Vélocéan from St-Molf to Guérande Vélocéan cycle route

33,00 Km
2 h 12 min
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Vélocéan from St-Molf to Guérande
Between St-Molf and Quimiac, this stage goes via a series of little canals serving extensive salt marshes, sometimes giving you the impression that you’re riding on water! Not to be missed: the Pointe de Mesquer Headland and two detours, one to the Petite Cité de Caractère of Piriac-sur-Mer, the other to the port of La Turballe. Then you arrive at the splendid fortified medieval town of Guérande.

Cycle route

This stage is signposted ‘Vélocéan’. Most of the way is along shared roads.
There are cycle lanes along the Domaine de Villeneuve (at Piriac-sur-Mer), in Mesquer, and to cross the D 33 road a bit before Coispéan.


Piriac-sur-Mer can be reached by taking a 14km round trip from the junction with the Vélocéan route.
There is also a 20km cycling circuit by which to discover La Turballe.

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Don’t miss

The Pointe de Pen-Bé Headland; the salt-marsh canals around Mesquer-Quimiac; Piriac-sur-Mer, designated a Petite Cité de Caractère; the port of La Turballe; Pointe de Pen Bron Headland (laid out for cyclists); Guérande medieval fortified town

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