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Le Mont-St-Michel > St-Malo

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ]
  • 67.6 km

With the Mont St-Michel Bay providing the dramatic backdrop, head towards the citadel itself whose historical and architectural heritage is so renowned. It's to the rhythm of the constant, powerful tides surging in from the Atlantic that you now travel through natural, conserved marshlands, and polders stretching as far as he eye can see down the Breton coastline. Climb up to Cancale, the unspoilt fishing port on the Emerald Coast, famous for its oysters, and its excellent seafood restaurants lining the sea front.

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The 3 stages of the section « Le Mont-St-Michel > St-Malo »

  • Mont-Saint-Michel / Le Vivier-sur-Mer

    Mont-Saint-Michel / Le Vivier-sur-Mer [28.8 km]

    There’s so much to look for and appreciate as you cycle along this section – the Couesnon River, the Mont itself, the marshes, polders, historic St. Anne’s chapel, the charming village of Cherrueix, (famous for sand yachting) then the Cherrueix windmills – and then into the famous ‘oyster port’ of Vivier sur Mer.

    Difficulty: Family view the detail
  • Le Vivier-sur-Mer / Cancale

    Le Vivier-sur-Mer / Cancale [20.1 km]

    This part of the route, which has the beautiful bay as a backdrop, takes you from one shellfish haven to another: Vivier sur Mer today is still host to many families working and trading with shellfish, while Cancale is hugely popular with tourists for its mussel beds, restaurants and oyster vendors.

    Difficulty: Expert view the detail
  • Cancale / St-Malo

    Cancale / St-Malo [18.7 km]

    You pass through the peaceful village of St. Coulomb and along charming narrow lanes through farmland with distinctive, protected hedges. The rock sculptures of Rotheneuf were created by a hermit priest. Soon St Malo’s battlements are in sight: look out for the wooden stakes on the beach, serving as groynes.

    Difficulty: Expert view the detail