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Each beach on Dinard’s Côte d’Émeraude’s 20 kilometres of coastline has its own features.

Many of them are supervised during the summer season and beach clubs welcome children from age 3 during summer holidays (and sometimes All Saints holidays in October).
If you are looking to relax on a quiet beach, little-known coves located in preserved nature areas are perfect for you. You will find them by following the GR34 hiking trail.

Large beaches or small coves, discover our fine sandy beaches and choose your favourite!

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Plage du Tertre Pelé
Plage du Tertre Pelé

This small beach is nestled at the bottom of the Dinard Golf, it offers a stunning view on the green and the golfers.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage de Port Hue
Plage de Port Hue

Port Hue beach is bordered by the famous Saint-Briac-sur-Mer golf course and the Douaniers trail.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage du Rieul
Plage du Rieul

It is the ideal place for the wintering of pleasure boats.

Lancieux

Plage de la Grande Salinette
Plage de la Grande Salinette

With its Château du Nessay and typical beach huts, La Salinette beach offers authentic charm and breathtaking views over the bay of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage de la Fourberie
Plage de la Fourberie

Close to Dinard, along the beach of Port Blanc, its exposure offers a privileged setting for tanning lovers.

Saint-Lunaire

Plage de l
Plage de l'Islet

This beach is a small natural port and offers a sheltered and protected space facing Saint-Briac-sur-Mer.

Lancieux

Plage de la Roche Morin
Plage de la Roche Morin

Situated along the GR34 coastal path, this beach is not a meeting place for swimmers, but offers hikers a stunning entrance to the Bay of Beaussais.

Lancieux

Plage de l
Plage de l'Écluse

On the beach at l'Écluse, the heart of the resort beats as soon as the first rays of sunshine appear, or in rough weather when the waves break on the seawall, forcing us to respect and admire this grandiose spectacle.

Dinard

Plage du Prieuré
Plage du Prieuré

Calm and relaxation for this vast family beach nestled at the bottom of the bay of Le Prieuré, in front of Port Breton Park.

Dinard

Plage de la Petite Salinette
Plage de la Petite Salinette

Also bordered by typical white cabins, this beach host the Saint-Briac Yacht-Club. Access by the Chemin des Essarts.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage de Longchamp
Plage de Longchamp

Large waves and the absence of disturbing currents make it a beach very popular with surfers, which is why there are two surf schools.

Saint-Lunaire

Plage de la Buglais
Plage de la Buglais

Next to the Lancieux golf course, the Buglais beach is the place where fishermen find themselves on foot.

Lancieux

Plage du Perron
Plage du Perron

Enjoy the beach du Perron and, when the tide goes up, walk along the sandy strip that connects the beach to the islet of Le Perron.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage du Port aux Chevaux
Plage du Port aux Chevaux

Neighbouring the Perron beach, this small beach, only accessible by the walking path GR34, will charm you by its tranquility.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage de Saint-Sieu
Plage de Saint-Sieu

The main beach of Lancieux, it is, for nearly a kilometre, the family's playground.

Lancieux

Plage de Saint-Énogat
Plage de Saint-Énogat

In the centre of the Berceau de Dinard, Saint-Énogat beach is reached by walking along the Jules Verne fountain. This beautiful beach is lined with villas no less majestic than those on the Pointe de la Malouine.

Dinard

La Grande Plage
La Grande Plage

Accessible by the city center, it is the perfect family beach!

Saint-Lunaire

Plage de la Cerisaie
Plage de la Cerisaie

First beach after crossing the Frémur's bridge, the beach offers a view of Saint-Briac-sur-mer and its villas on Boulevard de la mer.

Lancieux

Plage de Port-Blanc
Plage de Port-Blanc

Last beach of Dinard, it marks the junction with the city of Saint-Lunaire.

Dinard

Plage du Béchet
Plage du Béchet

At the beginning of the boulevard du Béchet, bordered by beautiful villas, go down on the hold of the Béchet and get to the beach colored by her cabins with "fifty shade of blue".

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage du Rocher
Plage du Rocher

Nestled between the hold of Lancieux and Pointe du Rocher, this beach offers a breathtaking view!

Lancieux

Plage de la Garde
Plage de la Garde

Not far from the Pointe de la Garde Guérin and the Dinard Golf course, the Plage de la Garde is a cove with fine sand and a rather discreet feel.

Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

Plage Les Briantais
Plage Les Briantais

Completely uncovered at low tide, this beach is a unique place to take a stroll in the heart of a totally unspoilt natural environment.

Lancieux

Plage de la Fosse-aux-Vaults
Plage de la Fosse-aux-Vaults

A small beach accessible by the coastal path from Pointe du Nick, appreciated by its calm.

Saint-Lunaire