Travel light on the Loire à Vélo
Loire à Vélo
We transfer your luggage on the Loire à Vélo
Forget your heavy and cumbersome luggage during your outings, take with you only the essential and enjoy the comfort of finding your suitcases at your destination.
Bagafrance accompanies you during your ride on the Loire à Vélo by taking care of your luggage transfer from Nevers to Saint-Brévin, on the Atlantic coast.
The Loire à Vélo route
The last wild river in Europe, the Loire extends over 1000 km. The main route of the Loire à Vélo follows the course of this majestic river for 900 km to allow travelers to discover all the charms of the Loire Valley.
In Nevers, the river and the route head north then west to arrive at Orléans and Blois from where additional routes of the Loire à Vélo allow you to reach the castles of Chambord and Cheverny. A few kilometers after Blois stands, overlooking the river, the castle of Chaumont whose park hosts each year an international garden festival. The route then reaches Amboise and its royal castle and Clos Lucé, known to be the last home of Leonardo da Vinci. A signposted itinerary invites you to join Chenonceau and the route of Cher à Vélo.
The traveler then discovers Tours, then Saumur passing by the castle of Villandry or the Abbey of Fontevraud. The route then serves Angers before joining Nantes and the Atlantic Ocean.
Traveling along the Loire à Vélo
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Loire Valley is holds many promises for the traveler. Venture into the "Valley of the Kings" discovering the many castles and historic monuments that testify to the historical importance of the region. The hillside villages and their tufa stone houses invite you to stroll in their old cobbled streets and sometimes discover surprising troglodyte houses. The surrounding countryside is full of vineyards and wineries that wine lovers will be eager to visit before tasting the local gastronomy.
With family or friends, the Loire by bike is a destination that offers many points of interest in the heart of a preserved natural area.