Things to see and do - Cancale
Unmissable tourist sites
Cancale Travel guide
Cancale : Michelin's recommendations
Has anyone not heard of the oysters from this famous centre of oyster farming? A fishing port, the town has views, beaches, oyster-beds and everything else a summer visitor could want to make for a successful holiday.
Tourist attractions Cancale : Things to see and do
F - 35260 Cancale
Since 1890, this pretty name has been used to refer to the stretch of coast between the bays of Mont-St-Michel (St Michael's Mount) and St-Brieuc. You can admire wonderful panoramic views at Pointe du Grouin and Cap Fréhel , the coast's most grand..
Pointe du Hock F - 35260 Cancale
On both sides of the Tip of Hock, the Customs Officers' Footpath is suspended over the shore. There are many sights: the oyster bed at the bottom of the cliff, the Cancale Rock, the tip of the Chaîne facing Cancale Rock.
r. Hamon-Vaujoyeux F - 35260 Cancale
Located in the former church of St-Méen (1714), this museum is devoted to the arts and traditions of the Cancale region: fishing, ostreiculture, agriculture (potatoes), the life of the Cancale inhabitants, their headresses, clothing, and furniture. I..
3 Avenue De Scissy F - 35260 Cancale
Located in a flowery park, 1 km from the harbour and the picturesque port town of Cancale, Hotel Nuit et Jour features a spa, sauna, swimming pool and fitness area. Choose from the double or family size room, equipped with en suite bathrooms, a TV a..
61 Avenue du Général de Gaulle F - 35260 Cancale
Prix Prices from : 69 €
The Alghotel is located in Cancale, a 15-minute walk from the port. The rooftop terrace offers a spa area where you can enjoy beauty treatments and massages. Each design guest room has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a private bathroom and..
Ideally located in the harbour of Cancale, close to St Michael's Mount, the hotel and restaurant Le Querrien welcomes you in a friendly environment. Recently renovated, Le Querrien offers comfortable rooms combining a navy-inspired decoration and a ..
7 quai Gambetta F - 35260 Cancale
Named after the famous French corsair Robert Surcouf, this pretty little bistro on the harbour is riding on the crest of a wave! In a marine inspired decor (opt for a table upstairs where you will have a better view of the bay), tuck into tasty seafo..
7 quai Thomas F - 35260 Cancale
On the port of Cancale, Breizh Café has only one motto: "a different take on crêpes. " After all it was born in Japan! The owner, Bertrand Larcher, was the first to export Brittany'sgalette(buckwheat pancakes) to Tokyo, and several Japanese..
19 quai Gambetta F - 35260 Cancale
A pleasant establishment on the waterfront, looking out over the bay. The finest quality seafood, including Cancale's renowned oysters.
7 quai Duguay-Trouin F - 35260 Cancale
Are you worried your sea legs aren't up to much? Rather than embarking on a boat, just go into this restaurant! Within the nautical decor (wood panelling, buoys, paddles...) you can savour the freshest of fish and seafood. The terrace faces the bay, ..
4 quai Thomas F - 35260 Cancale
The aptly named Ormeau is a delight for fish and seafood fans. Tuck into a platter of oysters from Cancale, a dory fillet or indeed abalone (the restaurant's namesake) in an elegant interior with wood panelling, mirrors and a view of the fishing boat..
7 quai Thomas F - 35260 Cancale
When Brittany meets Japan... Upstairs from a crêperie, with which it is associated, this gourmet restaurant is led by a Japanese chef! His Franco-Japanese cooking is as meticulous as it is appealing. This is also like the interior, which transports y..