EuroVelo 4: Guides and Maps of La Vélomaritime
For the moment, there is no official guide for the whole cycle route of La Vélomaritime, from Roscoff to Dunkirk. Here you will find guidebooks that cover sections of the cycle route.
Feel the fresh sea air at the beginning of EuroVelo 4. You will pass the famous beaches of Dunkirk, the site of a major battle and naval evacuation during World War 2, as well as visit plenty of the quaint seaside towns that this part of France is famous for. EuroVelo 4 in France connects with EuroVelo 5 - Via Romea Francigena and EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route.
The "Tour de Manche" and "Petit Tour de Manche" include the English Channel Coast to double the fun. The route will take you on a discovery of the Morlaix Bay, the 'Pink Granite' coast and the Mont Saint Michel bay, have you taste some delicious britanny 'crêpes' and cider and take a few dives in the sea. This route has a variety of undulations along the way (without posing major difficulties), and gives the cyclist the chance to enjoy both sport… and contemplation.
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.