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In Saint-Malo, the large beach or Sillon beach, three kilometers long, extends from the Intra-Muros city to the Pointe de Rochebonne. From the Pointe de la Varde in Saint-Malo to the Pointe du Grouin in Cancale, the environments and beaches offer places to relax and rest. These beautiful sites are biodiversity spots, they are the homes of birds, butterflies, fish … They are protected on a European, national and Breton scale, so it is our duty, all of us, to preserve and protect them by having the right gestures.
The Havre du Lupin cove, located between Saint-Malo and Saint-Coulomb, was once the haunt of privateers and smugglers. It is mostly used for fishing on foot because it is completely uncovered at low tide. Learn about the fishing techniques so that this pleasure can last in time and for future generations.
In Saint-Coulomb, in the middle of the Emerald Coast, you will appreciate the Chevrets beach. This large sandy beach with crystal clear water is bordered by dunes. It offers a beautiful panorama on the English Channel and the Chausey islands. Les Dunes du Port beach is more picturesque and has a small natural harbor with a few boats at anchor. Swimming in the cove is almost a privilege!
The beaches of Cancale overlook the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel. They are sheltered from the prevailing winds. The Verger beach is backed by the dune cordon behind which there is a small lagoon. That of Port-Mer, family beach par excellence allows to embark for a walk in the sea.