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Our village has 1500 inhabitants.
You can see the Fontaine St-Macaire, a lovely spot for a walk.
The cathedral is a 13th classified historic monument. Other charm of this city : the medieval houses and the cobblestone streets.
This Corsair city is well-known for its superb old citadelle. You can walk all around the fortress along this city's ramparts and enjoy the view of Emerald Coast. Inside the remparts you are in a lively and very characterful city. Spring tides are specially spectacular along the remparts.
A small medieval town with ancient steets and the Chateaubriand's castle.
The bay is famous for its very large tidal range.
It's a spectacular site for it's flora and fauna (dolphin, sea calves, otter...).
It is also a major spot for oyster and mussel-farming.
On the other side of Couesnon river, in Normandy, at 20 kms from home, Mont-Saint-Michel, the "Wonder of the Western World". At the top of the rock the Abbey.
A lovely harbour well-known for oyster and mussel-farming protected from the pollution by the great tide range. Do not miss the scenic route with a magnific view on the La Houle port and Mont-saint-Michel Bay.
Dinan is one of the most exquisite cities of Brittany very well protected over the centuries.
Dinard, along the Emerald Coast on the other side of Rance Valley.
Saint-Suliac a lovely little fishing port.