot to Fumel and from Fumel to Castelfranc
    • Expert from Castelfranc to Cahors

    The Lot Valley Cycle Route wends its way along 160km, crossing extensive orchards in the county of the Lot-et-Garonne and elegant vineyards in the county of the Lot, passing countless traditional riverside and perched villages. Discover the Lot Valley lifestyle, which combines a delight in local produce and gastronomy, outdoor activities and remarkable cultural heritage. Relish the various stages: Aiguillon – Villeneuve; Villeneuve – Fumel; Fumel – Castelfranc; and Castelfranc - Cahors, the last town designated a Ville d'Art & d'Histoire thanks to its cultural riches.

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Bicyclette Verte des séjours vélos en aquitaine sur la gironde


Safrantours séjours vélo autour du bassin d'arcachon