This break is ideal for anyone who wants to take their time, over three days, to explore the hiking trails and discover the charm and heritage of the famous towns on the Emerald Coast. Starting with Dinan. The medieval town, dominated by its 14th-century castle, is characterised by its cobbled streets, its half-timbered houses and its points of view over the Rance valley. The town has welcomed some famous characters, starting with Du Guesclin and Anne of Brittany. The next part of the adventure continues on bike. Along the canal, in a bucolic and peaceful atmosphere, it’s the ideal way of admiring many bird species on the way to Dinard. The elegant seaside resort is famed for its Belle Epoque villas that sit on the corniche, its promenades along the beaches, its town centre and art galleries. The Sentier des Douaniers, from Saint-Briac to Dinard, is the chance to walk in the footsteps of the most famous painters, such as Renoir, who was inspired by this unique environment. A city trek in the privateer city is a perfect end to this break.