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The coastal path in Dinard

It is without question one of the most beautiful coastal paths in France!

The coastal path in Dinard has all the ingredients for an exceptional walk: breathtaking panoramas, wild nature and magnificent villas. Moreover the path is not difficult, you just have to pay attention to the tide times and not to practice it by too bad weather. A walk not to be missed!

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Duration: 4 h.

The beach of Ecluse

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The beach of Ecluse
The city of Dinard developed around the beach of L'Écluse from the 1850s when the fashion for sea bathing appeared. The rich aristocrats then built many hotels and casinos and favored the development of the city.

The departure from the beach

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The departure from the beach

Le chemin de ronde

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Le chemin de ronde
The path goes along the coast. At the time of the high sea one is really at the level of the water.

The beach of Saint-Enogat

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The beach of Saint-Enogat
When you arrive at the beach of Saint-Enogat, you can leave the coastal road to go back to Dinard by passing through the villas. Saint-Enogat is now a district of Dinard but it is at the beginning here that the village of fishermen was located.

View of the ocean

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View of the ocean
After the ascent we can have a magnificent view on the ocean, Dinard and Saint-Malo. At the bottom you can see the coastal road that you have just left.

Greystones Villa

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Greystones Villa
The Greystones villa is more contemporary than the other villas since its construction dates back to 1938, it belongs today to the billionaire François Pinault. A contemporary art lover, he has installed in his garden a work of art by an Italian designer, it is a trunk supporting a stone. You can see this work of art from the coast.

The villa "Les Roches Brunes

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The villa "Les Roches Brunes
Built on its rocky spur, the villa "Les Roches Brunes" is the emblem of the city. It was built in the 1890s for a Parisian fashion designer. It is the only villa that can be visited because it belongs to the city of Dinard. Important renovation works have been done and now the villa hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year.

La piscine

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La piscine
The seawater pool allows you to swim even at low tide.

The path on the ocean

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The path on the ocean
There are signs indicating the risk of the path being submerged during high tides. You can get very wet if you try to pass during high tide. You have to be careful.

The tip of the reel

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The tip of the reel
The panorama is exceptional on the city of Saint-Malo located in front of Dinard and on the estuary of the Rance.

The Bec de la Vallée hold

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The Bec de la Vallée hold
For a long time, the slipway was used as a loading dock for the steamers that made the connection between Saint-Malo and Dinard. After the opening of the Rance dam in 1966 and a much faster road link, the slipway has lost much of its economic importance. The place has nevertheless kept a lot of charm.

View on the estuary of the Rance

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View on the estuary of the Rance
The oceanic climate of Dinard favors an almost Mediterranean vegetation.

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