Saint-Briac and its surrondings
Saint Briac: nicknamed the ‘Pearl of the Emerald Coast’, Saint-Briac is an old sailing village that embodies the essence of Brittany.
The Emerald Coast: this 40-kilometre stretch of coastline owes its name to its gorgeous turquoise waters. The perfect place to watch the tide come in.
Dinard: a Town of Art and History, Dinard is a sea-facing coastal town with a hint of British influence.
Lancieux and Saint Lunaire: seaside resorts with a host of different activities and sports to try, like kite-surfing and sand-yachting.
Saint Malo: the town’s ramparts, beaches and port offer up spectacular views.
Mont Saint Michel: the UNESCO-listed Bay of Mont Saint-Michel is a must-see in France’s Manche region. The rocky island is accessible by road or boat, and is home to sumptuous medieval architecture and its famous abbey.
Unmissable cultural hotspots :
• The Pointe de la Malouine headland, Dinard
• Saint-Enogat cemetery, Dinard
• The Le Moulinet headland, Dinard
• The Chateau du Nessay, Saint-Briac
• The La Fourberie quarter in Saint Lunaire
• The Décollé headland and its villas, Saint Lunaire
Diving, kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, hiking, fishing, golf course, tennis, swimming, cycle tourism, sailing, mountain biking, and more.
- Le Far Breton
- Les moules de bouchot et l'agneau de prés-salé de la baie du Mont Saint-Michel
- Les coquilles saint-jacques de la baie de Saint-Brieuc
- Le quatre-quart
- Le Chouchen
Dinard - Emeraude Tourism