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Loire à vélo

Loire à Vélo is the bike path along the Loire from Nevers to the mouth of the river in St Brevin-les-Pins (44). It is passable in 2 directions 800 km long and is the West of Eurovélo section 6, the largest cross bike in Europe.

The Loire by bike through the Region Centre and the region of Pays de la Loire, owners of the brand "La Loire à Vélo".

The steps in the Loire à Vélo rarely exceed 40 km, this corresponds to approximately four hours of cycling (the rhythm factor) at a very low altitude: 190 m to 800 km.
The route is fully marked, without any difficulty.

It exists in Loir et Cher (41) a cycling loop collateral:
that of Castles Cycling snaking around Blois and to discover the castles of Blois and Chambord through Vineuil Huisseau, la Chaussee St Victor and St Dye sur Loire.

Blois is located at the junction of sections Muides / Blois for upstream
(2 possible routes) and Blois / Beuvron Cande on to downstream.
This route is accessible to everyone, children and parents, lonely, couples, and groups.

The Hotel de France & Guise is located next to the castle of Blois, in the pedestrian streets of the historic center of Blois, 50 m from the route of the Loire à Vélo.


- Blois downtown

- Elevators

- Free wifi

- New Beds

- Next to a public parking



Stopover hotel Loire à vélo 41 Blois (Loir et Cher) -
The chateaux of the Loire by bike

The hotel is comfortably furnished, (elevator, new bedding, 18 TV channels), it has several types of rooms from 1 person up to 5 people for family rooms. Breakfast is hearty continental. The welcome is friendly and professional, handled directly by the owners, Annie and Jacky Barilleau.
FREE Wifi throughout the hotel - FREE Bike Parking available. We welcome groups. We propose a formula b & b and a perfect picnic basket option for your next step on the Loire by bike.

Hotel de France et de Guise • 3 rue Gallois • 41000 Blois • France • Tél 02 54 78 00 53 • Fax 02 54 78 29 45  •  Mail : hotel@franceetguise.com

Hotel Loir-et-Cher 41 - Val de Loire UNESCO