3. Reach the Armorica Regional Natural Park in no time
Heather-covered moorland, hillsides covered in typical ‘bocage’ landscape of fields and hedges, rocky coastlines shaped by the sea, peaceful estuaries etc. One quick spin of the pedals will take you deep into the wild landscapes of the Armorica Regional Natural Park. This covers an area of 125,000 hectares between Brest harbour and the Monts d’Arrée range. With a fleet of 40 electric bikes in operation, you can make the most of this quintessential Brittany. Explore all the twists and turns of the Aulne estuary area, from Rosnoën to Landévennec. Or take a gentle ride round the Cap de la Chèvre headland on the Crozon Peninsula. Three circuits have been signposted, with others to follow. Out of season, you can opt for a long-distance cycle tour with a long-term rental.
Armorica Regional Natural Park