Bike, extension-leg or little queen… Each cycling enthusiast will have his or her favorite name. However, if there is a route that knows how to make everyone agree, it is the Indre à Vélo!
At the crossroads of the Loire à Vélo, Saint-Jacques à Vélo, the Tour de la Creuse à Vélo and La Vagabonde, this route is a must for bicycle lovers.
Let yourself be guided !
National cycle route, the Indre à Vélo is at the crossroads of many cycle paths and extends over no less than 300 kilometres... Between Touraine and Berry, we take you to discover one of the most endearing valleys of the Loire Valley! With a level of difficulty from “very easy” to “medium”, the Indre à Vélo lends itself to all your desires. The route that connects Bréhémont to Chambon-sur-Voueize, via Azay le Rideau, Loches, Châteauroux, La Châtre and Saint-Priest-la-Marche, allows several stages and also links several cycling loops. From bucolic paths to unmissable sites, this cycle path will not fail to surprise you...
To the adventure !
Pedaling under the canopy, crossing changing landscapes, feeding on unusual encounters shaped by chance, tasting the hospitality of the regions of France and discovering a grandiose heritage, all this in slow mode... that's what we like to experience. on the occasion of a half-day excursion or a tour over several days! Stopovers and visits are not lacking along the Indre à Vélo: the Château d'Azay le Rideau, the Fortress of Montbazon, the Royal City of Loches, the village of Chédigny classified as a remarkable garden, the Collegiate Church of Châtillon sur Indre, the Abbey Church of Saint Genou, the Convent of the Cordeliers and the Parks of Châteauroux, the House of George Sand in Nohan, the Château de Boussac… There are so many things to admire. All that remains is to decide which will be your favourite!
Enjoy your stay on the Indre à Vélo!