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Normandy Bike Tours


Cycle from the historical city of Bayeux along the coastline to the charming port town of Honfleur on our Normandy bike tours. Delve into the history of this important region of France, from its medieval past to the Second World War. Pay your respects to fallen soldiers at the war memorials on Utah and Omaha beaches.

Continue inland to the Pays d’Auge, home of calvados, camembert and half-timbered villages. As you pedal through the quaint French countryside dotted with apple and pear trees, pop into a calvados farm to see how the region’s famous brandy is made.

To find out more about our Normandy cycling holidays, call our cycle experts. And remember, all our cycling holidays are ABTA and ATOL protected.

Why Book With Us?

  • 40 years' creating tailor-made holidays
  • Crafted by experts who love cycling
  • Boutique hotels and gourmet dining
  • Local support in destination
  • Luggage transferred between your hotels
  • Fully serviced hybrid and e-bikes
  • ABTA & ATOL protected

Our Top Accommodation in Normandy

Explore our boutique and hand-picked accommodation in this wonderful region. Rest assured you’ll sleep like royalty on our leisurely cycle tours.

Normandy Cycle Routes: Countryside

Things to Do in Normandy

Bayeaux on a Normandy cycling holiday


Rich in history, Bayeux is home to the 70-metre-long tapestry, the 13th-century Roman Catholic Bayeux Cathedral and the Museum of the Battle of Normandy. Walk through the narrow, medieval streets learning more about Normandy’s fascinating history.

Honfleur on a Normandy cycling holiday


This charming port town has been a popular haunt over the years, from Monet and Boudin to Parisian families. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Old Harbour was one of the most important commerce and exploration ports. Expeditions to Newfoundland, Brazil and Québec City began here.

Cuisine on a Normandy cycling holiday

Normandy Cuisine

A regional favourite, Marmite Dieppoise comes from Dieppe but this seafood has spanned the Normandy coastline. Consisting of local cider, crème fraiche, molluscs, crustaceans and fish, the ingredients come together in a creamy stew. Don’t miss the regional specialities camembert and calvados, which both complement each other. Finish with a Normandy apple tart paired with crème fraiche.

4 Dishes You Have to Try in Normandy
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What our experts say

There is no better way to discover Normandy’s stunning landscape and rich heritage than by bike. Pedal inland to reach quaint, half-timbered villages where you can taste the region’s famous brandy, calvados. Don’t forget to try your fair share of camembert too!

Cycling Tours in Normandy

Inspiration for Cycling Holidays in Normandy

FAQs About Our Normandy Cycling Holidays

Normandy has great cycling along its iconic coastline. The terrain is gentle and flat which is great for taking in the historical sites and beautiful surroundings. The traffic is low and there are great cycle paths to use too.

Our Normandy bike tours run from April through to October. This is to guarantee the best weather for your holiday and to make sure all the landmarks, cafes and restaurants are open during your stay.

Our expert team will make your Normandy cycling holiday as smooth as possible from start to finish. When you book a flight-inclusive package we will provide you with all the latest travel information you need. We are also ABTA & ATOL bonded so you can book with confidence.

We have picked the best Normandy hotels along each route of our cycle tours. Not only are they convenient in location but they also offer a fantastic service and facilities.

We Can Tailor-make
a Holiday to Suit You…

We have a team of experts on hand to help you choose the perfect holiday. From a luxury cycling holiday weekend in Tuscany to a big adventure in through the Loire Valley, we’re whatever you want your holiday to be.