The EuroVelo 4 is one of the 15 cycling routes of the European EuroVelo network. Connecting Roscoff in France to Kiev in Ukraine, it crosses five other countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland.


In France, La Vélomaritime (the French portion of the EuroVelo 4) follows the coast of the English Channel all the way to the Belgian border, from Brittany to the Hauts-de-France region.

Over more than 1,200 km, the route crosses legendary sites such as the Pink Granite Coast, Mont Saint-Michel, the D-Day beaches, the cliffs of Etretat, the Somme Bay and the Opal Coast.







Eurovélo 4






The itinerary connects to other major cycling routes



In France, La Vélomaritime crosses 2 other European routes:

• the EuroVelo 1 in Roscoff - La Vélodyssée

• the EuroVelo 5 in Calais - Via Romea (Francigena).

La Vélomaritime also crosses French cycle routes:

• L'Avenue Verte London Paris,

• La Véloscénie,

• La Vélo Francette.


Accommodation for cyclists (accueil Vélo) :


B&B accommodation

Holiday accommodation






For a break between 2 stages, treat yourself to a getaway to the Channel Islands, a little corner of England.

La Vélomaritime passes near the port in Barneville-Carteret where you can board a ferry for Jersey, Guernsey, Herm, Sark or Alderney.

>> Discover the Channel Islands