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All you don’t have to miss … to Dinard Emerald Coast!

To get a change of air, we imagine ourselves going far away from all and get out into the countryside!  From 1 hour of Rennes and only 2 hours and 30 minutes from Paris, the Emerald Coast offers you breathtaking landscapes, sporting and unseen activities, experiences to live and events you don’t have to miss. From Dinard to Lancieux, going through the edges of Rance, don’t miss anything of your most beautiful experiences to live! Let us show you the way and inspire you with our escapist ideas!

Incontournable Promenade Du Clair De Lune 1

The mythical Promenade du Clair de Lune of Dinard

In the heart of Dinard, between the Pointe du Moulinet and the Prieuré beach, winds the Promenade du Clair de Lune.

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A breath of fresh air at the Pointe du Décollé in Saint-Lunaire

The seaside resort of Saint-Lunaire is an ideal mix between land and sea, between nature and water sports, between countryside and beach.

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Saint Briac (projet Cycle)

Getting lost in the alleys of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer

In the heart of the charming commune of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, a maze of small cobbled streets revolves around the parish church.

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In the heart of the natural site of Le Tertre Corlieu in Lancieux

Follow the GR34 signposting, head towards the Tertre Corlieu site and get ready to take your breath away!

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5 Incontournable Pointe De Cancaval

Idyllic hike to the Pointe de Cancaval de Pleurtuit

Looking for less travelled walking trails? Head for the Pointe de Cancaval.

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Images Aeriennes Du Barrage De La Rance

To the rhythm of the tides at the La Richardais tidal power plant

The only road crossing point between Dinard and Saint-Malo, the Rance dam is also, and above all, a tidal power plant.

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Chantier Naval De La Landriais

Unusual walk to the Minihic-sur-Rance boat cemetery

Le Minihic-sur-Rance is a village bordering the Rance estuary.

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Plessix-Balisson: The smallest village in Brittany is at Beaussais-sur-Mer

Plessix-Balisson has 91 inhabitants spread over eight hectares, making it one of the smallest communes in France.

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Incontournable Vélo Route De Tréméreuc (2)

Cycling on the Tréméreuc Greenway

This commune, nestled between Rance and Frémur and built on the traces of a primitive castle mound.

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