Traditions and folklore
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"Cancale" from "Cancaven," in the old Breton language, means an inlet from the sea, fed by a river
A coastline of 7 kilometres
... on the edge of the forest of Mesnil
A Neolithic settlement from the 5th to the 3rd millennium BC!
At the crossroads of the Roman roads
Sanctus Benedictus of the sea
Rocky headlands and wide beaches along 14 kilometres of coastline
Saint-Jouan means "Saint-John" and Guérets means "ploughed land"
The Corsair City
Saint-Mleï in the gallo-romain language
Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France since 1999