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St-Malo > St-Brieuc

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ]
  • 118 km

Begin this choice section of the Tour de Manche at the salty city of St-Malo. Further reputed seaside resorts, joyous beaches and stunning sea views follow along this brilliant route along the Côte d’Emeraude and Côte de Penthièvre. Enjoy countless discoveries, of forts, fine villas, river estuaries, coves and dramatic headlands.

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The 5 stages of the section « St-Malo > St-Brieuc »

  • St-Malo / Pleslin-Trigavou by the Rance valley

    St-Malo / Pleslin-Trigavou by the Rance valley [26.2 km]

    With its enchanting string of seaside resorts, this Tour de Manche stage exudes a feeling of classic seaside holidays, emphasized by Dinard’s splendid coastal villas. Le Passeur, a seabus linking St-Malo to Dinard, allows cyclists to cross the waters by boat here. The attractive rural heritage and a link to St-Jacut-de-la-Mer add to the delights.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Pleslin-Trigavou / Matignon

    Pleslin-Trigavou / Matignon [25.5 km]

    Été 2017 : Afin d'éviter le passage par le barrage de la Rance, une modification du tracé par la vallée de la Rance et le pont Saint Hubert a été effectuée. Suivez le balisage EV4 / Tour de Manche depuis Saint Malo ou Pleslin-Trigavou.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Matignon / Erquy

    Matignon / Erquy [29 km]

    Here, you leave the sea behind, the route taking you through typical Breton countryside and hamlets. Sea views are few, but the link to Cap Fréhel and the tremendous panorama from the cliffs there make up for your brief separation from the Channel. Erquy, a port known as Brittany’s scallop-fishing capital, makes for a fine gastronomic stop.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail
  • Erquy / Yffiniac

    Erquy / Yffiniac [29.2 km]

    On this stage of the Tour de Manche, relish splendid sea views, plus the odd creek accessible to cyclists. After Pléneuf-Val-André, don’t miss the cute, hidden port of Dahouët. This stage involves steep slopes; the terrain helps explain how local cycling legend Bernard Hinault triumphed in the Tour de France! In short, a stage for strong cyclists.

    Difficulty: Expert view the detail
  • Yffiniac / St-Brieuc

    Yffiniac / St-Brieuc [8.2 km]

    On this, the shortest stage of the Tour de Manche, make for Le Gouët’s estuary. The route sticks to the Bay of Saint-Brieuc’s Nature Reserve. Red brick adds its tinge to the area. Take in the Brick Museum at St-Ilan, Cesson Tower and the view of the bascule bridge.

    Difficulty: Intermediate view the detail