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There is plenty to see and do in the area as Treverien is conveniently located 5 minutes drive from the main N137 motorway which links St Malo on the coast with the city of Rennes to the south.

The small town of Evran is 4 kilometres away and has restaurants, bars and shops. It is situated on the canal and there is a port with picnic area next to the lock. Close to the town is is  Betineuc with its lakes and leisure area with bathing beach, sailing, canoeing and walks. (4km)

 

Chateau de la Bourbansais, Parc Zoologique a must to visit beautiful Zoo and Chateau at Pleugueneuc.  For more information on the Zoo ~ please visit http://www.labourbansais.com  (6km)

Tinteniac's Market day is on Wednesday with lots of bar's open.  There is a good Super market  'SUPER U'  (8km)

 

Becherel is perched on a hill and was once a stronghold, though only a few ruins still stand. A very small medieval town which is famous for its book market held every month. The whole place is full of bookshops and booksellers. (8km)

 

Hédé is on the Ille et Rance canal and boasts an impressive succession of 11 locks allowing the canal to drop 27 metres. (9km)

 

Chateau de Montmuran (10km)

 

 

Dinan is a beautiful fortified town perched above the river Rance. The charming buildings house a variety of interesting shops, bars, restaurants, there are pleasant walks through the ramparts, gardens and on the tow path of Ille et Rance canal. (14km)

 

Combourg is a picturesque old town standing on the edge of a lake dominated by a medieval castle. (15km)

 

Dol de Bretagne (18km)

 

Rennes The old town and museums are the main attractions for tourists in this thriving university city. (21km)


!Everyday is market day   

 

 

 

On Thursdays, it’s in the Place Du Guesclin in Dinan, on Saturdays, it's in the Place des Lices in Rennes... every town has its own unmissable weekly market. It's a place to meet up and discover regional specialties. You’ll rub shoulders with producers and craftsmen who will happily let you sample their famous galette-saucisse, kouign-amann, organic fruit and vegetables, and help you to discover local crafts.  

 


 

Cancale 

Picturesque fishing port and seaside

resort famous for its oysters. (23km)

 

 

 

 

Bazouges La Perouse une “Petit Cite de Caractere” - this charming town on a hilltop between Combourg and Antrain is famous for “Le Village”, a centre for contemporary art with 3 galleries and numerous diverse exhibitions. (24km)

 

St Malo is a stunning with medieval walled town, with excellent shops and restaurants, a large port with sea lock, beaches, racecourse and a casino. (25km)

 

Dinard This smart resort was popular with the British in the 20th century and lies in a magnificent setting on the estuary of the Rance. It has beaches, restaurants, shops, hotels and a casino. (27km)

 

 

 

 

       Pointe du Grouin (28km)

 

This rocky and wild point dominates the sea from 40 meters. The panorama stretches from Cap Fréhel to Granville via the bay of Mont Saint-Michel , off the Chausey Islands . A path allows you to go at low tide to explore a cave dug in the cliff.

 

 

 

Mont St Michel this spectacular abbey is perched upon an 80 metre high granite island surrounded by a bay with some of the biggest tides in France. 

 

 

Cap Frehel panoramic views from 70m high cliffs are of the grandest cliff views on the Breton coast. (40km)                                                                                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fougères.    This magnificent stronghold with its 13 massive towers is a fine example of military architecture of the middle ages. The town centre has been transformed into a pedestrian precinct. (45km)

 

Josselin superb castle situated on a lake

guarding a picturesque medieval town. (57km)

 


 

 

 

 

For more information on all activities available please click on the link below to visit

 

www.brittanytourism.com

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