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Paddle In France: 6 Best Cycling Routes!

Paddle In France: 6 Best Cycling Routes!

Home to one of the most prestigious Grand Tour of Cycling, France has a rich cycling heritage. It features one of the world’s most famous cycling tracks. Here you can marvel at the physiology of other athletes, titter at cycling fans running to the side of the mountain and can also admire the beautiful landscapes of the country.

If you are soon going to paddle in the country, here are popular destinations you can look:

Alsace- Route Des Vins:

Making a stretch between France and Germany, Alsace is a place mixed with culture and people coming from indomitable characters.  Here you will feature various types of wines, customs, and more of various cultures and people.

Besides, it’s also one of the most popular destinations of cyclists. Ride on the winding roads passing through vineyards and other historic towns or travel along the small winding roads that pass through the colorful vines.

Take a stop to the Andlau, take a stay at the church’s frieze or soak rustic charm of France’s most beautiful villages.

Burgundy: The Hautes Cotes And The Vallee De Louche:

\gundy is the old world wine region having some of the best recreational cycling tracks on the planet. The towns are small with no heavy truck traffic and lots of good wine. Cycle to the northwest starting from the Beaune to the Ouche Valley to get the most spectacular view of the place.

Head along the quiet roads that pass through the Bessey-en-Chaume and Nantoux. Just keep in mind that the terrain would be hilly from some parts offering a perfect path to any level of cyclists.

Complete your ride with a loop track that will take you to the wooded valleys and on small farms. The finish point of cyclists- the magnificent castle of Chateauneuf is one of the prettiest places in France.

Etape Du Tour- Albertville To Val Thorens:

From Albertville to Val Thorens, get set to paddle to the most famous Etape du Tour 2020. It’s a timed event that runs every year by the Tour De France Organizers. While the exact route changes every year, it’s always between mountain stage in the Alps and the Pyrenees.

You will climb to the Albertville from the Col De Meraillet to the Bourg St Maurice. Amidst,  you will also encounter a lesser-known destination, called Cote du Longefoy having uneven gradients for up to 10 Km.

Dolomites, Northeastern Italy:

Imagine cycling to the jagged, snow-carved mountains, lush green valley’s filled with wildflowers; it’s a place with natural wonders. The Dolomites are located within Austria and the Venice with the track The Grande Strada Delle Dolomiti makes perfect for biking tours.

The track features some of the most famous towns, including Cortina d’ Ampezzo, multicultural Bolzano and more. Besides, the track is filled with the collection of architectural places like Santa Maria Della Salute, Piazza San Marco, the Gallerie dell’Accademia, and more.

Provence- Petit Luberon:

If you want to enjoy the well-trod trail, cycle to the Provence, and discover the hidden gems. Start from the heart of the Pettit Luberon valley and ride along the sea.

The track will pass from the beautiful village of the Bonnieux before going to the downhill.

Atlantic France- Route Du Sel On Ile De Re:

Nestled between Brittany and to the Vineyards of Bordeaux, Ile De Re is one of the most popular Island along the French Atlantic coast. The trip features the most impressive biking routes along the sea to the preset bike routes.

Head for this most scenic ancient salt road and head to the top and back of the Island. Amidst, you will cycle to the virtually untouched villages like Saint-Clement des Baleines or La Couarde.

If you are heading for an adventure in France, the above were some of the most common places popular for cycling.