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Lannion > Morlaix

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ]
  • 69.4 km

This section takes you from Lannion Bay to Morlaix Bay, going via the vast, serene Grève de St-Michel and the Corniche de l’Armorique. From the Pointe de Primel headland you can already glimpse the port of Roscoff and the Island of Batz. Note that this section has not yet been laid out between Plestin-les-Grèves and Morlaix.

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The 3 stages of the section « Lannion > Morlaix »

  • Lannion / Plestin-les-Grèves

    Lannion / Plestin-les-Grèves [24.4 km]

    After Lannion, this final Tour de Manche stage in Côtes d’Armor provides plunging views from the cliff above St-Michel-en-Grève, then takes you down along vast St-Michel Beach. Beyond Plestin-les-Grèves, entering the neighbouring county of Finistère, the route isn’t laid out yet – return to Lannion for a train to Morlaix, or follow small roads west.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Plestin-les-Grèves / Plougasnou

    Plestin-les-Grèves / Plougasnou [19 km]

    You enter the county of Finistère via the beautiful seaside resort of Locquirec. Take in the great beach at the back of the bay, the Pointe du Château headland, and the port. Continue along the steep, wild coast, taking in magnificent views onto a whole series of protected creeks. Before Plougasnou, visit the atmospheric church enclosure at Saint-Jean-du-Doigt.

    Difficulty: Expert view the detail
  • Plougasnou / Morlaix

    Plougasnou / Morlaix [26 km]

    From the small town of Plougasnou, continuing along the coast, the magnificent Bay of Morlaix comes into view, with its rocky headlands and numerous islands, including those protecting a bird reserve, the Ile Louët, and that crowned by the Château du Taureau. If you’re a fan of oysters, try them at the picturesque port of Le Dourduff-en-Mer. Then head upriver to the historic town of Morlaix.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail