In the department of Ille et Vilaine in Brittany in France, we find the seaside destination of Dinard. Its Belle Epoque architecture attracts many tourists each year who appreciate the great location of the city on the Cote d'Emeraude, not far from Saint-Malo and the Anglo-Norman isles.
Dinard was once a simple fishermen's village and became an aristocratic destination in the late 1850s. It was quickly nicknamed the little Riviera. We find very pretty beaches in Dinard. The beach downtown is bordered by a long walk that allows us to appreciate its beauty through gardens and large homes classified as the villas of Roches Brunes which face the sea, and the pointe de la Malouine.
Ecluse Beach is the most popular. It is located downtown and swimmers are quickly seduced by the charm of the white and blue tents. Offering typical landscapes of Brittany, Saint-Enogat is the oldest.
For those who are more athletic, head toward Port-Blanc Beach which is juxtaposed with the beaches of Saint-Lunaire. Families will prefer Prieuré Beach facing the lovely park Port-Breton, with nice shallow waters permitting even the little ones to take a dip. It offers a great view of Saint-Malo. A few creeks are hidden along the coastal path for those looking for calm.
Only a few kilometers to the west, in the department Cotes d'Armor, we find some nice seaside destinations. The beaches on the peninsula St Jacut sur Mer are very lovely and offer several orientations (ideal in case of wind). We also appreciate Saint Cast le Guildo with its posh coast.
54 boulevard Lhotelier
60 m from the city center
Hotel, starting at € 67
11 Place Newquay
95 m from the city center
Hotel, starting at € 70
36 De La Gare
112 m from the city center
Hotel, starting at € 71
327 m from the city center
Promenade des Alliés 35800 Dinard
Quai du Prieuré 35800 Dinard
Passage du Tertre Mignon 35800 Dinard
Rue du Sergent Boulanger 35800 Dinard
Bd de la Mer 35800 Dinard
Allée des Douaniers 35800 Dinard
Av Bruzzo 35800 Dinard
Avenue du Château Hébert 35800 Dinard
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