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St-Brieuc > Paimpol

[ Cycle route Tour de Manche ]
  • 59.4 km

This Tour de Manche section introduces you to unspoilt stretches of shoreline known as "grèves", well represented in the Bay of St-Brieuc’s Nature Reserve. Continuing up this bay’s western side, the Côte de Goëlo’s old fishing ports are now charming seaside resorts. Visit Beauport Abbey before this captivating section ends at the port of Paimpol.

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Stages of « St-Brieuc > Paimpol »

  • St-Brieuc / Binic

    St-Brieuc / Binic [18.1 km]

    This stage of the Tour de Manche takes you up to the seaside resort of Binic, where the marina has been charmingly integrated into the town. Note the two major slopes to tackle going from St-Brieuc, but the Parfond du Gouët Viaduct and the greenway above Binic’s port make the hard physical effort worthwhile. This stage is for seasoned cyclists.

    Difficulty: expert Favourite View details
  • Binic / Plouha

    Binic / Plouha [17.1 km]

    This is a Tour de Manche stage that gives a typical flavour of the north Breton coast, with some tough slopes thrown in. There’s a string of seaside resorts with lovely sea views, the fascinating fishing harbour at St-Quay-Portrieux and wild cliffs around Plouha. Don’t miss the enchanting setting of Le Palus Beach. This stage is for expert cyclists.

    Difficulty: expert View details
  • Plouha / Paimpol

    Plouha / Paimpol [24.2 km]

    This stage of the Tour de Manche is very scenic, taking you along the cliff route above Bréhec Cove, affording some wonderful sea views. Near the end, admire magnificent Beauport Abbey before arriving at the port of Paimpol, with its historic shipowners’ houses and charming lanes. The route is relatively flat, for intermediate-level cyclists.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details