La Rochelle, between land and sea


From the Middle Ages to the present day, La Rochelle has made the most of its geographical location to expand and prosper its territory. The city’s keen business sense enabled it to gradually establish itself as an almost essential port on the Atlantic seaboard, which also gave rise to ambitions, particularly with the royal authorities in the 17th century, the date of Richelieu’s Great Siege. Discover the rich history and culture of this city, which is often described as « beautiful and rebellious »!

  • Duration: 3h/3h30
  • Departure point: Meet in front of the Beach Bikes du Belvédère, opposite the Pont de l’Île de Ré, rue Raymond Lavenue, 17000 La Rochelle (free parking nearby).
  • Please note: Bike hire is not included in the price.
  • Guide: Maxime
  • Maximum 10 people per tour
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Dates subject to availability:

  • Monday to Sunday
    • 9.30am-12.30pm: La Rochelle, between land and sea
    • 2pm-5pm: La Rochelle, between land and sea


Recommended equipment: during the summer, it’s best to bring a hat, sunglasses and possibly a small bottle of water to protect yourself from the heat. In winter, bring a coat and hood to cover up against the cold and rain!



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