Entre la Côte d’Émeraude et la baie du Mont Saint Michel …
Our village has about 2300 inhabitants and offers many services: doctors, pharmacy, nurses, physiotherapist, postal services, municipal library, supermarket, gas station, lavomatic, bakery, hairdresser, .... And a gourmet stopover: the restaurant "La Table du Marais".
Very beautiful Roman-Byzantine church dating from 1899.
The town is well served by public transport (coaches, buses, ...) and has a train station (with many stops TER).
The little addition to 10 mn: order your seafood platters at La Perle des Grèves
The Mont Dol (7 km)
A little cousin of the more modest Mont Saint Michel, the sea forgot it more than 3000 years ago. Promontory of granite isolated in the middle of the marsh. Legends reddened his cliffs and mammoths slept at his feet.
Cancale (12 km)
Its heritage is dedicated to gastronomy. The oyster sets the tone in the plate as it shaped the basics of wearing swell. The park stands on a thousand hectares.
The pointe du Grouin is the landmark of sailors of rum. This belvedere offers you an exceptional panorama. One can breathe the vertigo of the open sea and admire the island of the moors, ornithological reserve, where nesting gulls, cormorants, tadpoles and oystercatchers.
Saint Malo (10 km)
Entirely surrounded by ramparts, the corsair city will lead you to discover its secret streets, its owners' houses, its lively cafes and shops full of memories. Stroll along its ramparts and let yourself be carried away through time.
Dinard/Saint Lunaire/Saint Briac (20 kms)
These mythical seaside resorts reveal their charms along their waterfront. Large beaches, coves and coastal paths follow one another to offer breathtaking views of the open sea.
Combourg (26 km)
City of character, where lived Chateaubriand ... visit its castle, that some say today haunted by man!
The Mont Saint Michel (33 km)
"Wonder of the West", it stands in the heart of an immense bay invaded by the biggest tides in Europe. At the bend of its abbey, let yourself be surprised by prodigies of medieval architecture, the forces of nature, the variations of light ....
Cap Fréhel (50 km)
Its vertiginous height (7o m) and the rusticity of the scenery of moors that enclose it have made Cape Fréhel one of the most prestigious and impressive points of Brittany.
The Fort La Latte (50 km)
Unrivaled site, this castle, whose heart is a medieval garden, is perched on a rock facing the sea.
Dinan (26 km)
Medieval city, city of art and history. You will be charmed by the many half-timbered houses remarkably preserved, adjoining the picturesque alleys, the Romanesque and Gothic churches. At the corner of an alley, enter the workshops of artisans of Art: painter, sculptor, glass blower, ceramist will be happy to show you their know-how.
Anglo-Norman island accessible by ferry from Saint Malo for a detour "so British"!