A picturesque coastline
In Fréhel, lovers of breathtaking panoramas will choose the VIP area overlooking the beach of Anse du Croc.
But be careful, the picnic table is very popular, you will have to be quick!
To combine both an afternoon at the beach and a picnic by the water and above all to enjoy a breathtaking view of the majestic Fort La Latte, nothing beats going to the Plage de la Mare à Saint-Cast-le-Guildo. Between sand and greenery, the beach of Quatre Vaux is a preserved place which will be ideal for your picnics with family or friends and allow toddlers to continue on a good fishing on foot. And for a picnic dinner with sunset, let yourself be tempted by the Pointe de Saint-Cast.
And for a break in a setting that encourages relaxation and serenity: the reposoir garden in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer.
On the edge of rancid
On the port of Dinan, take a break on the quays and admire the medieval city seen from below. You will also find a picnic table
on the other side of the port (Lanvallay side), near the Maison de la Rance.
The edges of Rance are also the ideal place for a bucolic and rural picnic. Going up towards the Rance dam, you
You can stop at the equipped area of the port of Lyvet, at Saint-Samson sur Rance or at the Cale de Mordreuc in Pleudihen-sur-Rance.
Sitting on the sea wall, enjoy your sandwich while admiring the L9 seal basking on the beach. If you prefer to walk along the Ile et Rance canal, choose to take your break at the port of Evran or near the lock of Pont Perrin in Saint-Carné and take full advantage of the nature that surrounds you.
In town, in Dinan
The Jardin des Petits Diables/Val Cocherel located behind Dinan Castle is the ideal place for a family picnic during your visit to the medieval city.
The tables sheltered under a gazebo to protect themselves in case of bad weather, a mini-golf, games for children and animals will delight the whole family.
If you want to picnic by a pond, go to the Bétineuc leisure center at Saint-André des Eaux or at the Etang des
Fortnights of Saint-Helen.
At the Quiou station, next to the Voie Verte V3 (between St-Malo and the Rhuys peninsula) and the archaeological site of the Gallo-Roman villa, tables are available.
Lying on the grass and surrounded by flowers, take advantage of the bucolic setting offered by the Valley of Diane in Sables d'Or les Pins for a family picnic. Tranquility assured!