Cancale and the bay of Mont Saint Michel
From the Pointe du Grouin to Saint-Malo :
The coast that extends from the point of Grouin to Saint-Malo is a succession of rocky points and coves exposed to the violence of the prevailing winds and swells. It is a splendid coast, still very wild, where gorse and broom fall in cascade on the steep cliffs. You can admire it by boat or by crossing the GR 34, which follows the old customs road. The tip of the Grouin offers the magnificent panorama of the Bay of Mont St Michel.
Cancale is located on the coastal road of Mont Saint Michel. Renowned for centuries for its famous oysters is classified site remarkable taste. Its bouchot mussels are the only ones in France to benefit from a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). Between the Port de la Houle and the Pointe du Grouin, a superb path runs along the steep coast and allows you to discover the famous rock of Cancale and the Fort des Rimains. Cancale is also the home of the famous chef Olivier Roellinger with the house of spices, the cooking school Corsaire and pastry "the grain of vanilla". Cancale bay Mont St Michel offers a different angle with fabulous lights and spectacular views according to the rhythm of the tides.
Mont St Michel :
The Marvel of the West is just 50 minutes from Saint-Malo by road.
Do not miss to visit the beautiful millenary abbey or offer a guided walk at low tide in the bay. You will discover the Mount and can admire the fauna and flora so special of the place. You can get there by the fast lane and return by strolling along the coast along the salt meadows and oyster beds of Cheruaix and Vivier sur mer.