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Dinard & Islands

The Islands of the Emerald Coast

The island of Rimains, like its Malvinas neighbors, Cézembre and Petit Bé, the island of Rimains, just 700 meters from the coast of Cancal, has always presented a great geostrategic interest. The defensive virtue of the island was exploited by Vauban, who saw it as one of the last bastions for the protection of Cancale and Mont-Saint-Michel bay.

Cézembre, only the beach south side can be visited. The island was one of the most bombed points in the world during the Second World War. Legend has it that it was in Cézembre that Maclou (Malo), one of the seven founders of Brittany, had landed from Wales after seven years of sailing. In Celtic Cézembre means: Highest Height.

La Conchée, masterpiece of Vauban, the fort still prohibited to the public, is the property of an association that tries to restore this jewel. The history of this fort is linked to that of Vauban, this impregnable granite vessel faces the long beach of Rochebonne, in the district of Paramé. The name of the fort has Greek origin "konkhê" which means the "big shell".

The Grand Bé, Chateaubriand for sole inhabitant is a small uninhabited island, accessible on foot at low tide from the beach of Bon-Secours, the Grand Bé is known by travelers and lovers of literature, to be the last home of Chateaubriand. The name of Gran Be has several theories, the most common being the Great BEY, coming from Celtic and meaning tomb or Be, in Breton.

Harbor Island, fortified rocky island of 0.18 km², located in the town of Dinard, faces the famous Place de l'Ecluse, the heart of the seaside resort. Its current name, which assumes an Anglo-Saxon origin, would in fact be a deformation of its old name, the herbaceous island.

The island of Guesclin, of its name, belonging to the commune of Saint-Coulomp, between Cancale and Saint-Malo, comes of course from the famous Breton family. An ancestor of Bertrand du Guesclin had built in 1026, an imposing castle. At the beginning of the 13th century, Jean sans Terre, king of England, bought the island which provoked the fury of the Breton princes, who will do everything to take back the rock. The English will eventually be driven out. Vauban in the middle of the 18th century transformed the medieval castle into a military fort.

Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité

Dinard "The Elegant"!

At the heart of the Emerald Coast, Dinard, facing the bay of Saint-Malo, is revealed during this romantic walk to the Clair de Lune, which meanders between the seaside villas and the sea. Launched by English holidaymakers, Dinard took off at the end of the 19th century. Neo-Gothic, Moorish or English castel, the most varied architectural styles are available. Bow-Windows, terraces and verandas to see and be seen, give free rein to any creative freedom.

You will be able to see the estuary of the Rance, with on the other bank, Solidor and its tower, the city of Aleth, witness of the German occupation. Like a stone ship, Saint-Malo surrounded by ramparts. At the end of the Pointe du Moulinet, the broad is revealed with the Petit and the Grand Bé, Cézembre and La Conchée.

Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité

From Dinard to Cape Fréhel

 

Saint Lunaire, founded in the sixth century, agricultural and marine town, before becoming a seaside resort at the end of the 19th century.

The tip of the Décollé,  which owes its name to a deep crevasse called "Trou du chat".

Saint Briac, the painters' station. Old fishing port and cabotage.

The tip of the  Garde-Guérin, covered with a ragged moor, which descends steeply into the sea. One of the most beautiful walks in the area.

The Golf de Dinard, Few golf courses can boast of such an enchanting setting, overlooking the sea.

Lancieux, a village founded by Saint Cieux, who built a monastery, between the estuary of Frémur and the bay of La Baussais.

Saint-Jacut, which takes its name from an Irish monk of the fifth century, canonized by the popular fervor, who founded an abbey on this long peninsula. Walk at low tide to the island of Ebihens, private island, where stands a Vauban Tower.

Saint Cast, which offers two immense expanses of fine sand, the large beach and Pen-Guen, as well as two more wild creeks, La Pissotte and Fresnaye. Marina, but still fishing port.

Fort La Latte, Protected by two ravines that can only be crossed by a drawbridge and surrounded by pink sandstone walls of the cape, the fort dominates the sea of ​​60m. The fort is visited. A commented circuit gives access to the dungeon, the chapel and the guardhouse.

Cap frehel : The high cliffs of shale and pink sandstone, often overlooking an emerald sea, offer a spectacle that never tires. The lighthouse, 103m high, built in 1950 carries 110 km.

Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité

The isle Angloo-Norman

From the Port of Saint-Malo or the Dinard-Pleurtuit tarmac, the "Neighbors" are the Channel Islands. Escapes in the Channel Islands.


Jersey : The largest of the Channel Islands and probably the most visited, reveals several faces. They are trendy and dynamic in St-Helier, lazy along the bays of fine sand, charming and unusual in the small paths of "green lanes", breathtaking and shameless on the vertiginous cliffs of the north coast ...


Guernesey: Victor Hugo was not wrong: the island of Guernsey, which welcomed him during his fifteen years of exile, is a land "wild and laughing", "splendid" and "strange" ... A "rock" to explore and savor while taking the time to live.


Aurigny : In the shadow of Jersey and Guernsey, Aurigny breathes the joy of living. She has digested a heavy military past and appears natural, friendly and very picturesque. The visitor is received with open arms.


Sercq/Sark : High-pitched, Sark comes from the sea; like an arid and wild land. Yet, inside, it is green, flowery and very warm. And if you took the time to discover this island to the sweetness of life without equal?


Chausey: In Chausey, the archipelago plays with the tides to multiply its islands and confuse the walker by expanding its landscapes. Normal, this sentinel of the Channel knows the strongest tides of Europe.

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Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité
Hôtel Quic en Groigne, Au coeur de la Ville close, découvrer l'Hôtel 3 étoiles, le Quic en Groigne. Hotel Niché proche des remparts et de la plage de la cité