top of page

Why cycling Normandy is so special

Cycling in Normandy is special for several reasons.

Firstly, Normandy offers a variety of breathtaking landscapes and picturesque routes in a variety of different and varied landscapes. From undulating hills, rolling countryside and charming villages to stunning coastal roads, cyclists in Normandy can enjoy a diversity of scenery throughout their rides. The region's dynamic landscapes and designated bike tracks (there are more to enjoy each year) cater to bikers of all levels, making it an ideal destination for both leisurely rides and challenging routes.

Secondly, Normandy is steeped in history and culture, providing cyclists with ample opportunities to explore historical sites from medieval to contemporary and cultural landmarks along their routes. For example, cyclists can visit the D-Day landing beaches, which played a significant role in World War II. The region is also known for its unique towns and villages, where cyclists can take a break and immerse themselves in the local culture, cuisine, and traditions.

Normandy is also famous for its delicious gastronomy, and cycling through the region allows cyclists to discover and indulge in its culinary delights. Normandy is known for its cider and calvados as well as notable cheeses (Camembert, Pont L'Eveque, Liverot and Neufchatel). Experiencing the local cuisine while cycling through the beautiful landscapes of Normandy adds an extra level of enjoyment and pleasure to the journey.

Cycling in Normandy is special because of its diverse and stunning landscapes, opportunities to explore historical sites and cultural landmarks, and the chance to indulge in the region's exquisite cuisine. Normandy has something to offer cyclists of all standards.


Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
bottom of page