Québriac is a charming little village of Ille-et-Vilaine (35). Close to the highway between Rennes and Saint-Malo, it is in the heart of Bretagne Romantique, as are Tinténiac and Combourg.
Québriac is a haven of greenery, crisscrossed by over 45km of perfectly preserved walking paths.
You can also discover the Ille-et-Rance channel which runs through Québriac, with its many locks and lovely banks, perfect for a walk or a picnic.
Only 30 minutes away from the Domaine de Tremagouet, Rennes is a human sized town, and its historical centre is an easy walk in town. Enjoy a Galette, and let the magic happen! On Saturday mornings, you must visit the animated Lices market.
For a more peaceful time, enjoy the banks of the Vilaine river, or the Thabor park. As for museums, Rennes is home to les Champs libres, and the beautiful Musée des Beaux Arts. These should definitely make your visit worthwhile!
Saint-Malo, land of legends! Between the Fréhel cape and Mont-Saint-Michel, it dominates the Côte d'Emeraude and is an easy access to the English Isles and England.
Its first ramparts date back to the IVth century. You can walk all the way round them, starting at the castle, and make the most of some stunning views on the islands and the sea.
On the other side of the ramparts, and of the Rance channel, is the seaside town of Dinard.
Saint-Malo is classified as Ville d’Art et d’Histoire (town of art and history), discover its intra-muros history, and the legend of the corsairs!
Don’t miss the big tides in Saint-Malo, that are amongst the biggest of europe! At high tide, the ocean crashes into the town, making for an unforgettable show!
Dinan is one of the oldest mediaeval towns of Brittany, marking it with a breathtaking charm! Have a walk along its tortuous paths, with its timbered houses. Also a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire, it is the home of many artists and craftsmen : leather workers, glass sculptors, painters…
If you love heritage, go and visit the Basilique Saint Sauveur, the church of Saint-Malo, or the castle that dates from the XIVth century!
Whilst you climb up into the town, don't forget to visit the english garden, with its stunning view.
Classified as a UNESCO World heritage, the Mont-Saint-Michel is known for the beauty of its architecture and captivating atmosphere.
Have a walk along its small paths, and discover the unique history of its Abbey, as well as the many museums.
The view of the bay are amazing, and constantly changing with the tide and the sun’s progression. This visit will not leave you indifferent!