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Saint-Lunaire Travel guide
Saint-Lunaire : Michelin's recommendations
Not far from Dinard, this elegant seaside resort has two inviting beaches: on the east side is the livelier St Lunaire beach looking across to St Malo, and on the west side is the more extensive Longchamp beach facing the nearby Cape Fréhel.
Tourist attractions Saint-Lunaire : Things to see and do
place du Pillori F - 35800 Saint-Lunaire
Among the trees in an old cemetery, the 11C nave containing the tomb of St Lunaire is still standing. The recumbent 14C figure of the saint is lying on a Gallo-Roman sarcophagus. Seven other tombs can be seen in the transept. Note the richly sculpted..
Bd du Décollé F - 35800 Saint-Lunaire
From the bridge over the fault where it is open to the sea, you can see the bottom of the cave, pounded forcefully by the water at high tide.
D786 F - 35800 Saint-Lunaire
The Pointe du Décollé is joined to the mainland by a natural bridge over the deep Saut du Chat crevasse. Beyond the bridge, there are various possibilities for walks. From the granite cross, there is a splendid view over the Emerald Coast with Cap Fr..
1 Pointe-du-Décollé F - 35800 Saint-Lunaire
The menu gives pride of place to fish and seafood, and the sober decor leaves the limelight to the superb view of the Emerald Coast... The establishment enjoys a prime, land's-end location on the Pointe du Décollé! From the terrace, the spectacle is ..