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La Vélomaritime, a breathtaking cycling route in France, spans over 1,200 kilometers along the country’s picturesque coastline. Beginning in Roscoff, cyclists embark on a journey that weaves through charming towns and showcases iconic landmarks.
Roscoff, a quaint port town, marks the starting point of La Vélomaritime. Cyclists pedal through the captivating landscapes of Brittany, passing by the historic town of Morlaix with its impressive viaduct. The route then leads to Saint-Brieuc, known for its medieval architecture and the stunning Bay of Saint-Brieuc.
Continuing on the coast, cyclists encounter the captivating beauty of the Emerald Coast, where the town of Saint-Malo awaits with its imposing city walls. Moving onward, the route passes through Cancale, renowned for its oysters, and then to Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO World Heritage site rising dramatically from the sea.
The journey unfolds along the Normandy coastline, taking cyclists through Granville, a charming seaside town, and along the D-Day Landing beaches, where history comes to life. Honfleur, with its picturesque harbor, provides a delightful stop before heading to Le Havre, a UNESCO-listed city with modernist architecture.
Further along the route, the charming town of Étretat captivates cyclists with its iconic cliffs, while Fécamp showcases its Benedictine Palace. Dieppe, a historic port city, marks the transition to the Upper Normandy region.
As cyclists pedal through the landscapes of the Pays de Caux, they encounter the charming towns of Veules-les-Roses and Saint-Valery-en-Caux. The route continues to Le Tréport, a coastal town known for its funicular railway and panoramic views and through Dieppe to the France Belgian border.
La Vélomaritime promises a memorable journey, merging the beauty of France’s coastline with rich history and culture. Towns like Roscoff, Morlaix, Saint-Malo, and Mont Saint-Michel, Étretat beckon cyclists to explore their unique charms, making this cycling adventure an unforgettable experience for those seeking both natural beauty and cultural immersion.