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Ker Liviou is ideally situated between Ille et Vilaine and the Cotes d’Armor where there are plenty of fantastic places to visit and activities available.


Discover “Belle Epoque” architecture in Dinan, take a stroll through some magnificent countryside (le Cap Fregel, Fort La Latte, la pointe du Grouin), visit the fortified towns of Dinan, Saint Malo and the small villages on the banks of the Rance (St Suliac,Le Minihic) our relax on a fine sandy beach. Or, board a traditional boat at Cancale, enjoy a gourmet meal aboard an old sailing boat at Saint Malo, with a sunset aperitif. Or, take a guided tour, day or night with a knowledgeable guide who can lead you around the bay at Mont Saint Michel or for a walk in the footsteps of Chateaubriand at Combourg.


Your hosts are happy to suggest various outings and activities to ensure an enchanting stay.



Lancieux is a seaside resort  situated on a

Peninsula, with the Bay of Beaussais to the West and the Frémur river to the right.


Sheltered from the currents thanks to the semi-closed bay, the town is directly opposite the Ebihens islands and the island of Agot.


There are 8 beautiful sandy beaches, the nearest being a 12 minute walk via the footpath at the Moines breakwater, or, only a 3 minute drive away you will find the best beach for kite surfing, land yachting and more.


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Saint Briac is a very pretty seaside town, with several sandy beaches, lovely shops, a fantastic market and bustling cafes. There are lots of walking routes along the coast and famous golf club at Dinard, with fantastic views down over the sea.


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Saint-Briac (4 min)

Dinan ( 25 min)


Dinan, between Brittany and Normany, was constructed around the 11th century and thanks to its river port and fabric trade, has a very rich history.


It is without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its ramparts and half-timbered houses (which have, in recent years, been extensively renovated), attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries and craft shops, it’s worth a day of anyone’s time


Every summer, a jazz festival (“Jazz en Place”) livens up the town and is the perfect place for an evening’s entertainment.


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Le Mont Saint-Michel (1h00)

The ‘’Eighth Wonder of the World’’ is situated between Brittany and Normandy and is not to be missed! You can spend a fantastic day exploring this rocky island, the abbey and the magnificent bay around it.


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This seaside town was very popular with the English aristocracy at the beginning of last century.  Its charm lies in the typical Belle Epoque architecture, more than 400 villas in this style can be seen in the area. You can begin your discovery of the Emerald Coast with a walk along the promenade Clair de Lune, the Pointe du Moulinet , the beach at l’Ecluse, the Pointe of Malouine, Port Blanc and follow the route round to Saint-Lunaire and Saint-Briac.


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Dinard  (13 min)

Saint-Malo (25mn)
The fortified town of Saint Malo is absolutely fascinating. Cross the dam of the Rance to discover this famous city, walk along the Sillon dyke and photograph the breakwater. A visit to the Fort National, eating a tasty crepe (pancake) and a walk around the ramparts are a must! From high up you will have a perfect view of the port where you can often see ancient sailboats moored.  
Through the narrow streets, you will be walking in the steps of several personalities who helped create the unique character of this town (Anne of Brittany, Jacques Cartier, Surcouf…).
If you are a fan of oysters, walk down to Cancale, or take a boat trip to Jersey, which is an hour and twenty minutes away. 
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Rennes (1h00)
Rennes is the capital of Brittany, with a charming historic centre where you can wander the beautifully paved 17th century streets, lined with shops. There is plenty to do, from the gardens at Thabor, an ice rink and an array of concerts (‘Transmusicales’). There really is something for everyone.


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