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All cycling routes in France

All cycling routes in France

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  • canal du midi cycle route

    The Canal des 2 mers by bike picto itineraire [800 km]

    Discover the Canal des Deux Mers à Vélo, an exceptional cycle route linking the two seas of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. You can pedal along for almost 800km beside the Canal de Garonne and the Canal du Midi, the latter a World Heritage Site, to explore unforgettable landscapes and sites.

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  • la vélo francette de Caen à la rochelle

    The Vélo Francette cycle route picto itineraire [615 km]

    En juin 2015, un nouvel itinéraire baptisé la Vélo Francette®, viendra compléter les itinéraires du grand ouest. Continu et balisé, il proposera une nouvelle expérience pour savourer, au fil de l’eau et des rivières, les charmes de jolis villes et villages et la sérénité des campagnes françaises. Un concentré de douce France, une expérience résolument “slow tourisme” ! Les atouts de cet itinéraire ne manquent pas : les Plages du Débarquement, le chemin de halage de la Mayenne, la vallée de Loire entre Angers et Saumur, de belles balades en vallée du Thouet, le Marais Poitevin et… une arrivée à La Rochelle pour une baignade dans l’Atlantique…

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  • L’itinéraire Paris - London à vélo

    The London - Paris cycle route picto itineraire [465.6 km]

    From 2012, you can set out along this legendary cycle route in the making. The way is specially signposted for cyclists between the two great capitals, and you cross the Channel via the Transmanche Newhaven-Dieppe service, landing in Normandy. On the British side, the Avenue Verte London - Paris makes use of the existing National Cycle Network of cycle routes. On the French side of the cycle route, you make your way to the French capital via well-signposted small roads and greenways.

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  • La Loire à vélo de Cuffy (Nevers) à Saint-Brévin

    The Loire Valley cycle route picto itineraire [800 km]

    La Loire à Vélo is a unique, 800km cycle route. It forms the western section of the EuroVelo 6 route (linking Black Sea to Atlantic). A large stretch of the Loire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; in parts it’s also known as France’s Valley of the Kings and as The Garden of France. All along La Loire à Vélo, you stick closely to France’s last great wild river, with its sandy banks and islands, its vine-covered slopes, its typical towns and villages, its fine food and its unique atmosphere. The route ends at the Loire’s Atlantic estuary.

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  • La Vélodyssée, la côte Atlantique à vélo

    Velodyssey, the Atlantic cycling route picto itineraire [1200 km]

    Whether you’re looking for a challenge or a leisurely cycle ride, Velodyssey has something for everyone. Get on your bike and experience the wild beauty of a cycle route covering more than 1,200 kilometres. The sea is never very far away as you discover the best each region has to offer along France’s longest waymarked cycle trail.

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  • ViaRhôna, le Rhône à vélo

    ViaRhôna, Lake Geneva - Mediterranean sea cycle route picto itineraire [815 km]

    ViaRhôna has a grand ambition – to lead you by bike, beside the Rhône River, from Lake Geneva to France’s Mediterranean beaches! Follow a route linking the Mediterranean to northwest Europe that has been used by successive civilizations for over 2,000 years. Wonderful landscapes, towns, villages, vineyards and gastronomy await you along the way.

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  • Véloscénie, de Paris au Mont-Saint-Michel à vélo

    Veloscenic, from Paris yo Mont-St-Michel by bike picto itineraire [442 km]

    Veloscenic is a new cycling adventure across northwest France. Veloscenic is a well-signposted route from Paris and its region, Ile-de-France, via Chartres and Normandy, to the Mont St-Michel. This exceptional trail crosses such gorgeous areas as the Chevreuse Valley, the Perche, French Maine and the Bocage Normand. The route is accessible to different levels of cyclist. Long stretches are along greenways, linked by quiet roads.

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  • L'EuroVelo 6 de Bâle à l'océan Atlantique

    EuroVelo 6 from Basel to Atlantic Ocean picto itineraire [700 km]

    Between Basel-Mulhouse on France’s eastern border and Nevers on the Loire, follow one of the country’s most interesting unbroken cycle routes, part of the EuroVelo 6 route linking the Black Sea to the Atlantic. Cyclists love crossing Southern Alsace via the peaceful Canal du Rhône au Rhin. An unforgettable section takes you along the Doubs Valley and through the Jura Region’s hills. Lastly, you cross Southern Burgundy, passing by famous vineyards, medieval villages and historic industrial sites beside the Canal du Centre.

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  • Le Tour de Manche à vélo

    The Tour de Manche cycle route picto itineraire [1200 km]

    The Tour de Manche offers a unique maritime perspective over 1200 km of varied landscapes either side of the English Channel. Going at your own pace, you have the chance to take the time to discover natural locations of exceptional beauty and interest including Corfe Castle, Dorset and East Devon’s Jurassic Coast, Dartmoor National Park, the Pink Granite Coast and the Bay of Mont St-Michel. This route also builds in part of the existing European cycle route EV4 along the French coast and can be ridden in ‘bite-sized’ pieces, or for the more serious cyclist, as a complete tour.

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  • Le Tour de Manche à vélo

    EuroVelo 15, the Rhine Véloroute picto itineraire [180 km]

    The Rhine Véloroute, EuroVelo 15, links the Rhine’s source in Switzerland to its North Sea estuary in Holland. The route runs close to the great river for over 1,320km. The part in the French region of Alsace covers c.180km, from Huningue, near Swiss Basel, to Lauterbourg. It mostly runs beside the Canal du Rhône au Rhin, but in parts runs by the Rhine itself, frontier and link between France and Germany. Discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Alsace’s historic capital, Strasbourg, or Neuf-Brisach, its citadel designed by Louis XIV’s military genius, Vauban. Enjoy Alsace’s romantic Rhine side.

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