Welcome to the website dedicated to the southern Seine-et-Marne section of the “Scandibérique” EuroVelo 3 bike route!
Pedal through lovely France, along this trans-European bike route
Before immersing yourself in Seine-et-Marne’s one-of-a-kind atmosphere, allow us to present the Scandibérique!
The Scandibérique is the name of the French portion of the bicycle itinerary linking Trondheim in Norway with Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Stretching 1,600 km, the Scandibérique is France’s longest bike route.
A lovely way to discover France’s exceptionally rich cultural and natural heritage.
While biking through and exploring a great diversity of landscapes, enjoy the opportunity to discover first-hand the local culture, gastronomy, arts, crafts and way of life of our beautiful country.
Biking along the scenic roads and paths of Seine-et-Marne
And speaking of beautiful scenery, there’s nothing quite like the southern Seine-et-Marne section of the Scandibérique.
Pedalling down from the Essonne department, cyclists discover an astonishing, treasure-rich valley.
For nearly 60 kilometres, the itinerary snakes along the Seine and Loing rivers.
A unique opportunity for cyclists to admire an invigorating panorama of listed forests and nature reserves.
Along the way, you’ll discover the territory’s picturesque villages and its remarkable heritage immersing you in the history of France: châteaux and castles, museums and medieval towns, ancient churches and lovely residences…