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At the crossroads of the Loire à Vélo and Scandibérique cycle routes

The Scandiberique cycle route in the Loire Valley and Orléans Forest

The French part of EuroVélo3, the Scandibérique cycle route links the town of Trondheim in Norway to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

It crosses a number of countries including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, France from north to south and Spain.

It begins at the Belgian border in the northern département and ends at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port.

This 1,700km cycle route is the longest in France, crossing 6 regions and 20 départements.

The safe Scandibérique cycle route is signposted for cycling and walking.

The Scandibérique cycle route is a direct link between Paris and the Loire à Vélo,
and goes through the “Val de LOIRE & FORÊET d’Orléans”.

In the Val de LOIRE & FORÊT d’Orléans, it follows the route of the Loire à Vélo along the Loire, from Châteauneuf-sur-Loire to Sandillon.
Take advantage of a stopover in Châteauneuf to visit the Musée de la Marine de Loire and the Parc du Château
In Jargeau, follow in the footsteps of Joan of Arc in the town centre or visit the Maison de Loire du Loiret.

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