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Cycle paths and green ways

Cycle paths and green ways

Fun and freedom - safe cycling! Finistère has about 500 km of cycling paths.

'Voies vertes'

A voie verte is literally a green way, a route that is not used by motorised vehicles, but is instead specifically for walking, cycling, jogging and horse-riding. They are used by locals and tourists alike.
These green ways are usually fairly flat, well-surfaced and have convenient practical extras such as benches for an occasional rest and signposts to keep you on track. As well as being safe, these green routes are wonderfully practical for families and those with limited mobility who want to explore the countryside safely and peacefully.

'Véloroutes'

A véloroute is a route for bikes that can be tackled in stages or in one go, linking various areas and regions on routes that provide good conditions and surfaces for cyclists. A véloroute usually takes you through pleasant environments, safely and without too many detours or ups and downs!

Signposting

Pannonceau voie verte

Avoie verte is reserved for pedestrians and non-motor users such as cyclists. Horse-riders can use a Voie Verte as long as the signpost includes a symbol showing the horse-rider.

Pannonceau cheval

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