Things to see and do - Dinan
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Dinan Travel guide
Dinan : Michelin's recommendations
The centre of this town is a veritable gem, surrounded by ramparts and dominated by an impressive castle. Overlooked by the heights of the Rance plateau and with its own little yachting port, the birthplace of Constable Bertrand de Guesclin, with its gardens and old town, certainly doesn't lack charm.
Tourist attractions Dinan : Things to see and do
12 r. de la Boulangerie F - 22100 Dinan
Building started on this flamboyant Gothic style church in 1490. Its 20C stained-glass windows illustrate the various quarters of Dinan: Jerzual, Vieux-Pont and Place des Cordeliers. A noteworthy chancel and transept.
r. de l'Apport F - 22100 Dinan
In this street, the half-timbered 15, 16 and 17C houses with overhanging upper storeys and porches, supported by wooden pillars, or with high windows jutting out form an ensemble, typical of Dinan.
pl. des Merciers F - 22100 Dinan
The square is lined with fine, triangular-gabled houses with wooden porches. In nearby streets (de la Cordonnerie, du Petit-Pain) are corbelled houses. The cabaret singer Théodore Botrel (1868-1925), the composer of La Paimpolaise , was born at no..
Prix Prices from : 56 €
Hotel De La Tour is located in the historic centre of Dinan, in northern Brittany. It provides uniquely decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access. Set within an 17th-century building, the guest rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, TV, ..
1, place du Champ. F - 22100 DINAN
Prix Prices from : 90 €
A guest establishment brimming with the charm of yesteryear superbly located on the ramparts in the town centre, Le d’Avaugour looks out over a lovely garden perched at the peak of the Tour du Connétable.
1 place Duclos Pinot F - 22100 DINAN
The Ibis Dinan hotel is situated in the city center, opposite the town hall and close to the ramparts and castle. It is 656 yards (600 m) from the train station, 31.1 miles (50 km) from Mont Saint-Michel and 34.2 miles (55 km) from Rennes airport. Th..
3 r. Haute Voie F - 22100 Dinan
Pleasant restaurant in historic Dinan. The decor of the dining room sports a relaxing blue colour scheme, in tribute to water. Lovely terrace for summer dining. Traditional cuisine and seafood.
39 r. Louise Weiss F - 22100 Dinan
Traditional, generous and carefully prepared cuisine served in a contemporary style, half-brasserie, half-bistro dining room with open kitchens and wood-fired oven.
6 r. Ste-Claire F - 22100 Dinan
This restaurant is set in a 17C townhouse. It specialises in grilled meat cooked in the stone fireplace on the ground floor. Period wainscoting adorns the first-floor dining room. Traditional menu.
26 quai Talards F - 22100 Dinan
Good traditional cuisine with a focus on seasonal produce takes pride of place in this warm, welcoming restaurant where wood dominates the decor. Dishes include flaked salt cod, sea bass grilled in olive oil, and rack of veal with sautéed mushrooms.