The Loir Valley by bike.
The Loir Valley by bike (bicycle route V47) is a tourist route for short rides and long routes by bike following the River Loir. The route lets you discover picturesque little villages in a calm, natural and lush setting, far away from the main hubs.
320 kilometres long, the Loir Valley by bike starts at the source of the Loir in Saint Eman near lliers-Combray and comes to an end close to Angers, where it joins the Loire by Bike.
You can get your Loir Valley by Bike Card at the Tourist Information Office.
Santiago by bike
Santiago by bike is a long route via Chartres and Tours (bicycle route V41) which follows roads with little traffic and green pathways. This pilgrimage route is greatly appreciated by cyclists thanks to its gentle slopes and calm roads, for the most part paved.
Junctions with other roads also let you come to SNCF train stations and the major Jacobean sites.
You can get your Santiago by Bike Card from the Tourist Information Office.