Camping Based Cycling Routes
12 wonderful cycling routes to every corner of Brittany
This page is designed to give you guidance as to what cycling route might suit you best - BUT! it is no substitute for a personal email to us, we fully expect customers to email before they book in order to discuss their needs - we are the most personal cycling holiday company in the business so take advantage of it:-)
The big advantage of cyclecamping over hotels is its flexibility. If you completely misjudge how far you can cycle then it's not a catastrophe - you can alter the route as you go, miss out stops, double up days or even go off in a completely different direction - we don't mind! If you end up going 'off-piste' like this, a quick phone call to us to check if there's a campsite in the next town, or for advice is no problem. Also if you find you really NEED a proper bed again you can phone us and we'll book you into the nearest hotel for the night - pretty much anything is possible
A Little Luxury?
Obviously for all these tours you have your own lightweight equipment, but if you are arriving fairly late or have to leave early at the end of the week, or just fancy one night a little bit different to the others, we are this year offering various options based on our fixed-centre accommodation - for example our Bunkhouse. This option adds 15€ for the night per person and makes a rather special last stop;-)
NEW for 2019
A gentle meander on the cycleways of central Brittany - Maximum 30 miles – average 18 miles – very, very easy and traffic free so perfect for children.
(Average mileage 18 miles, maximum 25 miles - very easy and relatively flat cyclepath to begin with, getting slightly harder but nothing too strenuous and all on quiet roads Camping based tour for those seeking a bit of history and a lot of easy riding;-)
(Average mileage 22 mpd, maximum 32 or 27 miles - Our most flexible route as there are several options when it comes to campsites. At it’s easiest there are very easy first few days, a little more difficult last three days, the alternatives are harder but give more time on the coast)
(Average mileage 35 miles, maximum 41 miles. More serious cycling, but not too difficult) - The smile of Brittany is the town of Quimper and it is said that its kiss is Quimperle. Both are lovely towns steeped in history, and well worth a walk around.
Always remember that a two week tour can of course be made by combining any two of the one week camping tours, the advantage being that you pick up a ‘slack’ day when you would otherwise be changing over and this is the option most choose to do.