France Vélo Tourisme Rechercher une étape
Find my cycling route

No stage matches your requirements

By continuing to navigate on this website, you agree to the use of cookies that will propose contents and services that correspond to your areas of interest. Learn more and manage your settings

Cornwall Velowest

Destination « Cornwall Velowest »

logo interreg Cornwall deserves its reputation as one of the UK's premier holiday destinations. Its coastline is among the most beautiful in the country: rugged and wild in the north and west, sheltered and lush in the south. But there’s much more to this historic county, which many consider a nation apart. Velowest allows you to explore the moorland and pastoral landscapes as well, with a range of top quality tourist attractions along the way.



270 Length of course


  • Sheepwash > Bodmin

    Sheepwash > Bodmin [98.9 km]

    Sheepwash > Holsworthy > Bude > Camelford > Bodmin
    • Intermediate from Sheepwash to Holsworthy and from Holsworthy to Bude and from Bude to Camelford and from Camelford to Bodmin

    Delightful contrasts await on this section which uses country lanes to take in green fields, moorland and the dramatic North Cornish coast. The going is challenging beyond Bude, as the main route follows the line of Widemouth Bay, but you’ll be rewarded with some of the South West’s most beautiful views.

    View details
  • Bodmin > Eden Project

    Bodmin > Eden Project [70 km]

    Bodmin > Padstow > St Columb Major > Eden Project (St Blazey)
    • Family from Bodmin to Padstow
    • Intermediate from Padstow to St Columb Major and from St Columb Major to Eden Project (St Blazey)

    The route continues along the popular Camel Trail, traffic-free for 29kms. Padstow, with its pretty harbour, is well worth a visit before you head into Cornwall’s hinterland. A series of off-road moorland trails brings you to the Eden Project and the world’s largest indoor rain forest.

    View details
  • Eden Project > Tavistock

    Eden Project > Tavistock [106.9 km]

    Eden Project (St Blazey) > Bodmin > Camelford > Launceston > Tavistock
    • Intermediate from Eden Project (St Blazey) to Bodmin and from Bodmin to Camelford and from Camelford to Launceston and from Launceston to Tavistock

    To begin with this section explores attractive villages, leafy lanes, an impressive viaduct and a historic house. After Bodmin you retrace your steps as far as Trelash, and then pick up quiet country roads. Occasionally hilly, the route traverses some of Cornwall’s most unspoilt countryside and on to Dartmoor.

    View details