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La Vélodyssée: A 1200 km long cycle route along the Atlantic coast

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A route into Europe

La Vélodyssée also intersects with other European cycle routes: EuroVelo 4 (the Coastal Cycle Trail) at Roscoff, EuroVelo 6 (the Rivers Cycle Trail), part of which is also known as the Loire by Bike, and EuroVelo 3 (the Pilgrims’ Cycle Trail) along its southernmost part, a route which is still being finalised.

La Vélodyssée is connected to Europe, since it is the French part of EuroVelo 1, also called Cycle Route of the Atlantic.

To continue the adventure, cross the Channel and continue the route further north in England… and then beyond towards the North Cape in Norway… or to head south and follow the EV1 route into Spain.

The connection to England is made via the ferry from Roscoff to Plymouth.

La Vélodyssée also crosses paths with a number of other European routes: the EV4 at Roscoff as well as the EV6 at Nantes - better known as ‘La Loire à Vélo’.

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