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  • Saint Malo, the highest tides in EuropeSaint Malo, the highest tides in Europe

  • Breathtaking endless sea viewsBreathtaking endless sea views

  • Direct access to the beach Le SillonDirect access to the beach Le Sillon

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  • The sea is literally at your feet!The sea is literally at your feet!

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Brittany has a fantastic selection of town to visit.

Dinan delights visitors with its medieval quarters and Saint malo with its spectacular coastal setting.

From Rennes drive towards the Foret de Paimpont, also known by its ancient name Brocéliande. According to song and legend, Brocéliande is the forest of Merlin from Arthurian legend.

The town of Carnac is home to around 2000 standing stones and it's one of the most important pre-historic site in Europe. These stones pre-date the Pyramids, Stonehenge and the great Egyptian temples of the same name at Karnac.

Cancale is a seaside resort renowned for its delicious sea food. The port area is very pretty with a number of sea front restaurants, many offering oysters tasting.

Fougeres is built on a huge granite ledge was heavily fortified strategic site in medieval times. The dominant feature of Fougeres is the Chateau built below of the main part of town.

Along Brittany's Pink Granite Coast you will want to explore Perros-Guirrec, a haven of tree lined avenues, smart villas and beautiful beaches. You will pass the incredible water sculpted rocks which the Pink Granite Coast is famous for, whilst seabirds glide overhead to the Sept-Iles bird sanctuary.

Cap Frehel is a small peninsula  exceptional views on the northern coast west of Dinard. it's set on high limestone cliffs overlooking the sea . It's also a designated bird reserve.

Last but not least

One of medieval's Europe greatest marvels, Mont Saint Michel is a Unesco World Heritage site best known for its spectacular and well preserved Norman Benedicte Abbey and its extraordinary tides. it's one of the most popular destinations in France