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The Indre à Vélo is a fully signposted tourist route for cyclists; between Touraine and Berry, the route connects Bréhémont (junction with La Loire à Vélo) to Saint-Priest-la-Marche (source of the Indre) and even Chambon-sur Voueize, in Creuse, via Azay-le-Rideau , Loches, Châteauroux and La Châtre. Connected to La Loire à Vélo (route from Loches to Amboise via Chenonceaux), the Indre à Vélo stretches over 280 km in the Indre valley. Crossing many typical villages, the route allows several stages. Discover the bucolic landscapes and unmissable sites at your own pace: Château d'Azay-le-Rideau, Donjon de Montbazon, Royal City of Loches, Chédigny: remarkable garden village, Collegiate Church of Châtillon-sur-Indre, Church of Saint-Genou, Convent of the Cordeliers and Parks of Châteauroux, George Sand's house, "Jour de fête" (J. Tati) in Sainte-Sévère... The Indre à Vélo also makes the link between several bike loops that can be used in the day and crosses the Saint -Jacques by bike (Tours and Vézelay routes). At its south-eastern end, the Indre à Vélo also connects to the Tour de Creuse à vélo…

The Indre à Vélo is a national cycle route (V49) which therefore makes it possible, thanks to its connections with other major cycle routes, to make very large roaming loops ...

With a level of difficulty from "very easy" to "easy", the Indre à Vélo is suitable for roaming and leisure activities. Many accommodation and bicycle rental solutions, located on the route, are offered in the Tourist Offices.

Have a good stay in one of the most endearing valleys of the Loire Valley!