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Looking for route Calais to Saint Malo

Looking for a route from calais to saint malo none toll roads with overnight stops.
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Time Mile Instruction For Toward
Summary: 319.1 miles (4 hours, 49 minutes)
09:00 0.0 Depart Calais on Rue Paul Bert (West) 54 yds
09:00 0.1 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto Boulevard Jacquard 0.4 mi
09:01 0.4 Turn RIGHT (West) onto Boulevard Léon Gambetta 0.6 mi
09:02 1.0 Road name changes to Pont Gambetta [Boulevard Léon Gambetta] 76 yds
09:02 1.0 Road name changes to Boulevard Léon Gambetta 98 yds
09:02 1.1 Road name changes to Pont Jourdan 65 yds
09:02 1.1 At roundabout, take the FOURTH exit onto D940 [Rocade Sud] 0.5 mi
09:03 1.7 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto Ramp 0.2 mi A16 / Tunnel Sous la Manche / Boulogne / Calais
09:04 1.9 Merge onto A16 [E15] 20.4 mi
09:21 22.3 *Toll road* At exit 29, stay on A16 [E402] (South-West) 43.3 mi A16 / E402 / Amiens / Rouen / Paris
09:58 65.6 At exit 23, take Ramp [Échangeur d'Abbeville-Nord] (RIGHT) onto E402 0.6 mi A28 / E402 / Abbeville-Centre / Le Tréport / Rouen / Le Havre
09:59 66.2 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto A28 [E402] 45.7 mi A28 / E402 / Le Tréport / Rouen / Le Havre / St Valéry S/S / Le Crotoy
10:38 112.0 *Toll road* Keep RIGHT onto Ramp [E44] 45.4 mi A29 / E44 / Le Havre / Caen
11:17 157.4 *Tollbooth* Stay on A29 [E44] (South) 10.8 mi
11:27 168.2 *Toll road* At exit 3, stay on A29 [E44] (South-West) 9.9 mi A29 / Deauville-Trouville / Caen
11:35 178.1 *Toll road* Keep STRAIGHT onto Local road(s) 0.8 mi A13 / E46 / Lisieux / Caen
11:36 178.9 *Toll road* Merge onto A13 [E46] 5.6 mi
11:41 184.5 Stay on A13 [E46] (South) 4.8 mi
11:45 189.3 *Toll road* At exit 29A, stay on A13 [E46] (West) 20.1 mi A13 / Dozulé / Caen
12:02 209.5 At exit 31, keep RIGHT onto Ramp [Porte de Paris] 0.3 mi Périphérique Sud / Alençon / Rennes / Cherbourg / Mondeville / Z.I. Caen Canal
12:03 209.8 Take Ramp (LEFT) onto N513 0.3 mi Périphérique / Alençon / Rennes / Cherbourg / Z.A. Mondeville
12:03 210.1 Keep STRAIGHT onto Ramp 0.2 mi
12:04 210.3 Road name changes to N513 [N814] 2.7 mi
12:07 213.0 Road name changes to N814 [Périphérique] 5.0 mi
12:13 218.0 Road name changes to E401 [N814] 43 yds
12:13 218.0 At exit 9, keep RIGHT onto Ramp [Porte de Bretagne] 0.1 mi Porte de Bretagne / Vire / Saint-LÔ / Le Mt-St-Michel / Rennes / Bretteville S/Odon / Verson
12:13 218.1 Keep LEFT to stay on Ramp 0.1 mi Bretteville S/ Odon / Verson
12:13 218.2 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto A84 [E401] 56.2 mi N175 / Le Mt-St-Michel / Rennes / Villers-Bocage / Vire / Z.I. Verson
13:01 274.4 Road name changes to E3 [E401] 6.7 mi
13:06 281.0 At exit 34, take Ramp (RIGHT) onto E401 [D975] 28.5 mi St Brieuc / St Malo / Le Mont-St Michel / Pontorson
13:34 309.5 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto D137 6.6 mi N137 / St Malo / Dinard / Châteauneuf d'I. et V. / Barrage de la Rance
13:41 316.1 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N137 [Rue du Général Patton] 0.9 mi
13:43 317.0 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N137 [Rue de la Marne] 0.8 mi
13:45 317.8 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto D126 [Rue des Grèves de Chasles] 0.4 mi
13:46 318.1 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D126 [Quai de Trichet] 0.3 mi
13:46 318.4 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D126 [Chaussée Éric Tabarly] 0.3 mi
13:47 318.7 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto D126 [Quai Saint-Louis] 0.2 mi
13:48 318.9 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto D126 [Quai Saint-Vincent] 174 yds
13:48 319.0 Keep RIGHT onto Ramp 65 yds
13:48 319.1 Turn LEFT (West) onto D1 [Esplanade Saint-Vincent] 54 yds
13:48 319.1 Road name changes to Porte Saint-Vincent 32 yds
13:49 319.1 Arrive St-Malo

SUMMARY
Driving distance: 319.1 miles
Although not exactly as you asked but you can easily keep off the toll roads.
Overnight camping in abundance.


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Have a look at - www.viamichelin.co.uk - and click on the 'Economical' choice.
Calais to St Malo - 318 miles and no tolls.
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And here without toll roads

Time Mile Instruction For Toward
Summary: 320.9 miles (6 hours, 10 minutes)
09:00 0.0 Depart Calais on Rue Paul Bert (West) 54 yds
09:00 0.1 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto Boulevard Jacquard 0.4 mi
09:01 0.4 Turn RIGHT (West) onto Boulevard Léon Gambetta 0.6 mi
09:02 1.0 Road name changes to Pont Gambetta [Boulevard Léon Gambetta] 76 yds
09:02 1.0 Road name changes to Boulevard Léon Gambetta 98 yds
09:02 1.1 Road name changes to Pont Jourdan 65 yds
09:02 1.1 At roundabout, take the FOURTH exit onto D940 [Rocade Sud] 0.5 mi
09:03 1.7 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto Ramp 0.2 mi A16 / Tunnel Sous la Manche / Boulogne / Calais
09:04 1.9 Merge onto A16 [E15] 18.9 mi
09:20 20.7 At exit 31, keep RIGHT onto Ramp 0.2 mi St Omer / Desvres / St Martin-Boulogne / Centre Hospitalier / C. Cal de l'Inquétrie
09:20 20.9 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N42 0.2 mi
09:21 21.1 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto Rue de la Caucherie 0.5 mi
09:22 21.7 Turn LEFT (East) onto D341 [Route de Desvres] 1.4 mi
09:24 23.1 Turn RIGHT (South-West) onto D234 43 yds
09:25 23.1 Bear LEFT (South) onto D240 [Rue de la Bouverie] 1.6 mi
09:27 24.7 Bear LEFT (South) onto D240 1.7 mi
09:30 26.4 Turn LEFT (East) onto D240 [Rue du Village] 0.1 mi
09:30 26.5 Turn RIGHT (South-East) onto D240 [Rue du Château] 0.1 mi
09:31 26.7 Bear RIGHT (South-West) onto D240, then immediately turn LEFT (East) onto D901 [Route de Paris À Calais] 14.9 mi
09:53 41.6 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D901 4.6 mi
10:00 46.2 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D901 [Route Nationale] 5.5 mi
10:09 51.8 Road name changes to D1001 [Route Nationale] 6.8 mi
10:18 58.5 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D1001 9.6 mi
10:33 68.2 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto A28 60.6 mi
11:24 128.8 Road name changes to E402 [D6028] 5.6 mi
11:31 134.5 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto D18 E [Avenue du Grand Cours] 4.9 mi D18 E / E46 / E402 / A13 / Elbeuf / Le Mans
11:38 139.3 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D18 E 2.7 mi
11:40 142.0 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto A13 [E5] 6.0 mi A13 / E46 / E402 / Le Havre / Caen
11:45 148.0 At exit 24, keep RIGHT onto Ramp [Échangeur de Maison Brûlée] 0.2 mi Caen / Alençon / Bourgtheroulde / Pont Audemer
11:46 148.2 Road name changes to E402 [D438] 0.5 mi
11:47 148.7 Keep STRAIGHT onto N175 [Route Nationale] 21 yds
11:47 148.7 Road name changes to D675 [Route Nationale] 4.9 mi
11:55 153.6 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 15.0 mi
12:20 168.6 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 [Rue du Président Georges Pompidou] 131 yds
12:21 168.7 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 0.4 mi
12:22 169.1 Turn LEFT (West) onto D675 [Quai de la Ruelle] 6.0 mi
12:32 175.1 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 [Route de Beuzeville] 1.2 mi
12:34 176.3 At roundabout, take the FIRST exit onto D675 9.3 mi
12:48 185.6 Take Ramp (LEFT) onto A132 0.2 mi A13 / Caen / Rouen / Paris / Lisieux
12:48 185.9 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto A13 [E46] 5.1 mi A13 / Dozulé / Caen
12:53 191.0 At exit 29A, keep RIGHT onto Ramp [Échangeur La Maie Tondue] 0.1 mi La Maie Tondue / Villers S/Mer / St-Pierre S/Dives / Falaise
12:53 191.1 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto D675 14.9 mi
13:15 206.0 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 [Route de Caen] 0.6 mi
13:16 206.7 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 3.0 mi
13:21 209.7 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto D675 [Route de Rouen] 1.5 mi
13:23 211.2 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto N513 0.4 mi
13:24 211.6 Keep STRAIGHT onto Ramp 0.2 mi
13:25 211.8 Road name changes to N513 [N814] 2.7 mi
13:28 214.5 Road name changes to N814 [Périphérique] 5.0 mi
13:34 219.5 Road name changes to E401 [N814] 43 yds
13:34 219.5 At exit 9, keep RIGHT onto Ramp [Porte de Bretagne] 0.1 mi Porte de Bretagne / Vire / Saint-LÔ / Le Mt-St-Michel / Rennes / Bretteville S/Odon / Verson
13:34 219.6 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto A84 [E401] 56.2 mi Villers-Bocage / Vire
14:22 275.8 Road name changes to E3 [E401] 6.7 mi
14:28 282.5 At exit 34, take Ramp (RIGHT) onto E401 [D975] 28.5 mi St Brieuc / St Malo / Le Mont-St Michel / Pontorson
14:55 310.9 Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto D137 6.6 mi N137 / St Malo / Dinard / Châteauneuf d'I. et V. / Barrage de la Rance
15:02 317.6 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N137 [Rue du Général Patton] 0.9 mi
15:04 318.5 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N137 [Rue de la Marne] 0.8 mi
15:06 319.2 At roundabout, take the SECOND exit onto N137 [Boulevard des Talards] 0.5 mi
15:07 319.7 At roundabout, take the THIRD exit onto N137 [Boulevard de la République] 0.5 mi
15:08 320.3 Turn LEFT (West) onto N137 [Chaussée du Sillon] 0.5 mi
15:10 320.8 Road name changes to D126 [Quai Saint-Vincent] 10 yds
15:10 320.8 Keep RIGHT onto Ramp 76 yds
15:10 320.8 Turn RIGHT (West) onto D1 [Esplanade Saint-Vincent] 32 yds
15:10 320.9 Road name changes to Porte Saint-Vincent 32 yds
15:10 320.9 Arrive St-Malo

SUMMARY
Driving distance: 320.9 miles


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319.1 miles (4 hours, 49 minutes)
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. . . 4 hours 49minutes - what motorhome can go that speed to match that time ?

. . from experience you'll be lucky to do 100 mile in 4 hours without a stop
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Sorry vic, route taken from map point with car settings.
I did remove the info from the bottom of the page.

There are so many sources to find routes nowadays it is so easy.


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319.1 miles (4 hours, 49 minutes)
Dave p
. . . 4 hours 49minutes - what motorhome can go that speed to match that time ?

. . from experience you'll be lucky to do 100 mile in 4 hours without a stop
100 miles in 4 hours ? 25 miles an hour ? Slooooooow.
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If you are in a rush then use toll roads, if not......then do your own thing......its what your motorhome is for.

Break 'new' ground find that secret little aire feel special as you are the only one to use your own route.

I'm not signing anything.

The two impulses in travel are to get away from home, and the other is to pursue something - a landscape, people, an exotic place. Certainly finding a place that you like or discovering something unusual is a very sustaining thing in travel.
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buy a sat nav the only way to go
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