Coastal cycle route – V65: Le Pradet > Carqueiranne

The Parcours Cyclable du Littoral (V65 of the Schéma National des Véloroutes et Voies Vertes) allows you to cover most of the Var coastline by the coast or inland, following the route of the old Provence railway.

The Parcours Cyclable du Littoral crosses 20 communes in the Var.
To take this route is to discover the diversity of the landscape, the richness of the flora and an exceptional coastal area.
The route is constantly being extended with new developments. To date, 92 km of the 120 km have been developed on this route, including 77 km of exclusive right-of-way.

Check the state of the route by consulting the legend on the map of the chosen route.

The section of the Parcours Cyclable du Littoral, Pont de la Clue / Avenue Ganzin, crosses the commune of Le Pradet in two-way exclusive right-of-way over a length of 4.25 km. And a section on Avenue Jean Moulin in the direction of La Garde, with a planned and then existing exclusive right-of-way over a length of 1 km.

- Pont de la Clue (boundary with the commune of La Garde) : Junction of avenues du Général Brosset, du Commandant Houot and Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny.
- End of Avenue Ganzin, near the Diligence roundabout, on the border with Carqueiranne.
- At the intersection of Avenue Alain Le Pead and Avenue Jean Moulin, take the latter in the direction of La Garde on the planned exclusive right-of-way and then on the existing exclusive right-of-way, over a length of 1 km.

- 1 water point is located halfway along this section, on avenue Alain Le Leap, near the Bastidons roundabout.
- A 2nd water point is located at the rest area, avenue Ganzin, near the Esquirol roundabout.

- Various parking lots in the town center

- Cycle path: dedicated area reserved for two- or three-wheeled cycles, indicating to pedestrians and drivers of other vehicles that they are not allowed to use or stop on the path (with the exception of emergency vehicles, firefighters, police, service vehicles and, on certain stretches, authorized residents and moped riders). In the absence of sidewalks or passable shoulders, non-motorized users (pedestrians, rollerbladers, people with reduced mobility, etc.) must use the left-hand side of the roadway.
- Voie verte: a dedicated area reserved exclusively for non-motorized vehicles and pedestrians (with the exception of emergency vehicles, fire departments, police, service vehicles and, on certain sections, authorized residents and moped riders).
When the competent police authority also decides to authorize the circulation of horse riders, the sign is completed by the "M4y" sign designating horse riders.
- Shared site: lane shared by different users, whether motorized or not.

- Cap Garonne Mining Museum
- Coastal footpath
- Esquirol Mill

Further information

  • Marked


  • Not recommended in bad weather
  • Open air

Spoken languages

  • French

Comfort / services

  • Car park
  • Bike hire
  • Mountainbike hire
  • Bike repair


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