Atlantic coast

Europe / France

Cycling Atlantic coast

Brittany from one port to another

This trip was imagined as a sea cruise: try never to leave the sea eyes! We use the maximum of small roads to stay closer to the coast. The circuit benefits every year of developments to take advantage of the new cycling facilities, which have developed especially since the launch of the Tour de Manche in 2013. Sailors, privateers, buccaneers ... embark on this cruise with multiple treasures. Gourmet, historical, geographical, musical, folk treasures will make your wealth. Pancakes & pancakes, seafood, fish and other local specialties will generously garnish your plates to reward your efforts.

Why this destination?

  • A classic for all lovers of the sea and Brittany
  • Nearest to the sea at each stage
  • Saint-Malo, its old town and its port
  • Cape Frehel and Fort La Latte
  • The charming ports: Saint-Quay-Portrieux, Binic, Erquy, Paimpol

Circuit features


Level intermediate

Circuit including some slopes on average distance.
Terrain: Flat and some slopes
Total distance: 300 km (easy option: 235 km)
Average distance: 40 km (easy option: 30 km)
Vertical drop: 2900 m (easy option: 2300 m)

What's included:

  • Round trip flights
  • Accommodation
  • Cycling on the Atlantic coast
  • Meals formula
  • All baggage transfers during the stay
  • The loan of a GPS
  • Maps of the routes
  • A practical and descriptive logbook including all our recommended addresses
Not included:
  • Transport costs for luggage and bicycles with the airline
Available option(s):
  • Bike rental (road, hybrid)
  • Travel insurance


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Saint-Malo, loop of Saint-Suliac
Welcome to Saint-Malo. Discover one of the most beautiful villages in France: Saint-Suliac. From the Malouine countryside, you reach the banks of the Rance, a beautiful river that draws its strength from the tides. The water offers a superb spectacle when the setting sun is reflected and return its light on its banks and the stones of the village of Saint-Suliac.
From Saint-Malo to Saint-Cast-Le-Guildo
You leave the corsair city by the sea! At the foot of the ramparts, board your bikes on the sea bus that leads you to Dinard. City of Art and History, Dinard surprises and impresses with its beautiful villas of the nineteenth. You then leave along the coast to reach the cities of Saint-Lunaire and Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, two seaside towns with cut-off shores where sandy beaches and rocky peaks oppose each other. From the peninsula of Saint-Jacut-sur-Mer, you visualize the continuation of the course which leads by the coastal road to the second place of stage, on the commune of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, ideally located between imposing cliffs of Cap Fréhel and the Corsair City.
From Saint-Cast-Le-Guildo to Erquy
You leave Saint-Cast for a breath of fresh air on a culminating point of the Breton coast, Cape Fréhel and its fragmented cliff which regularly undergoes the attacks of a capricious sea. The interest is also to admire an exceptional site which culminates about 70m above a sea which, when it is calm, is adorned with a beautiful blue dress tinged with emerald. Going back to the road, you pass the town of Les Sables d'Or Pins, which, as its name suggests, shines by its sandy beaches. The town of Erquy welcomes you to its fishing port. It is good to stroll during the landing of fish and scallops.
From Erquy to Saint-Brieuc
The rest of the tour will take you to discover one of the most important production of European mussel mussels, integrating perfectly into the landscape offered by the bay of Saint-Brieuc. The end of the day requires a last effort to reach the top of the city of Saint-Brieuc. You will follow the route of the vestiges of the glorious little train of the North Coast.
From Saint-Brieuc to Saint-Quay-Portrieux
Along the coast of Penthièvre cut and hammered by the incessant chisels of the tides, you crisscross small roads that take you to the ports of Binic and Saint-Quay-Portrieux. These are specialized in scallop fishing and offer beautiful animations that you can enjoy.
From Saint-Quay-Portrieux to Paimpol
The route takes you on the path of schoolchildren to the steep cliffs of Plouha. A most enjoyable way to admire the beauties that the channel offers you. The end of the route takes you to the remains of the Abbey of Beauport and the port of Paimpol where you will appreciate as sailors of old shelter and covered with a well deserved rest!
Paimpol, Loguivy's loop
This bike loop allows you to discover the Trieux, a powerful river that has drawn an extraordinary landscape. You will go to the charming little port of Loguivy and typical of northern Brittany.

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