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.