Bike tours

Diverse routes, exceptional landscapes

Road cycling, Green Ways, mountain bike trails, Velodyssey® and more: Finistère offers a huge and diverse range of options for cyclists. It’s one huge playground that’s incredibly varied and very safe: flat coastal trails in town or following the sea, Green Ways through the woodland or countryside, hilly routes and trails, there really is something for all tastes and all legs!
You can bring your bike on holiday or hire one over here at one of the many bike-hire centres open all year round. To get advice, visit one of the Tourist Offices with a ‘Cyclists Welcome’ (Accueil Vélo) label, or contact us directly.

Famille à vélo sur une voie verte

Cycle routes and
Green Ways

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Vététiste en presqu'île de Crozon

Cycling trails

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VTT au bord de la mer en Finistère

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During the Summer holidays, you can take your bike for free on certain coaches within the Penn-ar-Bed network.

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Velodyssey®: 70km through Finistère

France’s entry point for the Velodyssey® (a famous, 1400-km cycling route from Ilfracombe to Hendaye), is the section from Roscoff to Carhaix that takes you through Finistère’s inland and maritime scenery.
After visiting the historic harbour town of Roscoff, a little coast road takes you to Saint-Pol de Léon and its superb cathedral. Next, the trail follows the banks of the Penzé River before reaching Morlaix with its iconic viaduct. Then you take the Green Way to the Arrée Mountains and the legendary forest of Huelgoat. In Carhaix, the Velodyssey® leaves Finistère and heads to Pontivy for new adventures!

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Visit the Velodyssey website and take a look at Roscoff-Carhaix section.

Cyclistes sur la Vélodyssée

Cycle the Tour de Manche: a 1200-km trail linking France and England

The Tour de Manche is a round-trip of 1,200km following the Breton coast from Roscoff to Saint Malo then continuing to Cherbourg before crossing the Channel to Dorset and Devon in southwest England.
From Morlaix to Roscoff, the Tour de Manche shares the same route as the Velodyssey® using the Penzé River as its guide. From Morlaix, the itinerary heads to Locquirec and the Breton coast road for a 75-km journey that continues in the Côtes d’Armor.
Find more information on the official website, and in particular the sections of Roscoff-Morlaix and Morlaix-Côtes d’Armor.   

Cyclistes sur le Tour de Manche à vélo

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