La Baie de Saint-Malo, Rothéneuf, Fort Dugesclin, Pointe du Grouin, Cancale
historic city built on a stony island, surrounded by defensive walls
Rotheneuf and its sculptured rocks. Small town near Saint-Malo, Rothéneuf is famous for its amazing sea facing rocks chiselled by a monk called Abbot Fouré at the end of the 19th century.
Fort belonged to Léo FERRÉ, a French singer-songwriter famous from the 40s to 90s.
a headland made of rocky ridges, starting point of the famous Route du Rhum race.
Remarkable site, Cancale is well known for its oysters and seafood.
Only accessible at high tide
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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