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More than 1700 km of cycling routes in France

The Scandibérique is the French part of EuroVélo 3, a route linking Trondheim (Norway) to Santiago de Compostela (Spain). It covers more than 1700 km and cross 20 departments, 4 regions and large cities like Paris and Bordeaux. This journey offers the freedom to experience pleasures that are as simple as they are essential, to make multiple urban or heritage discoveries, to fulfill a quest for well-being and reconnection...

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Scandibérique also accompanies The Flow Vélo towards “the bubbles” of Angoulême. In the heart of the Bandiat valley, the “Coulée d'Oc” greenway reveals itself to the rhythm of its countryside and small villages steeped in Romanesque art. Shortly after Chazelles and its Quéroy caves, the route branches off towards Angoulême along the Touvre. It is particularly good here to take the time to approach the astonishing sources of this river, fed by underground water. Moreover, Angoulême will be for comic book lovers much more than a stopover, a real pilgrimage to the heart of the 9th art!

Then, after having stocked up on bubbles by following the unmissable route of painted walls, you will have to follow the thread of La Scandibérique. It peacefully crosses Angoulême via the Coulée Verte, a real river corridor along which small ports and locks pass, Cognac and Pineau hillsides. Châteauneuf-sur-Charente requires a stop. The end of this first stage by bike between Charente and Bordeaux continues through the heart of the vineyards to Barbezieux-St-Hilaire.