This cycling itinerary (aslo possible on foot and/or by horseback) links; through the towing path and, then, the old traway road, the commercial and flowered Plancoët to the peninsula of Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer and its eleven beaches. Along the way, you will discover remarkable sites of the valley's heritage and, mid-way, you'll cross the coastal bicycle road (V4)
The indicated distance and travel time are those of a one way only journey, the way back is possible by the same path by following the same direction signs (a green cyclist on a white sign)
(The suggested circuits are given as an indication and do not take into account the possible terrain or environment evolution. The users' personal responsability is engaged by the use of these itineraries, the Office de Tourisme disengages itself from any responsability regarding the use of the maps and possible accidents that may occur on the proposed itinerary.)
max. 43 m
min. 4 m
Styles : HikingIn townSea
Public : FamilyCyclistsSchool
Theme : Patrimony
This easily flooded zone of the river’s major bed was covered at almost...Read more
At the crossing of the D786 road, caution!
Take the path ahead. After 350m, the castle appears again. You can enter the ruins and discover the surrounding nature.
The cycling road is a European project which will allow, after completion, to follow the coasts of Brittany, Normandy and of the South of England.
Going West you'll reach the sea resort of St-Cast, Fréhel Point, going East the cycling road from St-Malo to Vannes and Rennes.
The Office de tourisme is opened all year round and offers a personal welcome.
The peninsula is not frequented by cars much; it is easy to keep going by bicycles to the Pointe du Chevet or other beaches.
Two lodgings have obtained the "Accueil vélo" label which garantees the presence of facilities and informations to cycliststs : the abbey and La Manchette camping site.
This itinerary leaves Saint-Jacut peninsula and goes to the coastal cycling road through countryside paths.
This quite typical medieval religious site is made of a church, a...Read more