The French part of EuroVelo 3, called "La Scandibérique", with its 1.700 km of routes, represents the longest cycling route in France. Starting at the Belgian border, the itinerary follows the Sambre and Oise valleys and then the Route Stevenson along the canal, passing through Île-de-France, the Loire valley and Poitou, to reach Gascogne, with its pine forests and vineyards. The route finishes in the Pyrenees at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, the confluence of the St. Jacques de Compostella paths.

National & Regional Information

Vélo & Territoires

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

The Vélo & Territoires network gathers local authorities committed to cycling development in France. At the heart of Vélo & Territoires’s attention are the development of cycling and more precisely of cycle routes, greenways and cycle tourism in France. They support the project stakeholders with expertise, good pratices exchange, national advocacy and representation.

+33 9 72 56 85 05

France Vélo Tourisme

France Vélo Tourisme is the French national website for promoting long distance cycle routes. The website has specific pages for all the 'ready-to-cycle' EuroVelo routes with maps, points of interest and other useful information.

La Scandibérique

The Scandibérique crosses France diagonally to offer you its most iconic landmarks: its terroirs and capital city. In France, the Scandibérique therefore invites you to discover its showcase and back kitchen. It is a trip through the heart of France, offering a discovery of the peacefulness of its valleys and glowing cities, tasting its best wines and succumb to the most beautiful jewels of its cultural and historical heritage.