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Bike rides

for lovers of cars with soft mobility

“When we used to leave early in the morning
When we used to go out on the roads
On a bicycle…”

Whether you’re coming to Fécamp for the first time or returning, we’re sharing our tips for a successful stopover.

For a stay

on two wheels

Welcome to Fécamp!

When you abandon the car for the bike, you discover the territory around you in a different way.
With 2 Véloroutes and 2 bike tours, the destination Fécamp invites you to slow down and take time to stroll through the Cauchoise countryside.

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Le Tour de la Seine Maritime à vélo

Our advice

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The Accueil Vélo Label guarantees a quality welcome and services along the cycling routes for cyclists on their journey.

The Accueil Vélo label guarantees that cyclists will find an establishment:

  • Located less than 5 km from a cycling route,
  • With facilities adapted to cyclists: bicycle parking, repair kit, water point,
  • With a warm welcome (practical information, advice, itineraries, weather, etc.).

A piece of advice to help you plan your route? Need water? Need to recharge your batteries or that of your electric bike? Be welcome in our reception offices.

 

Along the

Linen Bike Route

in relaxation mode

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The Véloroute du Lin itinerary immerses you in the heart of Cauchoise Normandy, dotted with flax fields, ponds and fish farms. Starting in Fécamp, reach the charming village of Valmont along the river of the same name on a bike path.

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 75 km
    • Start: HAUTOT-SUR-MER,
    • Arrival: FECAMP,
  • Equipment: Parking, Picnic area, Benches, Rest stop, WC, Bike rack,

  • Facilities : Greenway, Shared path

Did you know?

Normandy is the leading flax-producing region in the world.

In fine weather, the flax fields are covered with a beautiful soft green carpet. Nature will offer you a magnificent and ephemeral show during June at the time of flowering: an ocean of blue flowers unfolds then for one to two weeks.

The ideal time to ride the Flax Bike Route!”

Along the

Velomaritime

in sport mode

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The ideal cycling route for cyclists looking for an escape, a challenge, cultural and gastronomic discovery: the Vélomaritime!
Lining the Albâtre Coast, it will lead you to the destination Fécamp. Want to see the mythical cliffs of Etretat from Fécamp?
The route takes small hilly roads, between cliffs and countryside.
Prepare your calves or favor the electric bike!

  • Difficulty: Difficult
  • Distance: 180 km
    • Start: Le TREPORT,
    • Arrival: LE HAVRE,
  • Facilities : Greenway, Shared lane, Bike lane

Good to know:

The “Itinérance 76” bike point, located in the heart of the village of Sassetot-le-Mauconduit, welcomes tourists on bikes : Halfway between Dieppe and Le Havre, this maintenance workshop is equipped:

  • VAR specific professional tools, for an express repair;
  • A room that can accommodate six cyclists, for a well-deserved break;
  • A washing and inflation station, to pamper your mount!

Practical information:
10, rue des fusillés du 10 juin 1940 à Sassetot-le-Mauconduit
Francis Guérin / francisguerin2008@orange.fr / +33 (0)6 22 85 05 25

It is not only

the two wheels

to discover our destination
Are you ready to

pedal?

Discover two beautiful valleys by bike:

  • The Ganzeville Valley is remarkable for its woods and biodiversity. Its preserved natural character will enchant nature lovers, who are looking to get off the beaten track.
  • The Valmont Valley invites you to discover its ponds and the rich agricultural plateaus that overlook it. The villages crossed will give you their historical heritage.
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The FAQ

From the little cyclist

  • Who should I contact to report a degraded trail?

    The Suricate website or app allows you to report problems you encounter while hiking.

    An error in marking, a defective sign, a pollution problem, a need for security, a conflict with a landowner or other hikers… Fill out the form, locate the problem, take a photo and send.

    Your report will be transmitted via the Suricate network and processed by the local correspondent.

  • Where to picnic?
    • On the beaches of the Small and Large Dalles, Saint-Pierre-en-Port, Fecamp and Yport: find yourself a flat pebble and enjoy the view!
      But watch out for the gulls prowling around!
      (We remind you that our food is indigestible to these birds)
    • At the picnic tables provided for you:
      • In the valleys of Senneville-sur-Fécamp and Vaucottes;
      • At Cap Fagnet, Fécamp;
      • A Yport, above the Casino,
      • Along the Véloroute du Lin, to Valmont and beyond;
      • A Valmont, near the fishpond.

     

    We thank you for keeping our beaches and picnic areas clean by taking your trash away, and appreciate you trying to reduce it.

  • What to do with your waste?

    The best waste is the waste we don’t produce.
    We encourage you to choose the products you use carefully.

    Pick up and take your trash with you. You will find public trash cans as you pass through our villages. If these are already full, we invite you to save your waste until the next one!”

    Some benchmarks:

    • A handkerchief: pollution > 3 months.
    • A cigarette butt: pollution > 1 to 5 years.
    • A fruit peel: pollution > 3 months to 2 years.
    • A plastic can or bottle: pollution > 100 to 500 years.
  • What are the useful numbers?
    • SMUR / EMERGENCY – 15
    • POLICE EMERGENCY / GENDARMERIE – 17
    • FIREFIGHTERS – 18
    • SEA RESCUE – 196
    • DEAF AND HANDICAPPED – 114
    • PHARMACY ON GUARD – 3237
    • PHARMACY PHYSICIAN – 3624
    • HÔPITAL DES HAUTES FALAISES – 02 35 10 90 00
    • CENTRE ANTIPOISON – 08 00 59 59 59
    • OFFICE INTERCOMMUNAL DE TOURISME – 02 35 28 51 01
    • WASTE COLLECTION – 02 35 10 48 48
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