The Vélodyssée is 1,300 kilometres of cycling along the Atlantic, taking in Spain, France and England.


The French section runs through Brittany on the Nantes-Brest canal, along the Atlantic to the south of the country, to the Basque coast. Nearly 80% of this cycle route is on lanes where you will be surrounded only by other cyclists, without cars, making for a relaxing ride.

Pedal with peace of mind on France's longest fully signposted cycle route. 

Le Nantes to Brest canal crosses the heart of Brittany, bringing the Vélodyssée to our region.

When you pass through, don't forget to get your passport stamped at theTourist Office on the barge Duchesse Anne in Pontivy and at the Tourist Information Point at the Maison du Canal et du TerroirLock 52 at Rohan!

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