LE VILLAGE CANCALAIS
Rue du Corsaire
How to get here?
- By car:
Coming from RENNES
by national road 76
Coming from DINAN
by national road 12
sat. nav. coordinates: 48.662437, -1.869205
for more information: www.viamichelin.fr
- By plane:
-RENNES SAINT JACQUES Airport, 70km away
For more information: www.aeroport.fr
- By train:
Nearest train stations :
-SAINT-MALO PONTORSON, 15km away
-SAINT-MALO TGV, 17km away
-RENNES train station, 74km away
for more information: www.voyages-sncf.com
- By boat:
Numerous companies are handling the traffic with neighbour islands, England, and Ireland.
NEARBY MAIN CITIES
Distance in kilometers from Cancale to:
Holiday residence located on the EMERALD COAST in Brittany.
Nicknamed “the emerald coast” by Eugene Herpin because of it’s fantastic and unusual emerald coloured sea, this name is referring to all the north part of the Breton coast, specifically located between Cancale and Cap Frehel.
Discovered a privileged environment during your stay at le Village Cancalais, enjoy fully the seaside and the typical local activities:
Oyster tasting on the pier, or seashell tasting in one of the numerous restaurants. Local fresh and tasty cuisine, aquatic activities, hikes on the “sentier des douaniers” (customs pathway) … Our surrounding is full of wonderful things for you to discover an experience.
Don’t miss out on our local culinary specialities, such as Far Breton, Kouign-Amann, buckwheat galettes, and breton’s crêpes.
SPORT AND CULTURAL WEALTH
The beauty and uniqueness of Brittany is partly due to the architecture of its traditional towns.
- Cancale: is known around the world for its oysters and fish but is also very popular thanks to a wide range of beaches and hikes, with panoramic viewpoints.
- Le MontSaint-Michel: “The marvel of the western world” rises at 80m above sea level. The medieval town and Abbaye constitute a unique sight in the world.
From Cancale you can already spot the shape of this incredible site, located less than 40 minutes’ drive from le Village Cancalais.
- SaintMalo: Its pier and ramparts testify of a rich maritime history. Recent studies shows that it’s one of the favourite destinations of European people.
- Dinan: its charm remains intact. The town is appreciated for its art and typical Breton history.
- Dinard: this “British” style town offers beautiful hikes leading you to “La pointe du Moulinet”, “La pointe du décolleté” or to the village of SaintLunaire and Saint-Briac.