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Camping in Dol de Bretagne

Dol-de-Bretagne, located at the crossroads between Mont-Saint-Michel, Saint-Malo and Rennes, is the ideal base for exploring the Emerald Coast and the treasures of Ille-et-Vilaine.

Camping in Dol de Bretagne: holidays devoted to fun and good humour

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You’ll quickly notice that the Dol de Bretagne lifestyle is wonderfully relaxed and laid-back. To get a taste, head to the Grande rue des Stuarts, the town’s main street with its mix of medieval façades, small shops and gourmet restaurants. Continue your walk through the cathedral district with its cobbled streets before you reach the Guyoult Valley, a genuine taste of the countryside in the town centre.

A rural walk around Dol-de-Bretagne, from the Menhir du Champ-Dolent to Cherrueix

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Once you’ve had a chance to enjoy this small Breton city and its gentle way of life, you can go and explore the surrounding region. Just a few minutes from the town centre stands the Menhir du Champ-Dolent, one of Brittany’s largest upright, standing stones. Once you’ve had the chance to admire this red granite monolith, head towards Mont-Dol, a charming village perched on a promontory surrounded by lush vegetation. Continue towards the coast for a walk along Cherrueix beach in the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel, or head back towards Combourg to explore its famous castle.


A gourmet break in Dol-de-Bretagne

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Naturally, no holiday in Ille-et-Vilaine would be complete without enjoying a buckwheat pancake at least once. But it’s not the region’s only speciality! You can also treat yourself to some salt marsh lamb from the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel or some Bouchot mussels. Do you love seafood? Order a delicious spider crab, some limpets or even some Brittany oysters. Yum!

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