Le Mont Saint Michel
Monument unusual, he was nicknamed “The Wonder of the West”, named most of the abbey which dominates it. Its bay is an exceptional site a UNESCO heritage site. Huge expanse of sand punctuated by the highest tides in Europe, it reveals one of the greatest French oyster and mussel farming sites.
Town of art, heritage is rich and varied: the cathedral, the castle, the walls, …
True to its past, the city is linked to major competitions such as the Route du Rhum.
A port activity and shellfish (mussels and oysters) dynamics, a renowned gastronomy, all in Cancale attracts the visitor will enjoy strolling on the port of Houle. The best ride is the one that is to follow the coastal path to the tip of Grouin.
Ideal place to stroll along a rugged coastline offering lovely seaside resorts. Its beaches, its casino, classified mansions and hues of the city walls that change as the hours …
One of the most beautiful villages in France with a port site on the edge of Rance, a set of old granite houses huddled around a churchyard from the 13th century give it a distinctive style.
Fortified Upper Town with its feudal place its keep and tranquil museum. Walking the cobblestone streets, you will admire the half-timbered facades. The viaduct allows typing on a traveling perfect backdrop.
Dol de Bretagne
Small peaceful village in medieval atmosphere with its cathedral and a walk moat offering a superb view of the Mont Dol. Its main street is lined with houses some of the oldest in Britain.
City celebrated by the author Chateaubriand with its 14th century castle and the surrounding forests that attract visitors.
His story always shines in its monuments and architecture: its castle (the oldest in Europe), the belfry, the medieval quarter and the church of Saint Sulpice. The public garden offers a superb panorama. The valleys and forests invite for a walk.
A row of windmills in the distance on foot and some fishermen on the shore of sand yachts. Coastal town with charm and a few fishermen’s houses with thatched roof. The Chapel of St. Anne from the 17th century occupies a secluded site on the edge of the bay of Mont Saint Michel. The dike of the Duchess Anne, walking path, a unique view is offered to the curious.