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St-Malo-Presqu'île de Rhuys

  • 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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Stages of « St-Malo-Presqu'île de Rhuys »

  • St-Malo / Evran (Mottay Lock)

    St-Malo / Evran (Mottay Lock) [41.6 km]

    From the salty corsair city of St-Malo, a sea bus takes you across to the resort of Dinard. Then a greenway leads you south past villas, on to Dinan, a mighty medieval hilltop town. Next, follow the towpath beside the Canal d’Ille et Rance, either going to Mottay Lock (Véloroute 3) or as far as Evran (Véloroute 2). This stage takes you mostly along greenways suitable for all cyclists.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Evran (Mottay Lock) / St-Méen-le-Grand

    Evran (Mottay Lock) / St-Méen-le-Grand [46.7 km]

    This stage leaves the Canal d’Ille et Rance towpath, alternating between quiet roads and bucolic greenways. Two enjoyable tourist possibilities are the new geological Maison des Faluns at Tréfumel and the railbikes at Médréac station. The renovated old stations add character to this stretch, suitable for moderately experienced cyclists.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • St-Méen-le-Grand / Ploërmel

    St-Méen-le-Grand / Ploërmel [41.6 km]

    After visiting the interactive museum « Tous à vélo avec Louison Bobet », dedicated to one of France’s most famous cyclists, head for St-Onen-la-Chapelle. A quiet road leads to Mauron to join the busiest greenway in Brittany. The local red sandstone makes the architecture around here stand out. At Mauron, continue along the greenway. This stage is for moderately experienced cyclists.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Ploërmel / Questembert

    Ploërmel / Questembert [36.5 km]

    Leaving from beside the Lac au Duc at Ploërmel, this high greenway offers magnificent views down on verdant valleys. At several points you can spot the Canal de Nantes à Brest, almost playing hide-and-seek with you! The surface is smooth, allowing you to cycle along with ease, taking in the country views. A stage suitable for all cyclists.

    Difficulty: family View details
  • Questembert / Presqu'île de Rhuys

    Questembert / Presqu'île de Rhuys [45.8 km]

    This route will soon be available

    Difficulty: expert View details