AccessibilityDo you have a list of accessible places?
We have grouped all the accessible sites in our “Accessible Sites Booklet”:
Download our “ Booklet of sites and leisure activities accessible to all “
PetsWhich beaches are dog friendly?
FREHEL: Dogs and horses are prohibited on the beaches of Fréhel (Anse du Croc and Sables d'Or) as well as in the marsh of Sables d'Or les Pins from May 1 to September 30 from 9 a.m. to 21 p.m.
PLEVENON: Dogs and horses allowed before 9 a.m. and after 21 p.m. from July 1 to August 31 on the beaches of Les Grèves d'en Bas, La Fosse and Château Serein.
SAINT-CAST-LE-GUILDO: Dogs are allowed on all beaches from June 15 to September 15, on a leash, before 9 a.m. and after 20 p.m. Outside this period, they are tolerated, provided they are kept on a leash.
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER: The beaches are closed to dogs and horses from May 1 to September 30. Ebihens: dogs are not allowed on the beaches of Ebihens, the strike is authorized between the Pointe du Chevet and the entrance to the island. Dogs are allowed on the island and must be kept on a leash.
BrochuresWhere to find the map of Dinan and its essentials?
Dinan's tourist map is available on our page our brochures. You will find there the essentials of the medieval city, as well as two circuits of tourist visits. It is also available at the reception of our tourist office at the price of 0,20 cts.
Receive directly in your mailbox the list of the must-sees of Dinan, the tours to discover the medieval city, the possibilities of bike rides or boat trips from the Port of Dinan... by clicking here!
Travel, parkingHow to travel by bus in the territory of Dinan Cap Fréhel?
The territory is covered by the Breizhgo regional bus network. To facilitate your research, see the network map.
Saint-Cast-le-Guildo > Saint-Malo: Line 14
Saint-Cast-le-Guildo > Dinan: Line 13
Rennes > Dinan > Dinard: Line 7
Dinan > Saint-Malo: Line 10
Good plan: Remember to book your trip the day before! 😉
DINAMO shuttles allow free circulation in Dinan all year round and DINAMO summer shuttles link Dinan to Cap Fréhel and Dinan to Bétineuc in July and August.
Line 1 Dinan <> Sables-d'Or-les-Pins: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
(Circuit n° 1 bis: Plélan-le-Petit <> Corseul: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays)
Line 2: Dinan <> Bétineuc <> Broons: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Good to know :
The Cap Fréhel natural site (July-August): Line 2 (Breizhgo) or Dinamo summer shuttles
The natural site of Cap Fréhel (September to June): Line 2 (Saint-Brieuc - Plévenon), the nearest stop is located in the town of Plévenon. Then walk for 1h15 across the moor before reaching the natural site. There is no off-season bus line between Cap Fréhel and Dinan, or between Cap Fréhel and Saint-Malo.Where to park in Dinan?
Intra-muros car parks are chargeable, extra-muros car parks are free. The 8 extra-mural car parks are located between 10 and 15 minutes on foot from the historic center.
It is possible to pay for your parking space in Dinan directly with the Flowbird application.
Every year, from October to March, the City of Dinan offers 1 hour of parking in barrier car parks (Hôtel de Ville, Duguesclin, Thiers and Center Historique).
New : from July 1, 2023: All car parks in the center (with barriers, underground and parking meters) are chargeable 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. (even Sundays and public holidays). They are free between 19 p.m. and 19 a.m.
Find all the geolocated car parks by clicking here!
Festivities, marketsWhen will the next Remparts festival take place?
The next Fête des Remparts will take place in July 2025.When will the next Route du Rhum take place?
The start of the next Route du Rhum will take place in November 2026 in Saint-Malo, and the first buoy indicating the official start of the race is located off Cap Fréhel.What entertainment is planned during my stay?
Click on our online calendar here then select your dates of stay. All the activities, local festivals, guided tours, concerts, shows... offered during your stay at the Dinan Cap Fréhel destination will be displayed!
The tourist office offers a booklet of the festivities every 15 days from September to June and every week in July and August. It is distributed by email and available in our tourist information offices.
You live or you regularly stay in the destination, and you wish to receive the festivities booklet by email, click here !Where are the RV parking areas? Where are the service areas?
To find out about the service areas (drainage, electricity, pitch) for motorhomes, click here.
In Dinan, motorhomes can park on the harbor car park under the viaduct.
Receive directly in your mailbox, the list of motorhome areas and their services here !What are the market days? Where to find local products, direct sales at the farm?
Find every market day, the addresses of our local producers, the addresses of direct sale at the farm in the section consume local from our website
Tides, shore fishingWhere can I find the tide times?
Find the tide times on the page tide schedule in the Practical section of our website.Where can you fish on foot? What can be fished, How to know the prohibitions? what are the rules to follow?
We have brought together all the useful information for your shore fishing trip in our “Holding Fisherman's Booklet”: fishing tips, fishing spots, necessary equipment.
Download our shore fisherman's guide by clicking herei!
Opening hours of the Dinan-Cap Fréhel Tourisme reception desksWhat are the Tourist Office opening hours?
Dinan-Cap Fréhel Tourisme has 4 reception offices open all year round: Dinan, Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, Saint-Jacut-de-la-mer and Fréhel. There are also 3 offices open from Easter to All Saints' Day: Plancoët, Plévenon and Matignon and finally 3 seasonal offices: Beaussais-sur-Mer, Sables-d'Or-les-Pins and Plouër-sur-Rance.
To consult the timetables by office, click here !
Wi-FiWhere to find wifi access?
All our tourist information offices offer free wifi access outside the offices.
The list of 28 hotspots offering a free connection in the Dinan -Cap Fréhel destination.
- Fréhel – Tourist Information Office
- Plévenon – Tourist Information Office
- Matignon – Tourist Information Office
- Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer – Tourist Information Office
- Saint-Cast Le Guildo - Tourist Information Office
- Plancoët – Tourist Information Office
- Dinan – Dinan Tourist Information Office – Castle – Place Duguesclin – Congress Center (esplanade of the municipal library) – Jacobins Theater – Place Saint-Sauveur -Place Duclos-Pinot – Place des Merciers – Port of Dinan
- Taden – Taden Plain (car park)
- Saint-Samson-sur-Rance – Port de la Hisse
- Pleudihen-sur-Rance – Slipway of Mordreuc
- La-Vicomté-sur-Rance – Port of Lyvet – Moulin du Prat
- Lanvallay – House of Rance
- Léhon – Town Hall (Abbey)
- Evran – Port of Evran –
- Le Quiou – Old station (car park)
- Tréfumel – House of the Faluns
- Saint-André-des-Eaux – Bétineuc leisure center (nautical center)
- Saint-Juvat – Town Hall – Motorhome area
To connect to the WIFI_Dinan_Agglo network, all you have to do is enter your email address the first time, then the connection will be made automatically each time the user is near one of the terminals.
Hiking, cyclingWhere can you find hiking/biking trails in the Dinan-Cap Fréhel destination?
Discover all our walks here.
To obtain our hiking trails, go to one of our information offices. Our territory experts will be happy to advise you on routes, distances… to help you make your choice.
You can also download them for free via our website.Where can I find the information I need when hiking on the GR 34 between Saint-Jacut-de-la-mer and Sables-d'Or-les-Pins?
We have gathered all the useful information for your stay in our “Hiker's Booklet”. Accommodation located less than 2km from the GR34, distances, photo spots, places to refuel... We have thought of everything to simplify the organization of your stay. Receive it straight to your inbox here !
Natural sitesHow to get to the island of Ébihens?
The island of Ebihens is only accessible at low tide. From Rougeret beach to the entrance to the island, count a 1⁄2 hour walk. The island is private and only access by the central path which crosses the island from south to north is tolerated. The beaches are public, so you can access them freely.
The crossing of the island from south to north is also 1⁄2 hour, i.e. a total round trip of 2h-2h15, representing approximately 7 km. Advice: Remember to protect yourself (hat, sunscreen ); as well as providing shoes (boots, jellyfish, etc.) to cross small areas of water. It is possible to cross the foreshore barefoot, however Rougeret beach has many pieces of shells which can be sharp.
To find out the crossing times, contact our stay advisers directly. by email, by phone or via the online chat on our website.Where to park to visit the natural site of Cap Fréhel?!
To fully enjoy the natural site of Cap Fréhel, we advise you to park in the town of Plévenon to reach the natural site on foot or by bike!
Find all the practical information to access Cap Fréhel on foot, by bike, the most suitable times to enjoy the natural site according to the season. here !
Guided toursWhat are the guided tours of Dinan?
Throughout the year, several guided tours of Dinan allow you to discover the medieval city:
- Dinan, 1000 years of history
- Unusual visit - The Builders of the Middle Ages
- The Ramparts of Dinan (July-August)
- Visit of Léhon Abbey (July-August)
Book your guided tours online on our website or by phone on 0 825 95 01 22!