It connects the English Channel to the Atlantic Ocean via an old railway line and the towpaths of the Rance, the Canal d'Ille-et-Rance and the Vilaine.
28 km to cover from Tréméreuc to Evran, passing through the superb medieval town of Dinan. Discover, around a bend, Lehon, "Small City of Character", charming locks or even theBétineuc pond, ideal spot for a family stopover!
The V3 itinerary
Identical to V2 up to Calorguen (Mottay lock) and continues towards St-André-des-Eaux, Quiou and Plouasne, then towards Saint-Méen-le-Grand. This route makes you discover, with a few pedal strokes, the Country of the Faluns by an old railway line and roads with little traffic (be careful, vigilance is still required).
This territory is full of discoveries such as the Gallo-Roman villa of Quiou, the castle of Hac or the House of the Faluns.
The maritime bike
La Vélomaritime® : This route linked to Eurovélo 4 (Roscoff – kyiv) runs along the coast of the English Channel to reach the North Sea. Capes, cliffs, beaches... and the sea as far as the eye can see.
From Tréméreuc join Matignon by small roads.
Take a break at the ruins of the Château du Guildo in Créhen and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Arguenon estuary. Then continue to Erquy. You alternate roads, then rocky points, moors and beaches bordered by turquoise waters... here you are in the heart of the Grand Site of France Cap d'Erquy – Cap Fréhel. We promise, the many panoramas will reward your efforts on the beautiful coasts!
From Cap Fréhel to Sables-d'Or-les-Pins and even as far as Erquy: a magnificent route with a sea view awaits you. The bikes having their own lane, the route is perfectly safe. Nevertheless with its many small hilly roads, it is an ideal route for sporty cyclists or electric bikes!