There is great variety in Brittany which is what makes it so interesting for cyclists, you have the coastal areas which are slightly flatter in Finistere in the south, the west coast dominated by high cliffs and in northern Brittany you have a rich mix including the beautiful pink granite areas.
Inland Brittany offers verdant hills, long canals and rivers along with plenty of lakes many of which offer excellent cycling opportunities.
This is a very useful website for mountain biker’s bretagne-rando.com, it is available in French, English and German. You can see at a glance where the rides are, it gives grades and distances so you can assess suitability and also shows other complimentary possibilities such as hikes, horse riding, even walks which are suitable for push chairs. Furthermore it is constantly being updated, so have a look at bretagne-rando.com and plan your Brittany holiday mountain bike outings.
There are no huge mountains in Brittany, Mont d’Arrée at 348 metres is the highest summit, so cycling in the Breton countryside is very pleasant and suitable for all the family. Even cycling along the verdant country lanes on holiday in Brittany
can be enjoyable.