SAINT-MALO AND ITS SURROUNDING


 Dinard, Cancale, the banks of the Rance and the Mont-Saint-Michel


WHAT TO DO IN SAINT-MALO?


The historic centre, enclosed within its ramparts, offers a maze of small streets in which it is good to walk or get lost.

Saint-Malo has kept many features of its island past.  The historic centre is surrounded by three beaches, each with its own charm: the very large Sillon beach is ideal for walks.

The Môle beach has long been frequented by Malouin families from the inner city who like to meet there.

The Bon Secours beach has a seawater swimming pool and an authentic diving board, which has always been popular with children. There is also an open-air bar where you can enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine facing the sea.


 

Mimosa in Saint-Malo

 

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"Spring in Brittany is milder than in the vicinity of Paris, and blooms three weeks earlier."

Chateaubriand

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DINARD AND THE RANCE RIVER


Dinard, an old seaside resort and tourist town, elegant and family-oriented, is also worth a visit. All along the Emerald Coast, Cancale, Saint-Briac and Saint-Lunaire will allow you to discover a Brittany that is both marine and rural.

If you are a lover of the Middle Ages, you will probably be charmed by the medieval city of Dinan. Leaving Dinan, you can also follow the banks of the Rance river which will lead you through magnificent and varied landscapes. A stopover in Saint-Suliac, awarded the label "most beautiful villages in France" is highly recommended.

Last but not least, let's not forget the proximity of the picturesque bay of Mont Saint-Michel and the Mont Saint-Michel itself!

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