Let yourself be seduced by our two must-see sites
9h00 : Trace the history of Dinan from the Middle Ages to the present day! Follow the guide to discover the heart of the medieval city and its half-timbered houses, its medieval belfry, its ramparts and the Saint-Sauveur basilica (1h30/2h00).
OR commented walk in small tourist (45 minutes / price on request).
11 h : Departure by coach for Cap Fréhel.
12 h : Have lunch in a traditional restaurant on the road to Cap Fréhel.
Menu suggestion: Welcome Kir, salad of gizzards with bacon bits and poached egg, snacked pink tuna with small vegetables and lemon butter, Kouign-Amann and its scoop of vanilla ice cream, 1/4 of wine and coffee.
14h00 : Take to the skies on the cliffs of Cap Fréhel and watch the seabirds dance! Your guide will allow you to discover both the history and the natural heritage of this remarkable site (1h30).
16h00 : End your day with a guided tour of Fort La Latte, an imposing 1th century castle overlooking the sea (30hXNUMX).
17h30 : End of our services.
Prices including VAT 2023 per person (VAT 20%)
In 20 29 people to : 62 € / person
In 30 39 people to : 57 € / person
In 40 49 people to : 59€/person (2 guides planned for Dinan and Cap Fréhel)
In 50 59 people to : 57€/person (2 guides planned for Dinan and Cap Fréhel)
The price includes : the presence of a guide-lecturer for the guided tour of Dinan and Cap Fréhel, lunch (3 courses including drinks), admission and guided tour of Fort La Latte.
The price does not include : transport and transfers, personal expenses, any guide supplements on Sundays, public holidays and in a foreign language, entry to the Cap Fréhel lighthouse and parking fees.
- Possibility of visiting Dinan by little train: contact us for the price.
- freebies : 1 free for 25 paying and free driver.
- Period : all year round depending on the availability of guides.
From 40 people, two guides are provided for the guided tours of Dinan and Cap Fréhel.
- Circuit : 49 km.
- Circuit reserved for good walkers (plan for a 15-minute walk between the car park and the entrance to Fort La Latte).