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

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A collective project

La Vélodyssée is a collective project from Roscoff to Hendaye involving 3 Regions, 9 Departments, 3 CRTs (Regional Tourism Committees) and 9 CDTs (Departmental Tourism Committees), all working together for a common cause with the support of the State.

While cycle-friendly developments on the Atlantic cycle route were started in some departments over 10 years ago, the project to make this route – now known as La Vélodyssée – attractive to tourists was begun towards the end of 2008.  It came to fruition in 2012 thanks to the enthusiasm and determination of 13 public bodies (regional and general councils) as well as three regional tourism committees and 10 departmental tourism committees, supported by the RN2D (Réseau National des Destinations Départementales), the DRC (Départements et Régions Cyclables) and the State.