Perched atop a 75m-high hill in the Cotes d’Armor, Dinan is a medieval walled city. Between land and sea, Dinan is located 37km from Saint Malo and 58km from the Mont Saint Michel. Consider holiday accommodation in Dinan for enjoying views over the Rance estuary and beautiful trips in the north of Brittany. Don’t forget to taste the seafood, crepes, and other gavottes, Cotes d’Armor specialities!
During your stay in Dinan, enjoy wandering round the old town and its ramparts and visiting the clock tower. Cap Frehel is another must see! Set off to discover the golden sands and the little village of Lehon. If you get the chance, don’t miss a stop off in Saint Malo, with its ramparts made from granite and its majestic fort.
If you can’t sit still and you’re more into green tourism, spend your time at our Dinan holiday rentals crossing the Rance Valley by boat, on foot, on horseback or by bike. The bravest among us can continue as far as the Saint Malo port. Dinan is ideally located for a relaxing holiday: here you’ll experience a wild and untouched Brittany, where the sea winds blow strong!
Discover the studios and apartments of the residence Duguesclin*** for a down to earth stay near the old town. If you’re looking for holiday accommodation in Dinan with a kids’ club or pool, the residence Duguesclin*** goes one step further with a golf course located nearby! Enjoy your environmentally friendly stay in Brittany with Vacanceole: the Group has implemented eco-friendly measures across all of its residences to safeguard the environment.
You will be able to make many walks from the residence in Dinan, Lanvallay, along the river and in the surroundings. To travel back in time, do the small circuit between Saint-Samson-sur-Rance and Pleslin-Trivagou to observe the largest menhir in Brittany and the alignment of megaliths of the Champ des Roches.
During your stay, plan a meal in a real Breton creperie. You will have a large choice of pancakes and all accompanied by a bowl of cider of course.
Saint-Malo is a city of history and men. Almost entirely razed to the ground during the Second World War, it was rebuilt exactly as it was! Start by walking along its ramparts before rushing into the maze of narrow streets. You can visit the castle, its keep and towers, as well as the magnificent residences built by ship owners and privateers.