Leaving the corsair city of St-Malo, the Vélomaritime leads you towards a port renowned for producing high-quality oysters, Cancale. Beyond St-Malo's great beach, seek out the carved rocks of Rothéneuf, the startling sculptures here executed by an abbot turned hermit. Midway along the stage, explore the peaceful village of Saint-Coulomb and La Ville Bague, a malouinière, or typical Ancien Régime manor built for a wealthy St-Malo merchant. Your reward at the end of the day's cycling is a tasting of oysters in the very pretty port of Cancale.
Leaving Saint-Malo, follow the Vélomaritime logo. Arriving at the fork at the place named Les Boulais, carry straight on to arrive in Cancale (note that the circuit around the port isn't signposted). Take care crossing the county roads along the way, which are very busy in summer in particular.
Nearby stations: Saint-Malo, Dol-de-Bretagne. 1.2 km signposted link to Saint-Malo station