Cycle tourism: a trend in tune with the times

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Published on 05/07/23 - Updated on 05/07/23

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As the standard-bearer for soft mobility, cycle tourism has enjoyed a real boom in recent years. While the slow tourism and sustainable tourism trends are contributing to its growing popularity, the health crisis has also played into its hands. Many people have just left the isolation of their homes and acquired bicycles and electric bikes to make the most of their freedom. Whether it's simply a recreational activity on holiday or a full-time means of transport, cycling has won over more than 40 million French people. Furthermore, France is the world's second most popular destination for cycle tourism, after Germany, with over 9 million cycling holidays a year. Aware of our country's potential, the government intends to make France the world's leading destination for cycle tourism by 2030.

More and more people are cycling According to ESS France, there are 22 million regular cyclists in France, and a 28% increase in the number of journeys made by bicycle. The French Cycling Federation (FF vélo) adds to this figure, revealing in a study that 59% of the French population claim to cycle...

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