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Medieval town of art and history in the heart of the Valley of Rance surrounded the oldest ramparts of Brittany. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages by browsing cobbled streets lined with houses with wood sides. (Every two years it held the prestigious festival of the ramparts).
Discover the wealth of its vast heritage: the castle dating from the sixteenth century with its museum, the clock tower, the Basilica of St Saviour Church of Saint Malo, Rue Jerzual, The English Garden with its panoramic views Viaduct and the Port of Dinan …
Below, the Port of Dinan and its old bridge is the ideal starting point for beautiful walks, bicycle, horseback, kayak or boat.

Saint Malo

Saint Malo, city of pirates of the emerald coast and city flagship tourist destinations in Britain.
Founded in the twelfth century and surrounded by ramparts from 1754 meters long.
The heart of its walls called “Intramural” offers many cultural treasures: its history museum, castle, cathedral Saint Vincent, old streets …
Faced with these ramparts, forts stand on offshore islands like The Petit Be or the Fort National.
The island of Grand Bé, accessible at low tide, where the tomb of Chateaubriand
St Malo is also the theater of many major events, such the Route du Rhum and the Transat Québec / Saint-Malo, every four years.

Les Bords de Rance

The valley of the River Rance in its maritime section, is one of the most characteristic estuaries of the region. While large areas are discovered at low tide, the place becomes an arm of the sea at high tide. Dinan or Dinard to St. Malo, towpaths and footpaths are worth seeing! During your walks you will discover picturesque villages and magnificent malouinières, varied in nature and wildlife, as well as remains of our history (Mills tides drydock The Landriais, Viking encampment of St Suliac, etc …).


About fifty minutes, Mont Saint-Michel is located in the department of Manche in Normandy and face the world heritage of UNESCO, as its namesake bay.
The rock on which hangs an abbey, is connected by a pedestrian bridge to the mainland. The parking lot is accessed by shuttle Wonder free access or on foot.
An extraordinary day waiting punctuated by historical discoveries, cultural and architectural. Do not miss a walk on the ramparts where you can contemplate the rise of the sea which is done “at the speed of a galloping horse” as the saying goes.

Pointe du Grouin

Five minutes from Cancale, this peak is recognizable by the presence of his semaphore and serves to draw the starting line of the race of the Route du Rhum.
The parking area allows to leave the car for the magic of an exceptional discovery.
The point of Grouin is a rocky outcrop, preserved and wild, overlooking the sea 40 meters and breathtaking in its splendor. The look does not tire to follow the line that extends from Cape Freels to Granville via the Mont Saint-Michel, off the islands Chausey. A path allows to go at low tide, explore a cave in the cliff. Opposite the island of Landes is an ornithological and botanical reserve.
Exposed to the winds, the place is invigorating almost refreshing.

Fort Lalatte

At forty kilometers in the direction of Cap Frehel in front of which it is located, Fort la Latte is the name given to the tip and the castle.
The construction granite, dating from the fourteenth century, becomes the seventeenth strategic bastion: both very accessible from the sea, it is close enough trade routes linking St Malo, Normandy and the Channel Islands. A visit revives the atmosphere of centuries past and we quickly understand why this place has been featured in several movies. History buffs will love, for sure.
Take the coastal path will join the Cap Frehel off for a ride 1h30 where marine and plant animals offer a permanent show..

Cap Fréhel

Anyone who ventures to the cliffs of shale and red sandstone feels the power of the place.
Less than an hour away, Cap Frehel is an exceptional site. Get there is to plunge into the atmosphere of Brittany between land and sea, and keep forever the impression.


At twenty-five minutes drive away, Dinard is a seaside town on the Emerald Coast, whose charm invites to linger as well as visits.
Four main beaches – Priory beach of the Lock, St Enogat and Port Blanc – are directly accessible. Other, smaller size can be discovered along the coastal paths. Easily passable, they offer stunning views of Saint-Malo and Cézembre island.
Dinard has the label “City of Art and History” and is famous for its villas which are a significant architectural heritage.
His British Film Festival organized since 1990 in October, honors Alfred Hitchcock.


Forty minutes of Saint-Samson sur Rance, discover with delight the jewel of the Emerald Coast and let yourself go to the most diverse sensations. On the port of Houle, take the time to tasty iodinated times Cancale has been long known for its oysters and shellfish.
From the port you can reach the coastal footpath. The view on the Mont Saint-Michel is a marvel.
Cancale is a mythical bay and discover the city “from above” is a beautiful testimony of owners of old.