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Les voies vertes de la Bretagne à vélo : 8 itinéraires cyclables

Destination « Brittany by bike »

Brittany is a magical French region in which to organize wonderful cycling holidays! Spectacularly surrounded by the Channel and the Atlantic, Brittany is criss-crossed by eight major véloroutes and greenways, taking you through glorious, unspoilt nature and character-packed towns. All these cycle paths are safe and comfortable, following rivers and canal towpaths, disused railway lines, or quiet lanes hugging the coast. With over 1,300km of well-laid-out cycle routes, Brittany will greatly appeal to those in search of an active, green cycling holiday, as a family or among friends!

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Plages du Débarquement - Arromanches © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Plages du Débarquement - Port-en-Bessin © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait  Plages du Débarquement - Bayeux © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Enfant à vélo sur l'itinéraire des Plages du Débarquement à vélo vers Cahagnes © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Plages du Débarquement - Carentan / St-Jean-de-Daye © CRT Normandie - M. Lerouge Plages du Débarquement - Vallée de la Vire © CRT Normandie - M. Lerouge Parcours Paris-Mont-Saint-Michel - Arrivée à vélo au Mont Saint-Michel © CDT Manche - M. Lerouge

  • La Vélodyssée, Roscoff - Pontivy - Voie 1

    La Vélodyssée, Roscoff - Pontivy - Route 1 [167 km]

    Brittany’s fr section of La Velodyssée® (or Velodyssey) – also on the French part of the much longer EuroVelo 1 Route linking Roscoff to Hendaye – follows the Canal de Nantes à Brest along a fair stretch. This canal, with its 238 locks and many works of art, is considered one of 19th-century France’s greatest technological feats. It crosses contrasting landscapes, from the gentle flats around Nantes and the Redon marshes to the Monts d’Arrée hills, and also passes historic towns like Blain, Redon and Pontivy.

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  • La Vélodyssée, Pontivy - Nantes - Voie 1

    La Vélodyssée, Pontivy - Nantes – Route 1 [222 km]

    Brittany’s section of La Velodyssée® (or Velodyssey) – also on the French part of the much longer EuroVelo 1 Route linking Roscoff to Hendaye – follows the Canal de Nantes à Brest along a fair stretch. This canal, with its 238 locks and many works of art, is considered one of 19th-century France’s greatest technological feats. It crosses contrasting landscapes, from the gentle flats around Nantes and the Redon marshes to the Monts d’Arrée hills, and also passes historic towns like Blain, Redon and Pontivy.

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  • Saint-Malo - Rennes - Arzal - Voie 2

    Saint-Malo - Rennes - Arzal - ROUTE 2 [110 km]

    Between the corsair city of St-Malo and the port of Arzal, cross bucolic central Brittany via its canals – that’s the gentle adventure proposed by Véloroute 2. On the way, explore three emblematic Breton Cités d’Art et d’Histoire, artistic, historic towns: St-Malo, Dinan and Rennes. The route is already open between St-Malo and Rennes. Beyond Rennes, the route has yet to be set up.

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  • St-Malo - Presqu'île de Rhuys - Voie 3

    St-Malo - Presqu'île de Rhuys - ROUTE 3 [212 km]

    Route 3 follows the same path as Route 2 from Saint-Malo up to Mottay Lock on the Canal d’Ille et Rance. From there, this greenway offers easy cycling, running beside the legendary Arthurian Forest of Brocéliande. It leads to Ploërmel, a favourite home of the dukes of Brittany, then along to Questembert. Beyond that point, the route as far as the Presqu’île de Rhuys has yet to be laid out.

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  • Le Tour de Manche, Roscoff-Mont St-Michel - Voie 4

    Le Tour de Manche, Roscoff-Mont St-Michel - ROUTE 4 [359 km]

    The Roscoff - Mont-Saint-Michel route is an integral part of the EuroVelo 4. This waw has a strong maritime flavour, going along Brittany’s north coast, and makes up a section of the enchanting cross-Channel Tour de Manche cycle route. Brittany part of this cycling route offers various marine countryside: Dinard, Cap Frehel, Bay of Saint Brieuc, Côte de Granit Rose, Morlaix bay ...

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  • La Litorrale à vélo en Bretagne

    La littorale à vélo - Route 5 [332 km]

    Following the example of the much-loved hiking path around the Breton coast, the Chemin des Douaniers, Brittany is now developing a coastal cycle path. Voie 5 (Route 5) will stick more or less closely to the region’s shores, bays and indented coastline. You can already try out some memorable stretches along: the Côte du Léon (from Roscoff port); the Rade de Brest and Côte de la Mer d’Iroise (northwest Brittany); the Pointe du Raz (southwest Brittany); and the invigorating peninsulas of Quiberon, Rhuys and Guérande (in southern Brittany).

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  • Carhaix - Saint-Méen-le-Grand - Voie 6

    Carhaix - Saint-Méen-le-Grand - ROUTE 6 [128 km]

    From the Monts d’Arrée hills in western Brittany, cycle into the Breton interior, l’Argoat. Follow Voie 6, Route 6, and you’ll encounter many charming villages. In the centre of Brittany, Guerlédan Lake, surrounded by wooded banks, stretches 12km and offers many spots for a fun, invigorating pause before you reach the birthplace of Breton cycling and sea-water spa legend Louison Bobet.

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  • Roscoff-Concarneau - Voie 7

    Roscoff-Concarneau - rOUTE 7 [147 km]

    Route 7, linking Channel to Atlantic, shares the way with Velodyssey’s cycle route up to Port de Carhaix. Then it makes its own way across the Montagnes Noires hills to the reputed seaside resort of Concarneau. Along the greenway, you can stop at Gourin, a market town and agricultural centre, and in the green country resort (station verte) of Scaër.

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  • Saint-Brieuc - Lorient - Voie 8

    Saint-Brieuc - Lorient - ROUTE 8 [175 km]

    Route 8, crosses Brittany north to south, starting from the Bay of Saint-Brieuc. It will, in time, go as far south as the port of Lorient. The route follows peaceful country roads and often runs beside waterways. So it joins up with the Rigole d’Hilvern Channel, with a greenway going up to Hémonstoir. To date, you can go as far as the Lac de Guerlédan, the major lake in central Brittany, then carry on beside the Canal de Nantes à Brest.

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