Discovering île d'Orléans by bike

Travel reviews
3.5 / 5 - 14 reviews


Duration: 3 to 5 hours
Schedule:  From 9 a.m to 6 p.m
Season: May 16 to October 12
Location: Motel Ile d'Orleans

At just 15 minutes from Quebec City, Ile d'Orleans is an enjoyable destination to explore by bike, with circuits ranging from 10 to 67 km. This beautiful island is sure to charm you with its romantic scenery and 17th-century architecture.

Cycle through vineyards and sample local wines, cheeses and other specialties right at the farm. Experience the authentic Ile d'Orleans!

Admire magnificent landscapes against the backdrop of the St. Lawrence River, discover picturesque villages and enjoy a unique view of Quebec City with its historic centre.


Season 1 adult Electric bike (1 adult) 1 adulte + 1 siège bébé 1 adulte + 1 girafe Tandem (1 ad + 1 ado) Tandem (2 ad)
Season (2023) £38 £54 £66 £58 £61 £61

** Charging station nearby: 
- Desjardins bank - L'Île d'Orléans: 1 charging station -  Level  2
- Saint-Pierre - Tourist office: 1 charging station - Level 2
- Saint-Laurents church : 2 charging stations - Level 2


507 route Prevost, Saint-Laurent-de-l'île-d'Orléans, (QC)

Travel reviews

Travel reviews

3.5 / 5 according to 14 reviews
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Genial !

Anne Conter Monday September 5, 2022

(Translated by Google) Great to discover the island by bike.
The bike rental company gives you precious advice in order to discover the island as well as possible and to be able to stop where you want.
We were able to taste cider, do a wine tasting, stop at the chocolate factory, see the most beautiful viewpoints...
Brilliant experience!

To choose, we would have visited the island without the bikes

Aurélia Muller Wednesday August 24, 2022

(Translated by Google) Disappointed with the island tour by bike. Apart from the southern tip towards Sainte Pétronille which is accessible by bike via small quiet country roads, the rest of the island is served by a single common road with cars. Not very pleasant to cycle with cars passing by at 70 km/h!
Too bad, because the island is pretty with its typical villages, its vineyards and its blackcurrant crops.

Belle Iles with local producers

Anonymous Monday August 22, 2022

(Translated by Google) Not suitable with (or for) children
It feels like riding a bike on the side of a national road