This unique véloroute, or special cycle path, links two of Normandy's most iconic sights. It starts at the D-Day beaches, where the Allied troops famously landed in June 1944 in order to overthrow the German forces occupying France. It then takes you west to the glorious vision of the Mont St-Michel, the famed island crowned by a stunning medieval monastery. The route allows you to explore the two Normandy départements (or counties) of Calvados and Manche. Immerse yourself in the typical Norman atmosphere of this exceptional cycle path, which takes you along via beautiful, now-tranquil hedgerows, hills and valleys.
Waytypes of the cycle route
By road: 117,95 km Cycle path: 92,49 km Provisional itinerary: 14,41 km
Surface of the cycle route
Lisse: 153,48 km Accidenté: 25,69 km Inconnu: 21,32 km Rugueux: 9,95 km
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