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Paimpol > Lannion

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ]
  • 80.9 km

After Paimpol, the Tour de Manche continues along an island-strewn coast and through countryside marked by the steep, attractive Trieux and Jaudy Valleys. Then admire the famed Côte de Granit Rose, with its breathtaking pink-tinged rocks. The meandering Léguer leads you to the pleasant town of Lannion, near the département (county) of Finistère.

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The 4 stages of the section « Paimpol > Lannion »

  • Paimpol / Tréguier

    Paimpol / Tréguier [20.7 km]

    The atmosphere is deeply rural on this stage of the Tour de Manche. You only see the sea at Paimpol, but enjoy splendid vistas onto the Trieux Valley, nr. Lézardrieux, and onto the Jaudy Valley, nr. Tréguier. The last, designated a Petite Cité de Caractère, is the charming historic capital of the Trégor area. A stage for intermediate-level cyclists.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Tréguier / Perros-Guirec

    Tréguier / Perros-Guirec [23.4 km]

    Rural life dominates on this stage of the Tour de Manche, lined by farms and cabbage fields. To take in the sea, you have to tackle the hills characteristic of this stretch of Breton coast, lined by deep little valleys. The links to Port-Blanc and Le Royo Beach are very worthwhile. The link to Perros-Guirec is a must to admire this stylish resort.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Perros-Guirec / Trébeurden

    Perros-Guirec / Trébeurden [23.6 km]

    This splendid stage of the Tour de Manche takes you along the ‘pink corniche’, a route providing magical sea views and vistas down on tempting beaches – it’s hard to resist taking a dip in the creeks around rocky Le Castel Point. The only negative on this picture-postcard stage is that it requires a good level of fitness, given some steep slopes.

    Difficulty: Expert Favourite view the detail
  • Trébeurden / Lannion

    Trébeurden / Lannion [13.2 km]

    You head for the flowery banks of the Léguer Valley on this penultimate stage of the Tour de Manche in the département (county) of Côtes d’Armor. From the cliff route, enjoy the many ‘windows’ onto the sea. Despite two steep slopes, one to reach Trémeur Point, the other in Lannion’s Brélévenez Quarter, this stage is suitable for family outings.

    Difficulty: Family view the detail