This gentle cycling holiday includes all that we love about Brittany and more.

A dramatic and rocky coast with wide sandy beaches, medieval streets, a rural landscape sometimes wild and always beautiful, seafood in abundance, small towns that charm and hotels with character - not to mention the wonderful local food. Add the rarity of Mont St Michel, the pedallers delight in a flattish terrain and a string of fascinating towns with oodles of time to explore them and you have something we think is difficult to beat.

For further details of your route, see classic hotel itinerary and luxury hotel itinerary.

Holiday details

Price from
Classic £1,155 per person based on two people sharing a room
Luxury £1,855 per person based on two people sharing a room
Extras included
There are no extras, however you’ll love what’s included as standard
Duration
8 nights
Start & Finish
Starts daily and is circular from St Malo. St Malo is 3 hours by TGV from Paris Montparnasse station and is a major ferry port. Dinard St Malo airport is a 20 minute taxi ride
Hotels
Classic Small hotels, 2 chambre d'hotes, a sea front restaurant with rooms and a small lakeside hotel
Luxury A varied mix of a 4 star hotel, a small boutique hotel, a 3 star hotel, a family run 4 star chateau hotel, a country house hotel and a stunning 15th Century boutique b&b
Activity level
Gentle cycling (2) More info...
Self-guided
This tour is priced without a guide and you are free to explore on your own.  If you would like a guide for part or all of your trip, we are happy to provide a knowledgeable, local guide
Electric bikes
Not available
Mileage
6 days of cycling 6 - 25 miles (10 - 40 km) per day
Terrain
Flat with two hills
Traffic-free
33% very low traffic on the rest
Options
  • Additional nights en route
  • Add: horse riding , kayaking, sailing a vintage boat and a guided wildlife tour by 'train' in St Michel Bay
  • Combine this holiday with one of our tours in Dorset by taking the ferry from St Malo to Poole where we meet you

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