10 miles or so after leaving Sourdeval, you can take a break for a light meal or lunch at the Saint-Germain de Tallevende hiker’s stop.
At the D215 intersection, 8 km (5 miles) from Vire, a signpost tempts you to explore the La Dathée Lake. This 10 ha (~ 25 acre) bird sanctuary and 43 ha (106 acre) lake also has pedal boats, kayaks and so on. Count 2 to 3 km (1 to 2 miles) on top of your cycle route.
When you reach the old fortified town of Vire, several old buildings recall the medieval period. A must in July: the “les Virevoltés” street arts festival.
And for food lovers, Vire is well known for its andouille and there are sales outlets in town.
For your evening meal, there are lots of restaurants on site.