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Le Vivier-sur-Mer / Cancale

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ] [ Le Mont-St-Michel > St-Malo ]
  • 20.1 km
  • expert Level Expert

This part of the route, which has the beautiful bay as a backdrop, takes you from one shellfish haven to another: Vivier sur Mer today is still host to many families working and trading with shellfish, while Cancale is hugely popular with tourists for its mussel beds, restaurants and oyster vendors.

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Itinerary

From Vivier sur Mer to the north of St. Benoit des Ondes, stay alert to traffic on the RD 155.  When you come to the shellfish farm and karting track, take the small quiet road of Le Clos until St. Méloir des Ondes.  Be vigilant when crossing the RD 876 on the east entry into St. Méloir, and when crossing the RD 155 to the north.  The small, quiet ‘bocage’ (hedged) roads lead you to the junction between Cancale and St. Malo.  Take care when crossing the RD 76 towards the centre of Cancale.

Railway lines

Dol-de-Bretagne train station
TGV and TER to St. Malo, Rennes, Paris (via Rennes).
TER to Caen, Dinan, Pontorson-Mont-Saint-Michel.
In summer, TER to Granville.

TIC

Cancale
44 rue du Port 35260 Cancale
Tel. 02 99 89 63 72
ot.cancale@wanadoo.fr
www.cancale-tourisme.fr

 

Not to be missed

Différentes balades en baie du Mont-Saint-Michel.
A Dol, visites de la Cathédrale, du musée Médievalys, du menhir du Champ Dolent et non loin, le célèbre tertre du Mont-Dol.
Découverte du savoir-faire et de l'histoire de l'huître à la ferme marine de Cancale.
Le centre de voile "Point Passion Plage de Cancale" propose des balades en mer sur des voiliers, aliant activité en famille et découverte du patrimoine culinaire.

 

Different walks in the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel.
At Dol-de-Bretagne (also known locally as ‘Dol’), there are visits to the 13th century Cathedral, the Medieval Museum (Médiavylis), the menhir (standing stone) of Champ Dolent to be enjoyed. Not far from there is the famous Mont-Dol: an outcrop of rock rising dramatically from the plain.

Discover the know-how and history of oyster farming at the Cancale marine farm.
The sailing centre “Point Passion Plage de Cancale” offers trips out to sea on the sailing boats – a great centre for family activities.

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Mussels and shellfish

The whole bay is famously rich in shellfish, fish and crustaceans: scallops and whelks from Granville, lobsters from Chausey Island and oysters from the Breton port of Cancale. Here also you find great stretches of wooden stakes for the cultivation of mussels, while local fisherman gather cockles at low tide and go shrimping.

 

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