3, 2, 1, go!The White Marsh by bikeOn the edge of the bay, between land and sea
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3, 2, 1, go!

The White Marsh by bike

Pedal along the Duchess Anne’s Dyke from Saint-Benoit des Ondes to the Sainte-Anne Chapel, with a view of the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay. Your path will be punctuated by sights and wonders!

An authentic meeting

with the Bay of Mont Saint Michel

Pure cycling pleasure !

Here is a very nice ride that this 20 km bike ride.Yes you will not see the kilometers go by, first because it’s all flat and then especially because you will take a lot of eyes. Marshes, biez, greenway, Mont Saint Michel, crops in shambles …

The greenway, kingdom of the cyclist

On the seaside, you take the air of the open sea between the visit of the Moulin de la Ville Es Brune and a stop in the small town of Hirel to discover the sand yacht. The Bay of Mont Saint Michel, classified as a UNESCO heritage site, is one of the most beautiful bays in the world, enjoy the exceptional panorama.

A land of milk and honey where everything grows!

The Marais Blanc is the dried out part of the marsh located just behind the Duchesse Anne dike, the dike that has frozen the current coastline since the Middle Ages. It is part of the marsh of Dol which covers 12 000 hectares. It is made up of land composed of marine alluvium and clay that gives it its light color. Located below sea level, water control is a priority here. The marsh is crossed by several kilometers of biez or navigation canals that used to transport wood, reeds or fodder when the roads were impassable! Rich lands of light color where everything grows, from cauliflower to potatoes through all root vegetables. Everywhere you will be able to stock up on good vegetables and in all seasons, producers practicing direct sales.

From small stone bridges to locks along the biez

In the southern part, you go along the Biez du Milieu, a channel that drains the marsh at this location below sea level, with typical reedbed landscapes that are home to special wildlife. Numerous stone bridges (granite) built to cross the main biez mark out the landscape, like those of Rosais and La Goutte. They have a rather high architecture which allowed in the past the passage of barges. The middle biez, 3.5 km long, is delimited by 2 locks at its ends. The very ingenious system of gates for the management of water levels is managed by the Syndicat des Digues et marais.


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