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La Vélo Francette from Pont d'Ouilly to Flers through Condé-sur-Noireau

[ Cycle routes La Vélo Francette - From Normandy to the Atlantic by bike ] [ La Vélo Francette, the Orne valley by bike from Ouistreham to Domfront ]
  • 33.5 km
  • intermediaire Level Intermediate

Connecting Pont-d'Ouilly to Flers, this bucolic stage through the Suisse Normande area takes you beside the Noireau River, through a valley marked by steep sides, as far as Condé-sur-Noireau. You then leave the valley via a very steep track. Approaching the Mont de Cerisy, the véloroute becomes gentler on the calves as you head on to the town of Flers and its château.

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The route
From Pont-d'Ouilly, you follow stretches on quiet roads shared with motorised traffic, going along the Noireau River up to Condé-sur-Noireau. Leaving Condé-sur-Noireau, the route is very steep. Then the way takes you along quiet but hilly roads up to Flers. This stage requires a fair amount of physical effort.

Tourist offices
Flers tourist office
2 Place du Dr. Vayssières
61100 Flers
+33 (0)2 33 65 06 75 - otsi.flers@wanadoo.fr

 

SNCF Train Services
Flers train station: on the regional TER line Paris/Granville – Stops at: l’Aigle, Surdon, Argentan, Briouze, Flers
www.ter.sncf.com/basse-normandie

 

Buses
Line n°25 - Flers > Saint-Bomer-les-Forges > Domfront > Lonlay-l’Abbaye
Cap Orne  : +33 (0)2 33 81 61 95. Bicycles can be carried in the hold if there is sufficient space. Check with the operating transport company: +33 (0)2 33 65 61 61 www.vtni61.fr

 

Markets
Flers: Wednesdays and Saturdays

 

Don’t miss
Pont-d'Ouilly: Guinguettes (riverside restaurants) along the banks of the Orne
Condé-sur-Noireau: the print museum
Mont de Cerisy-Belle-Etoile: Covering 105 hectares, reaching a height of 276m,  the Mont Cerisy is covered with a brightly coloured coat in May as the rhododendron bushes reveal their pink, purple and mauve flowers.
Flers: In the heart of town, the château grounds stretch across 7 hectares around a lake, offering a quiet spot for a walk or a pause in the centre of town.

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