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Why Loudeac?

Loudeac, Heart of Breizh

The land of Loudéac is also called Pays de l'Oust et du Lié. The areas of language, costume and dance do not overlap completely. We can consider that the limits are: the linguistic border to the west (Pontivy country and Plin country), the Lorge forest to the north (Penthièvre), the Lanouée forest to the south (Ploërmel country), and Méné to the north .

Federal Week

it is an important gathering of more than 12,000 French and foreign cycle tourists who come to discover Loudéac, its region, the Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany, and this while respecting the rules of safety, the environment and others road users

Federal Week is ...


• 10,000 Participants, including 5,000 women and families
• 21 countries represented
• 500 participants in cyclo-discovery
• 400 MTB participants
• 18 host towns on the region’s routes
• 5,000 to 7,000 Cyclotourists every day in the host towns
• 100 to 120 times around the earth in 10 days
• 1,500 volunteers
• 350 guests
• 100 Exhibitors in the Federal Village (bicycle, partners and regional products)


• 3,500 temporary camping pitches
• 1,500 Participants staying with locals
• 400 Participants housed in Collective sites


• 10,000 meals served in the evening
• 3,000 breakfasts
• 500 casks of cider and beer
• 5,000 guests at the giant Thursday picnic at the Abbaye de Bon repos


• 2 days and actions dedicated to young people in the city
• Activities at the 18 reception points
• Festivities in Loudéac and the Federal Village
• Reception and specific action for people with disabilities
• Excursions organized every day for the guides
• Tourist hikes for walkers
• 2,500 to 3,000 breakfasts