As a former fishing village and still greatly marked by its maritime history, Saint-Lunaire has all the charm of a family seaside resort. From the old town centre and its fishing houses to the sumptuous villas built during the resort’s former period of glory, come and discover Saint-Lunaire’s many facets!
The Boulevard de la Plage, with its luxurious captain’s houses, reminds us of the long-haul journeys made to Cape Horn. The hinterland and its old typically Breton “villages” still boasts its Newfoundland fishing houses.
Classified as a Historical Monument, the town’s old Roman church will delight all history enthusiasts. Nearby, the old city centre and its narrow streets will charm visitors. Saint-Lunaire kept numerous traces of its seaside resort history, such as the Grand Hotel which overlooks the main beach and imposes itself with its massive architecture.
Hikers can catch the GR 34 route at Nick Point, owned by the Conservatoire du Littoral and home to rare fauna and flora. Do not miss out on the Décollé Point and its eclectic villas, offering a breathtaking 360° view over the Saint-Malo Bay, from the Privateer City to the Cap Fréhel.
For the sportiest among you, Saint-Lunaire has many leisure facilities to have fun and do some sport: sailing, surfing, tennis, etc. The four beaches are supervised during the summer and classified under the Pavillon Bleu label, for the delight of families and those who wish to relax.