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Accommodation with cyclists welcome award. Cycle Cumbria and Explore the Lake District by Bike. Cumbria is one of the quietest, most rural counties in England. It has the Lake District National Park , the rolling hills of the Eden Valley, quiet coastlines to the West and hidden villages galore - all perfect for exploration by bike. In short, it is possibly Britain's best and most varied road cycling destination. Many routes can be explored in a day-ride. The Eden Valley This wide, quiet valley cuts right through the County, from Brampton in the North through Penrith in the centre and on to Kirkby Stephen in the south. It covers a vast area of rolling hills and traditional farmland, separating the ridge of the Pennines from the peaks of The Lake District.

There are many quiet lanes cutting between villages and hamlets, making it possible to put together a whole variety of routes for all ability levels. The Lake District With hills and mountains galore it is always going to be a scenic day out when you cycle in The Lake District. The Solway Coast Hadrian's Wall routes and guides Guides. Voyages de vélo en Espagne - Circuits vélo en Europe - Vélo Québec Voyages. Des vacances de cyclotourisme à votre rythme Bien connues des pros, les « îles aux chiens » concurrencent Majorque en tant que terre rêvée d’entraînement à vélo.

Ici, rien n’est plat. Le relief porte la trace d’activités volcaniques, raviné par d’anciennes coulées de lave. La température va de 18 à 26oC l’année durant. À l’écart des zones touristiques, votre parcours emprunte la quasi-totalité du réseau routier des îles Gran Canaria et Tenerife. La première compte une montée prestigieuse : de Ingenio à Pico de las Nieves, soit 1800 mètres de dénivelé sur 20 kilomètres !

Dans le Rayon des voyageurs Lisez le billet de voyage de Patrick Racine sur cette destination. Lisez le billet de voyage de Pascale Charron sur cette destination. Forfait incluant : Départ/arrivée : Montréal-Trudeau/Barcelone > Barcelone/Montréal-Trudeau Possibilité de vol au départ de Toronto. De 12 à 28 cyclistes, accompagnés de notre guide. Au jour le jour Itinéraire court : 582 km • Itinéraire long : 1114 km Formule VQV. La Vélodyssée l'Atlantique à vélo — La Vélodyssée. 1250 km Elle arrive du sud-ouest de l'Angleterre et longe l’Atlantique jusqu’à la Côte basque par un parcours tonique et sauvage : c’est l'EV1 !

Enfourchez vos vélos et en route pour un périple de plus de 1200 km avec l’océan en toile de fond ! Entre Roscoff et Hendaye elle se nomme La Vélodyssée, découvrez les trésors de nos régions, en suivant la plus longue véloroute française. Du nord au sud ou du sud au nord, elle est entièrement balisée de bout en bout. Escapades ou séjours itinérants, à deux ou en tribu, pédalez en toute sécurité sur des voies dédiées et préparez votre parcours avec nos cartes interactives, nos hébergements Accueil Vélo, nos offres promotionnelles, coups de cœur et témoignages. Roscoff > Carhaix [79.6 km] Roscoff > Morlaix > Scrignac > Carhaix-Plouguer Famille de Morlaix à Scrignac et de Scrignac à Carhaix-Plouguer Intermédiaire de Roscoff à Morlaix Le Finistère, côté mer ou côté terre, marque le début ou la fin de l’itinéraire. Home. Rides - Café du Cycliste. Nice, the home of Café du Cycliste, is a great base for exploring the Côte d'Azur and the Alpes Maritimes region.

The city has a beach, world-class art galleries and hundreds of bars and restaurants, and it's easy to get out onto quiet scenic roads that will keep you exploring for weeks. Although it's the fifth-biggest city in France, it's easy to get in and out of Nice by bike, thanks to the seafront road and cycle path to the south and the hills to the north. If you want to climb out of town the quickest escape routes are via the Boulevard de la Madeleine or the Col de Bast. Also on the map is a selection of bike shops, including places to hire good road bikes. Nice airport is well connected to Paris, London, Barcelona, Berlin and many other European airports by low-cost airlines. There are also TGV trains to take you to Marseille, Paris and even one or two to Lille, making it easy to travel to Nice from London by train in a day. Airport Information: Seaside.

Roadtripping. Mallorca Cycling | Cycle Routes, Cycle Climbs in Mallorca, Spain. Mallorca Cycling | Cycle Routes, Cycle Climbs in Mallorca, Spain. St Aygulf - Grimaud - Collobrieres (Col de Taillude) Biking and Cycling in Scandinavia - Biking and Cycling in Scandinavia - visiteurope.com. Scandinavia has loads of cycle paths, from horizontal to almost vertical. Denmark offers expertly marked sea level cycle routes. Use the ferries to cross from island to island in Finland on a cycle tour of the Southwest Islands. Enjoy Sweden’s bike-friendly cities, secluded north, or bucolic farmland in the south. Pedal past lava fields and geysers in Iceland, or majestic fjords and forests in Norway. Transporting yourself on two wheels lets you go almost as an unnoticed guest in Sweden: you can get really close to the aromas and images of Sweden.

Being close to animals and wildlife is oen of the best parts of the biking adventure. You get where you are going easily and safely on Sweden's well-developed bike paths. In Southern Sweden the flat bike paths are lined with golden fields of corn from March to October and are perfect for family bike tours. Cycling is the ideal way to navigate around Denmark - there are more than 10,000 km of cycle routes.

Majorca Cycling: Tour de Majorca Bike. Mallorcacycling.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/coll-de-soller-mallorca.jpg. England lake district. Roadtripping Norway. The route: Molde to Dalsnibba. Actually we start a bit outside Molde because Norwegians, apart from building mountain roads to nowhere and constructing bridges across the sea, also like drilling tunnels. Under fjords, for example. Do you need to connect two shores? Let’s dig a tunnel below the sea! It’s nice up to the halfway point – you are riding a couple of kilometers down. But then you have to go up again, slowly, without any reference point, waiting to be run down by a truck.

Sheer torment. The ‘mountain’, whose top is conquered after a heroic battle, is as high as zero meters above sea level. The road is pleasantly wavy, our legs are pedaling nicely and our spirits are high. We are wandering about a little on some perfect tarmac and then turn to a fishing village. This is the wonderful landscape Norway is known for. But we are not racing; we are enjoying the first coffee break, even though the coffee tastes like dishwater. The Golden Route. Top 10 cycling routes in Norway.