Excursion from Saint-Malo to the Cap Fréhel : (half-day with your coach)
through Dinard’s 19th century seaside resort, and on to St.Lunaire for a stop at Décollé Point which offers a magnificent view of the Emerald Coast. We then drive through Saint Briac and Lancieux before arriving at the Fréhel Cape. On the way, you may wish to stop at La Latte Fort, a medieval castle built on an impressive promontory.
Once at Cap Fréhel, you may walk around the 70m high cliffs and observe the off-shore nesting sites of various species of sea-birds. Return to Saint-Malo via the seaside resort of Sables d’Or les Pins.
Excursion Saint-Malo / Dinard / Dinan (full day with your coach)
During this excursion you will discover 3 different universes:
Saint-Malo : the privateers and maritime city with its 17th and 18th Century architecture. This city has always been turn toward the see as it has been a rich fishing and merchant harbour.
Dinard : the well-known seaside resort developed in the end of the 19th Century.
Dinan : the middle-ages city with its cobbled streets and half-timber houses which activity was based on the agriculture and the hand-craft.
Excursion Saint Malo / Cancale / Mont Saint Michel (full day with your coach)
Arriving at Cancale, we have a walking tour to discover this ‘Capital of the oysters’. For centuries, the inhabitants of Cancale fished for oysters here in the bay and sailed across to Newfoundland for the cod fishing. Since 1920 the oysters have been cultivated and ‘farmed’. You will no doubt be taken in by this charming harbour with its colourful houses.
You then travel through Le Vivier-sur-mer, known for its mussels, and the Polders, land reclaimed from the sea for agriculture.
At the Mont St Michel, there will be a tour of the village and the abbey.
Excursion côte de Granit Rose (full day)
Arrival at Cancale and walking tour to discover this oister’s farming city. The inhabitants from Cancale have been to New Found Land for the cod fishing, they also used to fish the oisters in the bay. Since 1920, they cultivate the oisters in the bay of Cancale. This charming harbour and its colorfull houses will appeal to you.
Then way to Le Vivier Sur Mer, which is well-known for the mussels, then way through the polders, which are those lands that have been extended on the sea to create agricultural grounds.
Arrival at Mont Saint-Michel and sightseeing tour of the village and the abbey.
Customized tours :
We also can propose customized excursions and so we stay at your disposal to help you in the organization of tours that you would like to organized in our province.
Customized Tours :
We remain at your disposal to help with the organisation of any excursions in our region.