The Brittany region
Between the Emerald Coast and the bay of Mont Saint Michel …
Brittany, a charming region!
Our village is located less than 5 kms from the sea, between Saint-Malo and the Bay of Mont Saint Michel.
You will find many services close to your cottage: bakery, supermarket, pharmacy, doctors … and a gourmet stopover: the local cuisine restaurant “La Table du Marais”.
Very beautiful Romano-Byzantine church dating from 1899.
The town has a train station with many TER stops.
Le Mont Dol – 7km
A small cousin of Mont Saint Michel, more modest, the sea has forgotten it more than 3000 years ago. Isolated granite promontory in the middle of the marsh. Legends have blushed its cliffs and mammoths have slept at its feet.
Mont-dol could have “been” Mont-Saint-Michel, indeed before, the Celtic cults of Saint-Michel was at Mont-dol, they were moved around the year 708.
Saint-Malo – 10km
Entirely surrounded by ramparts, the corsair city will lead you to discover its secret streets, its shipowners’ houses, its animated cafes and its shops full of memories.
Walk on its ramparts and let yourself go through time.
Cancale – 12km
Its heritage is dedicated to gastronomy. The oyster sets the tone on the plate as it has shaped the basics of wearing the swell. The park stands on a thousand hectares.
The tip of the Grouin is the landmark of sailors rum. This belvedere offers you an exceptional panorama. It breathes the vertigo of the wide …
The + point :
A digital welcome booklet allows travellers to have all the necessary information in their pocket before and during their stay (practical information about their cottage and all the best addresses, restaurants, beaches, etc…)
Dinard/Saint Lunaire/Saint Briac – 20km
These mythical seaside resorts unveil their charms along their seafront.
Great beaches, coves and coastal paths follow each other to offer breathtaking views of the sea.
Dinan – 26km
Quoted medieval, city of art and history. You will be charmed by the many remarkably preserved half-timbered houses, adjoining the picturesque streets, the Romanesque and Gothic churches.
At the corner of an alley, enter the workshops of Art craftsmen: painter, sculptor, glassblower, ceramist will be happy to show you their expertise.
Le Mont Saint Michel – 33km
“Wonder of the West”, it stands in the heart of a huge bay invaded by the largest tides in Europe.
At the turn of its abbey, let yourself be surprised by marvels of medieval architecture, the forces of nature, the variations of light ….
Cap Fréhel – 50km
Its dizzying height (70 m) and the rustic landscape of moors that surround it have made Cap Fréhel one of Brittany’s most prestigious and impressive peaks.
Le Fort La Latte – 50km
An incomparable site, this castle, whose heart is a medieval garden, is perched on a rock facing the sea.