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Nature and heritage

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Dinan-Cap Fréhel is THE authentic nature destination without filter or artifice that has traveled the centuries. Sometimes architectural, luxuriant, spectacular, animated, sometimes monastic, intimate and wild, it also reveals an exceptional ecological and horticultural richness. In summer and winter alike, let yourself be carried away to destinations for totally natural walks to discover a well-sheltered fauna and flora in an exceptional setting.


City of Art and History, Dinan is the first fortified city in Brittany by the length of its ramparts. The port of Dinan, in the heart of the Rance valley, is an ideal place for walks, bike rides, horseback rides or boat trips.

Discover the exceptional heritage of Dinan, its historical monuments (16th century castle with its museum, the artist’s house of La Grande Vigne, the clock tower, the St Sauveur basilica, its old cobbled streets including the Jerzual which teems with artists’ studios without forgetting its half-timbered houses…

Saint Malo

Founded in the 12th century, the unmissable corsair city is surrounded by 1754 meter long ramparts.
A historic city, it has many surprises in store for visitors: cultural treasures and natural beauty of the Emerald Coast.

Port city par excellence and cultivating its nautical image, St-Malo is the scene of many major events, such as the Route du Rhume or the Transat Québec/Saint-Malo, every four years.

St-Malo is also a city that must be discovered step by step at the pace of a stroll full of interest and unusual.


Nestled at the mouth of the Rance, Dinard is a famous seaside resort coveted since the 19th century, first by the English charmed by its climate.
During the “Belle-Epoque”, it became the leading seaside resort in France.

The “moonlight promenade” allows you to discover the many villas by the sea.

The city offers a full range of prestigious facilities: arts center, casino, thalassotherapy centre, Olympic seawater swimming pool, golf course, etc


Yesterday as today capital of the oyster!

Along the port of La Houle, many restaurants offer fresh fish from the bay and savor seafood, especially oysters raised in the oyster beds of Cancale.

Mont Saint Michel

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mont-St-Michel and its abbey overlook the immensity of the shores of the bay.

Day and night, it would be a shame not to take advantage of its proximity to visit it.

Do not miss

Fort La Latte and the magnificent cliffs of Cap Fréhel, Combourg and its castle, the typical villages of the Rance valley and the banks of its canal, Rennes, the capital of Brittany….