Lannion / Perros-Guirec La Vélomaritime / EuroVelo 4
Nature and Heritage, Patrimoine, Beaches
2 h 32 min
I cycle often
You leave the historic town of Lannion via its Brélévenez Quarter, looking down on the centre. You then cycle on through an iconic section of the Vélomaritime route – the Côte de Granit Rose, famed for its highly colourful rocks sculpted into extraordinary shapes by the elements, plus with the national nature reserve of Les Sept-Îles out to sea. Do take the link to extraordinary Ploumanac’h, making the most of stops beside remarkable sandy creeks along the way.
Elevation of the stage
357 m 357 m
Waytypes of the stage
Cycle path: 5,98 km By road: 32,07 km
Surface of the stage
Lisse: 32,07 km Rugueux: 1,22 km Accidenté: 4,76 km
Mainly along minor roads, with some stretches on rural greenways with sandy surfaces that are easy to ride along.
- after Lannion, on the Servel road, where traffic can be busy and fast
- crossing the RD21 road north of Trébeurden
- on the steep slope at the end of the stage, to be tackled with caution, in part as there's a Stop sign during the descent, before you arrive at the RD6 road
Link: from Perros-Guirec, a signposted link scarcely 3km in length to Ploumanac'h, a resort that epitomizes the extraordinary Côte de Granit Rose
- Nearby station Lannion station (TGV, TER): Lannion/Morlaix/Brest line Lannion/Guingamp/St-Brieuc/Rennes/Paris
They did it!
Week-end à vélo de Lannion à Paimpol
Long week-end à vélo de Lannion jusqu’à Paimpol avec une escale sur l’île de Bréhat