Tourism

Cancale, jewel of the Emerald Coast, is a pretty fishing village combining all the pleasures of the coast. It looks across to Mont-Saint-Michel and is the perfect place to enjoy everything the sea has to offer, with a number of activities in the Bay itself: sailing, fishing, exploring the marine environment... swimming, visits to the Malouinières manor houses, walks along the Sentier des Douaniers coast path and, of course, the harbour at La Houle, the best place to enjoy oysters.

The meeting point of
Breton and Norman culture, Cancale is not far from the Pointe du Grouin, where panoramic views stretch from Cap Fréhel to Granville, the Chausey Islands and the Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey. Opposite lies the Ile des Landes, a bird reserve where you can see cormorants, gulls and other seabirds.

As you walk towards
Mont Saint-Michel, visible on clear days, the coast is dotted with oyster farms, giving the shore its unique appearance.

With its postcard image,
La Bisquine is a powerful symbol of the area. An exceptional working vessel, it is just as celebrated for its speed in regattas.
La Bisquine is a superb representative of our maritime tradition and regularly raises its sails for special events – open to all for day trips, cruises and sea sailing classes…

Discover the charms of the
Pays de Saint-Malo. Take a guided walk around the narrow and picturesque streets of the Cité Corsaire (Pirate Town).

Dinard, a fine and elegant resort, known for its thermal spas, has successfully preserved the special atmosphere of the Belle Époque, with its villas and gardens full of Mediterranean plants.

CANCALE offers a wide range of
hotels in all categories, plenty of campsites, furnished holiday lets, guesthouses, a new parking area for camper vans, and a youth hostel at Port-Pican.