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Closed to shops (2 kms), the gite will seduce you by its ideal location to visit and
discover Brittany from Mont Saint Michel to the Granit Rose Coast.

Dinan, a mediaeval city and "town of art and history", lies less than 8 kms away, to the South of thr Emerald Coast. The city will guide you through its old, cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, ramparts and castle - in eternal memory of Duchesse Anne of brittany.
On a clear day, the majestic Mont Saint Michel can be seen on the horizon, just off Cancale. It rises up from the depths of the ocean, drawing you closer, inviting you to satisfy your curiosity as it gently reveals it wonderful secrets.
Discover the beauty and natural charm of the West Coast : Saint-Lunaire, Saint-Briac, Lancieux, Saint-Jacut, le Cap-Fréhel, Sables-d'Or-les-Pins and Erquy harbour, where fishermen move on foot according to the tide, filling their baskets at the water's edge, with crabs, lobsters, shrimps and all kinds of shell fish, to satisfy the appetite's of sea-food lovers. Brittany ! what wonderful adventure !
12 miles away, the elegant seaside resort of Dinard, with its superb beaches, magnificient villas, exotic vegetation, pittoresque markets and famous «Promenade du Clair de Lune» statue,conveys the Belle Epoque atmosphere vith all its ever-present British charm.
In Saint-Malo bay, where pirates and smugglers once sailed their boats, the emerald waters will enchant you and its salty spray will intoxicate you as you wander along the old port or the high ramparts, sheltered from the waves.
Stop off at the superb Pointe du Grouin, just a few minutes away from St Malo,where coastal perfumes fill the air. Then go on to discover Cancale with its oyster farms and port of la Houle. Take a stroll along the port where many small and attractive restaurants line the street and plates of succulent sea food will whet your appetite.