Le Tronchet and its surroundings
Dinan: the listed Town of Art and History of Dinan is known for its enthralling houses with their colourful timbering. Encircled by ramparts over a full three kilometres and overlooking the Vallée de la Rance, stop off to admire the Château de Dinan, the town’s most iconic monument.
Dinard: a seaside resort basking on the Emerald Coast, Dinard’s beautifully preserved Belle Epoque architecture captures hearts and minds. Set off on one of the many coastal walks you’ll find here, strolling down the Promenade du Clair de Lune, over to the Pointe du Moulinet headland, or along to the Pointe de la Malouine headland. Gaze out to sea on one of the Emerald Coast’s most gorgeous beaches.
Saint-Malo: no stay on the coast would be complete without a trip to the pirate town of Saint-Malo. A renowned seaside resort surrounded by ramparts, the town centre is an absolute gem, home to a castle, narrow winding cobbled streets, well-kept old buildings, and plenty to leave you speechless.
Saint-Suliac: far from the frenzy of the coastal beaches, Saint-Suliac is a little fishing village on the banks of the River Rance, an enchanting, traditional place that is listed among France’s most beautiful villages.
Combourg: known as the cradle of Romanticism, the town of Combourg exudes all the flair and charm of the French poet Chateaubriand.
Water sports, tubing, golf course, cycling, tennis, sand-yachting, swimming, and more.
Food & drink
Seafood, Dinan lamb, Breton galette, fish, cider, and more.