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Mont Saint-Michel

Mont St-Michel Distance The magnificent silhouette of Mont St-Michel. The entire bay is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mont St-Michel Citadel The Mont and its abbey, set on the Brittany/Normandy border, is one of the most popular places to visit in France. Mont St-Michel Causeway Visitors can park on the causeway and surrounding sands. It does get very busy in the summer.


Dinard The Old Town of St-Malo can be seen clearly across the Rance estuary from the main beach at Dinard. Dinard Beach Sports enthusiasts are well catered for in Dinard with a variety of clubs available including serveral for sailing. Dinard Cafe Dinard is well known for its relaxed atmosphere and the pace of life around town is agreeably slow.


Dinan River Rance Dinan is just under three hours by boat from St-Malo down the ever narrowing Rance River. Dinan Rue du Petit Fort The cobbled Rue du Petit Fort climbs up from the lower port to the Old Town on the hillside above. Dinan Timber Buildings Dinan boasts one of the most well preserved medieval centres in France.


Cancale Oyster Beds At low tide the vast expanse of oyster beds are revealed on the seabed off Cancale. Cancale Port Cancale is split in two. The fishing port is separated by a slope from the Old Town above. Pointe du Grouin Pointe du Grouin, just north of Cancale, marks the western end of the Bay of Mont St-Michel.

Cote d'Emeraude

Fort la Latte Fort la Latte is located just short of the Cap Frehel headland on an isolated rocky promontory. Cap Frehel There are two lighthouses at Cap Frehel, the first was built in the 17th century with the second added in 1950. St-Cast-le-Guildo St-Cast-le-Guildo is one of a number of small picturesque resorts along the Emerald Coast.

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