Visits

Mont St-Michel

35 Minutes from the Chateau de la Foltière, Mont-St-Michel is a must visit place. The site is included, since 1979, on the list of world heritage of UNESCO.

Mont Saint Michel, in the middle of the Bay, welcomes each year nearly
3.5 million visitors, pilgrims and tourists.
At the entrance of this medieval city, the former body of guard of Bourgeois, facing guns, houses the tourist office. The recommended route to visit the Mont Saint-Michel is the path of the ramparts which allows access to the wonder and the Abbey.

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The Château de Fougères, watchmaking Museum and the Museum of the Villéon

The town of Fougeres seduced by the richness of its heritage, particularly by its medieval castle beautifully highlighted by a nice scenic route. His visit is worth to be complemented by those of two museums located in the upper town, national Street: the Museum of watchmaking and the Villéon Museum, Impressionist painter native ferns.
A small train ride to take knowledge of the main points of interest of the town of Fougeres.

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Villecartier forest

Villecartier forest, remarkable by its futuaies of beech, offers to the families of many leisure activities: an acrobatic Park in the trees and a miniature port on the big pond, a fitness trail, games for children.

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The Ballue gardens


In the commune of Bazouges-la-Pérouse, this garden consists of two sets: a classical garden and a Mannerist garden separated by an alley of wisterias supported on columns of ifs. It was created by architects Paul Maymont and François-Hébert Stevens in the purest Mannerist inspiration.
An initiatory, a labyrinth of greenery which cannot be understood that once has travelled it in order to have an overall vision, and which offers successively thirteen surprises, mysterious Grove than music, of ferns to the Grove grabs and then than scents, the Théâtre de verdure in the temple of Diana, then the labyrinth itself said.

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St Malo and the Emerald Coast

Arriving in Saint-Malo, the visitor can explore the ramparts around the city on two kilometres; doors Saint Vincent and Saint Thomas come accentuate their imposing character. Cathedral Saint-Vincent, Grand-Be where Chateaubriand is based as well as the fort national, accessible at low tide, worth that attention also.
The coast between Cancale and St Briac is remarkable. It is lined with small sandy coves and dominated by a beautiful customs trail.
For lovers of gardens, on the edge of Rance Montmarin worth the detour.

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