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  • 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 grandiose..

  • 2 Pointe du Grouin Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    The headland commands a sweeping view which extends from Cap Fréhel to Granville and Mont-St-Michel bay, with the Îles Chausey in the distance. Facing the Pointe du Groin, the Île des Landes is a bird sanctuary and nature reserve, home to common shel..

  • 3 The Port of Houle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. du Calvaire

    The coming and going of cartloads oysters, merchants and the return of fishing boats during high tide contribute to provide a special atmosphere to this highly frequented place. The port is bordered by a picturesque quarter built against the cliff, w..

  • 4 The Tip of Hock and the Customs Officers' Footpath Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Pointe du Hock

    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.

  • 5 La Ferme Marine de Cancale (Sea Farm)

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    l'Aurore

    In the heart of the ostreiculture industry, this museum explains the evolution of the oyster farming techniques, as well as the oyster farmer's trade throughout the ages. A beautiful collection of shells (over 1500 from all over the world) embellish ..

  • 6 Arts and Popular Traditions Museum

    Museums and art

    Place St-Méen

    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..

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