Waytypes of the cycle route
Surface of the cycle route
La Vélomaritime - EuroVelo 4 : along the English Channel by bike
Signposting and state of the itinerary
Since June 2021, La Vélomaritime cycle route is 100% continuous. Some sections are provisional while waiting for more qualitative developments. You will find La Vélomaritime signs along most of the route (La Vélomaritime logo and EuroVelo 4 identifier). Some sections are marked on the ground. The route is mainly laid out on shared roads.
Services and accomodations "Accueil Vélo" ("Cyclists Welcome") on La Vélomaritime - EuroVelo 4
Accomodations (campings, hotels, lodges, guest houses) "Accueil Vélo" ("Cyclists Welcome") are located at less than 5km away from the itinerary and they guarantee quality services for cyclists such as a closed garage for example. We strongly advise to book your accomodations in advance (including campings), especially in touristic areas.
Trains and public transports alongside La Vélomaritime - EuroVelo 4
Train stations :
The main train stations along La Vélomaritime cycle route :
- Bretagne : Morlaix, Lannion, Saint-Brieuc, Saint-Malo
- Normandie : Pontorson - Mont-Saint-Michel, Saint-Lô, Cherbourg, Bayeux, Caen, Trouville-Deauville, Le Havre, Fécamp, Dieppe, Le Tréport Mers-Les-Bains
- Hauts-de-France : Etaples Le Touquet, Boulogne Ville, Calais Ville, Dunkerque
Sea crossing :
The Channel crossing can be made from 5 English ports: Plymouth, Poole, Porstmouth, Newhaven and Dover to 8 ports along the route in France: Roscoff, Saint-Malo, Cherbourg, Ouistreham, Le Havre, Dieppe, Calais and Dunkirk.