Waytypes of the stage
Look out for a mix of signs, both for Vélocéan and for local cycling circuits. The route runs out briefly at La Baule-Escoublac, while the official Vélocéan route doesn’t go further west than the exit to Batz-sur-Mer (on the D 45 road).
You need to follow a mix of cycle tracks and bicycle lanes, as well as small roads with light traffic.
Note that the cycle track along the D 192 road runs out abruptly just before that road passes under the railway line at La Baule-Escoublac.
- La Baule : 02 40 24 34 44
- Le Pouliguen : 02 40 42 31 05
- Batz-sur-Mer : 02 40 23 92 36
- Le Croisic : 02 40 23 00 70
SNCF train services
- La Baule-Escoublac train station
- Le Pouliguen train station
- Batz-sur-Mer train station
- Le Croisic train station
The port of Le Pouliguen; Batz-sur-Mer, a Petite Cité de Caractère, with its Musée des Marais Salants (on the salt marshes); Le Croisic, a Petite Cité de Caractère, with its Océarium (a major aquarium) and Criée (fish auction); the coastal cycle track around Le Pouliguen (along the peninsula’s Côte Sauvage); Bay of La Baule