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Love to explore on two wheels? We’ve teamed up with Brittany Tourism to give away a fantastic short break in Brittany, where you’ll have the chance to cycle part of the spectacular Vélomaritime Cycle Route.

Velomaritime Cycle Route Brittany France CREDIT Emmanuel Berthier
Photo: Emmanuel Berthier

The French region of Brittany is well-known for its stunning coastline. From sandy beaches to dramatic cliffs and charming seaside towns, there is a strong maritime culture here that weaves through the entire area. The sea provides a wide range of great activities such as SUP, kayaking, wild swimming, sailing and more, as well as breath-taking views and, of course, delicious seafood.

Photo: Emmanuel Berthier

One of the best ways to appreciate this wild coast is by bike, and, in particular, following part of the Vélomaritime Cycle Route. The entire route is 1,500km long, running all the way from the English Channel to the North Sea and crossing three regions of France. And that’s just the French section of an even bigger, multi-country route, the EuroVelo 4, which spans an enormous 5,100km from Western France to Ukraine.

Photo: Noé C. Photography

The Vélomaritime Cycle Route hugs the north coast of France and is broken up into small stages, making it the perfect choice to dip into for a cycle mini-break. Cycling the stages around Saint-Malo and Cancale gives you a taste of quintessential Brittany, passing by the beautiful beach at Saint-Malo, stunning rock formations and sculptures, historic settlements and the pretty port town of Cancale, where you can sample their famous oysters. 

Photo: Thibault Poriel

The Prize

The lucky winner of this competition will receive a two-night getaway for two people in Brittany – staying in either Saint-Malo or Cancale – including breakfast, with the opportunity to cycle up to two stages of the beautiful Vélomaritime Cycle Route.

The return ferry trip from Portsmouth to Saint-Malo is also included, with an en suite cabin and bike transport. 

Ready to grab your bike? Simply fill out the form below to enter the competition. Good luck!

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