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Bretagne à vélo 8 itinéraires sur vélo routes et voies vertes

Destination « Brittany »

La Bretagne est une région qui fait rêver les cyclistes. Son littoral spectaculaire, ses ports et ses villes animées, ses campagnes valonnées et ses canaux authentiques sont autant de destinations existantes. Pour découvrir toutes ses richesses, la Bretagne a mis en place un réseau de véloroutes et de voies vertes très important, sans cesse amélioré et agrémentés de services Accueil Vélo. Deux itinéraires majeurs sont d'ores et déjà décrits sur ce site La Vélodyssée, de Roscoff à Nantes, et le Tour de Manche, du Mont Saint-Michel à St-Malo. Pour savourer sans modération la Bretagne à vélo !

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Plages du Débarquement - Arromanches © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Plages du Débarquement - Port-en-Bessin © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait  Plages du Débarquement - Bayeux © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Plages du Débarquement - Cahagnes © Calvados-Tourisme - G.Wait Plages du Débarquement - Carentan / St-Jean-de-Daye © CRT Normandie - M. Lerouge Plages du Débarquement - Vallée de la Vire © CRT Normandie - M. Lerouge Véloscénie - Mont-St-Michel - © CDT Manche - M. Lerouge

  • La Vélodyssée, Roscoff - Nantes

    La Vélodyssée, Roscoff - Nantes [167 km]

    Roscoff > Morlaix > Scrignac > Carhaix-Plouguer > Rostrenen > Gouarec > Mûr-de-Bretagne > Pontivy
    • Family from Morlaix to Scrignac and from Scrignac to Carhaix-Plouguer and from Carhaix-Plouguer to Rostrenen and from Rostrenen to Gouarec
    • Intermediate from Roscoff to Morlaix and from Gouarec to Mûr-de-Bretagne and from Mûr-de-Bretagne to Pontivy

    Brittany’s section of La Velodyssée® (or Velodyssey) – also on the French part of the much longer EuroVelo 1 Route linking Roscoff to Hendaye – follows the Canal de Nantes à Brest along a fair stretch. This canal, with its 238 locks and many works of art, is considered one of 19th-century France’s greatest technological feats. It crosses contrasting landscapes, from the gentle flats around Nantes and the Redon marshes to the Monts d’Arrée hills, and also passes historic towns like Blain, Redon and Pontivy.

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  • La Vélodyssée, Pontivy - Nantes

    La Vélodyssée, Pontivy - Nantes [222 km]

    Pontivy > Rohan > Josselin > Malestroit > Peillac > Redon > Guenrouët > Blain > Nort-sur-Erdre > Nantes
    • Family from Pontivy to Rohan and from Rohan to Josselin and from Josselin to Malestroit and from Malestroit to Peillac and from Peillac to Redon and from Redon to Guenrouët and from Guenrouët to Blain and from Blain to Nort-sur-Erdre
    • Intermediate from Nort-sur-Erdre to Nantes

    Brittany’s section of La Velodyssée® (or Velodyssey) – also on the French part of the much longer EuroVelo 1 Route linking Roscoff to Hendaye – follows the Canal de Nantes à Brest along a fair stretch. This canal, with its 238 locks and many works of art, is considered one of 19th-century France’s greatest technological feats. It crosses contrasting landscapes, from the gentle flats around Nantes and the Redon marshes to the Monts d’Arrée hills, and also passes historic towns like Blain, Redon and Pontivy.

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  • Saint-Malo-Rennes-Arzal

    Saint-Malo-Rennes-Arzal [110 km]

    St-Malo > Evran > Montreuil-sur-Ille > Rennes
    • Family from Evran to Montreuil-sur-Ille and from Montreuil-sur-Ille to Rennes
    • Intermediate from St-Malo to Evran

    Between the corsair city of St-Malo and the port of Arzal, cross bucolic central Brittany via its canals – that’s the gentle adventure proposed by Véloroute 2. On the way, explore three emblematic Breton Cités d’Art et d’Histoire, artistic, historic towns: St-Malo, Dinan and Rennes. The route is already open between St-Malo and Rennes. Beyond Rennes, the route has yet to be set up.

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  • St-Malo-Presqu'île de Rhuys

    St-Malo-Presqu'île de Rhuys [212 km]

    St-Malo > Evran > St-Méen-le-Grand > Ploërmel > Questembert > Vannes
    • Family from Ploërmel to Questembert
    • Intermediate from St-Malo to Evran and from Evran to St-Méen-le-Grand and from St-Méen-le-Grand to Ploërmel
    • Expert from Questembert to Vannes

    Route 3 follows the same path as Route 2 from Saint-Malo up to Mottay Lock on the Canal d’Ille et Rance. From there, this greenway offers easy cycling, running beside the legendary Arthurian Forest of Brocéliande. It leads to Ploërmel, a favourite home of the dukes of Brittany, then along to Questembert. Beyond that point, the route as far as the Presqu’île de Rhuys has yet to be laid out.

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  • Le Tour de Manche, Roscoff-Mont St-Michel

    Le Tour de Manche, Roscoff-Mont St-Michel [359 km]

    Mont-Saint-Michel > Le Vivier-sur-Mer > Cancale > St-Malo > Matignon > Erquy > Yffiniac > St-Brieuc > Binic > Plouha > Paimpol > Tréguier > Perros-Guirec > Trébeurden > Lannion > Plestin-les-Grèves > Plougasnou > Morlaix > Roscoff
    • Family from Mont-Saint-Michel to Le Vivier-sur-Mer and from Trébeurden to Lannion
    • Intermediate from St-Malo to Matignon and from Matignon to Erquy and from Yffiniac to St-Brieuc and from Plouha to Paimpol and from Paimpol to Tréguier and from Tréguier to Perros-Guirec and from Lannion to Plestin-les-Grèves and from Plougasnou to Morlaix and from Morlaix to Roscoff
    • Expert from Le Vivier-sur-Mer to Cancale and from Cancale to St-Malo and from Erquy to Yffiniac and from St-Brieuc to Binic and from Binic to Plouha and from Perros-Guirec to Trébeurden and from Plestin-les-Grèves to Plougasnou

    The Roscoff - Mont-Saint-Michel route is an integral part of the EuroVelo 4. This waw has a strong maritime flavour, going along Brittany’s north coast, and makes up a section of the enchanting cross-Channel Tour de Manche cycle route. Brittany part of this cycling route offers various marine countryside: Dinard, Cap Frehel, Bay of Saint Brieuc, Côte de Granit Rose, Morlaix bay ...

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  • Carhaix > Saint-Méen-le-Grand

    Carhaix > Saint-Méen-le-Grand [128 km]

    Carhaix-Plouguer > Rostrenen > Gouarec > Mûr-de-Bretagne > St-Caradec > Loudéac > Merdrignac > St-Méen-le-Grand
    • Family from Carhaix-Plouguer to Rostrenen and from Rostrenen to Gouarec and from Mûr-de-Bretagne to St-Caradec and from St-Caradec to Loudéac and from Loudéac to Merdrignac
    • Intermediate from Gouarec to Mûr-de-Bretagne and from Merdrignac to St-Méen-le-Grand

    From the Monts d’Arrée hills in western Brittany, cycle into the Breton interior, l’Argoat. Follow Voie 6, Route 6, and you’ll encounter many charming villages. In the centre of Brittany, Guerlédan Lake, surrounded by wooded banks, stretches 12km and offers many spots for a fun, invigorating pause before you reach the birthplace of Breton cycling and sea-water spa legend Louison Bobet.

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  • Roscoff-Concarneau - Voie 7

    Roscoff-Concarneau - Voie 7 [147 km]

    Roscoff > Morlaix > Scrignac > Carhaix-Plouguer > Gourin > Rosporden > Concarneau
    • Family from Morlaix to Scrignac and from Scrignac to Carhaix-Plouguer and from Carhaix-Plouguer to Gourin
    • Intermediate from Roscoff to Morlaix and from Gourin to Rosporden and from Rosporden to Concarneau

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  • Saint-Brieuc - Lorient - Voie 8

    Saint-Brieuc - Lorient - Voie 8 [114 km]

    St-Brieuc > Yffiniac > Allineuc > St-Caradec > Mûr-de-Bretagne > Pontivy
    • Family from Allineuc to St-Caradec and from St-Caradec to Mûr-de-Bretagne
    • Intermediate from St-Brieuc to Yffiniac and from Mûr-de-Bretagne to Pontivy
    • Expert from Yffiniac to Allineuc

    Voie 8, Route 8, crosses Brittany north to south, starting from the Bay of Saint-Brieuc. It will, in time, go as far south as the port of Lorient. The route follows peaceful country roads and often runs beside waterways. So it joins up with the Rigole d’Hilvern Channel, with a greenway going up to Hémonstoir. To date, you can go as far as the Lac de Guerlédan, the major lake in central Brittany, then carry on beside the Canal de Nantes à Brest.

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  • Le Mont-St-Michel > St-Malo

    Le Mont-St-Michel > St-Malo [67.6 km]

    Mont-Saint-Michel > Le Vivier-sur-Mer > Cancale > St-Malo
    • Family from Mont-Saint-Michel to Le Vivier-sur-Mer
    • Expert from Le Vivier-sur-Mer to Cancale and from Cancale to St-Malo

    With the Mont St-Michel Bay providing the dramatic backdrop, head towards the citadel itself whose historical and architectural heritage is so renowned. It's to the rhythm of the constant, powerful tides surging in from the Atlantic that you now travel through natural, conserved marshlands, and polders stretching as far as he eye can see down the Breton coastline. Climb up to Cancale, the unspoilt fishing port on the Emerald Coast, famous for its oysters, and its excellent seafood restaurants lining the sea front.

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  • St-Malo > St-Brieuc

    St-Malo > St-Brieuc [99.5 km]

    St-Malo > Matignon > Erquy > Yffiniac > St-Brieuc
    • Intermediate from St-Malo to Matignon and from Matignon to Erquy and from Yffiniac to St-Brieuc
    • Expert from Erquy to Yffiniac

    Begin this choice section of the Tour de Manche at the salty city of St-Malo. Further reputed seaside resorts, joyous beaches and stunning sea views follow along this brilliant route along the Côte d’Emeraude and Côte de Penthièvre. Enjoy countless discoveries, of forts, fine villas, river estuaries, coves and dramatic headlands.

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  • St-Brieuc > Paimpol

    St-Brieuc > Paimpol [59.4 km]

    St-Brieuc > Binic > Plouha > Paimpol
    • Intermediate from Plouha to Paimpol
    • Expert from St-Brieuc to Binic and from Binic to Plouha

    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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  • Paimpol > Lannion

    Paimpol > Lannion [80.9 km]

    Paimpol > Tréguier > Perros-Guirec > Trébeurden > Lannion
    • Family from Trébeurden to Lannion
    • Intermediate from Paimpol to Tréguier and from Tréguier to Perros-Guirec
    • Expert from Perros-Guirec to Trébeurden

    After Paimpol, the Tour de Manche continues along an island-strewn coast and through countryside marked by the steep, attractive Trieux and Jaudy Valleys. Then admire the famed Côte de Granit Rose, with its breathtaking pink-tinged rocks. The meandering Léguer leads you to the pleasant town of Lannion, near the département (county) of Finistère.

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  • Lannion > Morlaix

    Lannion > Morlaix [24.4 km]

    Lannion > Plestin-les-Grèves > Plougasnou > Morlaix
    • Intermediate from Lannion to Plestin-les-Grèves and from Plougasnou to Morlaix
    • Expert from Plestin-les-Grèves to Plougasnou

    This section takes you from Lannion Bay to Morlaix Bay, going via the vast, serene Grève de St-Michel and the Corniche de l’Armorique. From the Pointe de Primel headland you can already glimpse the port of Roscoff and the Island of Batz. Note that this section has not yet been laid out between Plestin-les-Grèves and Morlaix.

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  • Roscoff > Carhaix

    Roscoff > Carhaix [79.6 km]

    Roscoff > Morlaix > Scrignac > Carhaix-Plouguer
    • Family from Morlaix to Scrignac and from Scrignac to Carhaix-Plouguer
    • Intermediate from Roscoff to Morlaix

    Finistere marks the beginning (or end!) of the route; and, from Roscoff, the Velodyssey meanders through the narrow lanes of Pays Léonard towards the Bay of Morlaix and its famous viaduct. From Morlaix, a greenway, the former Breton steam train network, winds across the Monts d’Arrée hills to Carhaix – home to Vieilles Charrues, France’s biggest music festival.

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  • Carhaix > Pontivy

    Carhaix > Pontivy [87.2 km]

    Carhaix-Plouguer > Rostrenen > Gouarec > Mûr-de-Bretagne > Pontivy
    • Family from Carhaix-Plouguer to Rostrenen and from Rostrenen to Gouarec
    • Intermediate from Gouarec to Mûr-de-Bretagne and from Mûr-de-Bretagne to Pontivy

    In Côtes d’Armor, the Vélodyssée makes its way alongside the Nantes to Brest canal and down the former tracks of what used be the “little train”. The Glomel Cut and the Coat-Natous double lock are particularly memorable sights. Not to be missed are the Cistercian Abbey of Bon-Repos and a new route around the magnificent Guerlédan Lake.

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  • Pontivy > Redon

    Pontivy > Redon [112.2 km]

    Pontivy > Rohan > Josselin > Malestroit > Peillac > Redon
    • Family from Pontivy to Rohan and from Rohan to Josselin and from Josselin to Malestroit and from Malestroit to Peillac and from Peillac to Redon

    The Nantes to Brest canal guides the Vélodyssée through inland Morbihan via a long, panoramic route dotted with small, quaint towns. We suggest you linger a little at Rohan and Malestroit, or at the Medieval Josseline Fortress. After that it’s on to Redon in Ille-et-Vilaine - a real meeting point for Brittany’s waterways.

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  • Redon > Nantes

    Redon > Nantes [109.7 km]

    Redon > Guenrouët > Blain > Nort-sur-Erdre > Nantes
    • Family from Redon to Guenrouët and from Guenrouët to Blain and from Blain to Nort-sur-Erdre
    • Intermediate from Nort-sur-Erdre to Nantes

    After the Oust Valley and the Redon river port, each a ‘Grand Site Naturel’, the Vélodyssée follows the Loire-Atlantique down the length of the Nantes-Brest canal - passing locks, marshes, forests and picturesque ports to eventually rejoin the untamed River Erdre. On the banks of the Loire we discover Nantes… bustling and rich in culture.

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