Le barrage de la Rance, chateau de Péhou, Moulin du Prat, Ecluse du Chatelier, Dinan, le port, navigable uniquement à marée haute
Is an impressive dam that uses the reflux and flow of the tides to produce electricity.
Stronghold built in the 14th Century. Several defensive works were added over the years. Its name “ Péhou » of Celtic origin, means stronghold
This building is one of the oldest tide mill of the region, forerunner to the current dam. It was used to produce energy from the river banks.
This lock marks the sea limit. Once beyond that lock, you will enter the river through the Ille et Rance Canal, a waterway called Manche-Océan.
A 13th Century walled town from the Middle-Ages above the Rance valley, this picturesque town is a mix of charm and history.
For more information, please contact Florent GUERIT on 06 85 49 34 03
The duration of the tours may vary depending on weather conditions
Low season : January / February / March / November / December
Mid season : April / May / June / September / October
High season : July / August
Boarding at your convenience : Cale de la Bourse (St Malo), Cale de la Tour Solidor (St Malo), Cale du Bec de la Vallée (Dinard)
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