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Atlantic Coast, from Nantes to La Rochelle
Traveling along the Atlantic Coast on the Velodyssée, this bicycle path along the ocean makes for a pleasant trip. The route going from Nantes to La...
Atlantic Coast, from Arcachon to Biarritz
Through the Vélodyssée, the cycle path that runs along the Atlantic Ocean, set off to discover the southern part of this journey. You will ride through...
Tour of the Bassin d'Arcachon
A stroll around the Bay of Arcachon is the ideal stay to make in family. The tour of the Bassin d'Arcachon, composed mainly of bicycle paths and totally...
Atlantic Coast, from La Rochelle to Bordeaux
Discover the Atlantic Coast from La Rochelle to Bordeaux. Start in La Rochelle, the famous fortified port and continue on to Bordeaux, the capital of...
The first benefit of a bike vacation is that it gives us a break from our busy daily lives. Pedaling, even at speed, usually means slowing down. It means taking the time to really look at the landscape, to see it change, and to feel a magical sense of freedom. It’s breathing deeply, clearing your mind. It’s pedaling, which is good for your heart and your body. It’s also about choosing a sustainable journey that respects others. It’s about surprises along the way, encouragement received, and encounters that create unforgettable memories.
As pioneers of bicycle travel in France and with 25 years of experience, Discover France is in a perfect position to affirm that traveling by bicycle is accessible to everyone, even more so with the development of electric-assist bikes that reduce the effort and increase the pleasure.
If it’s the perfect fit for you, traveling by bike does not require any special skills or any particular physical or technical aptitude. The expertise of our travel consultants will help you select the trip and bike model that’s right for you. Whether traditional or electric, all our models are characterized by the quality of the best brands and the latest technologies, their lightness and their ease of use.
The country of the Tour de France has established itself as the world’s second most popular destination for cycling tourism, just behind Germany. This type of itinerant vacation has exploded and the number of people traveling by bicycle is growing by about 20% a year (source: Vélo et Territoire).
France is a playground unique in the world, with an exceptional geographical diversity for such a large territory, between rivers, mountains and more than 2,000 km of coastline.
In addition to the great mountain passes made famous by the Tour de France, France now has 20,000 km of cycle paths and greenways. Cycle tourism is a real priority for the authorities, which are encouraging the development of infrastructures and services to offer the best possible welcome to cyclists.