The EuroVelo 6 has a new dedicated website - lots of new informations

The EuroVelo 6 - Atlantic-Black Sea route has a new dedicated website. The new website, developed under the 'Danube Cycling Project', adds points of interest, detailled stages descriptions, a service section and information for the national partners.

The EuroVelo 6 - Atlantic-Black Sea is probably one of the most popular route of the EuroVelo network. It connects three of the biggest European rivers: the Loire, the Rhine and the Danube river. Combined with good infrastructure and a flat topography, this makes for a comfortable journey from Nantes in France to Constanta in Romania, passing through 10 different countries.


Listed on this new dedicated website, you will now be able to find points of interest along the EuroVelo 6 route. Be it natural or cultural heritage, capital cities, UNESCO sites, festivals or culinary delights, the EuroVelo 6 cycle route has something for everybody. You will find them listed all together in an easy to use widget or seperated by stages, the other new addition to the EuroVelo 6 website. The stages along the route offer a description of the routes used, as well as the points of interest in that stage. You can now see them displayed on a convenient map.


Also new on the website is a service section. This section will list cycle events, bookable offers and guidebooks and maps linked to the EuroVelo 6 cycle route. This section will be regularly updated to reflect the newest developments around the route and should offer a good overview to the cycle tourists of events along the route.


The new website is live as of now and ready to use in three languages (English, French and German) under the following link: http://www.eurovelo.com/en/eurovelos/eurovelo-6