Sights within two hours easy drive

Le Mans Known for it's 24 hour Car Race, Car Museum, old town, cathedral, Tesse Museum. for more info
Dinan Market town: The name Dinan is believed to have come from the contraction of two Celtic words "Dunos" and "Ahna" meaning hill of Ahna, goddess of the living and the dead. for more info


King Arthur’s forest For more info
Alencon Famous for lace, fine art and lace museum. for more info
Caen Founded by William the Conqueror, Feudal castle & gardens, fine arts museum, Museum of Normandy, Museum for Peace commemorating World War ll, Benedictine abbeys. for more info
D-Day Beaches Landing sites with a series of monuments commemorating Allied Forces. for more info
Cabourg Seaside resort, a favourite haunt of Marcel Proust, casino, boardwalks & shopping streets. for more info
Falaise Birthplace of William the Conqueror. for more info
Pont-l'eveque Home of the famous cheese. for more info
Bayeux Home of the famous "Bayeux Tapestry" depicting the last invasion of Great Britain (the Battle of Hastings), Cathedral. for more info
Dinard Opposite St-Malo in a magnificent setting on the estuary of the Rance River. for more info
Josselin This picturesque town is situated 30km south of Pontivy. The town is built on the banks of the River Oust and was the home of the Dukes of Rohan. The magnificent castle was started by Jean II of Rohan in the late 15th century. The castle is spectacular to view from both inside and out. The old town with its half timbered buildings is centered around the Basilica of Our Lady of the Brambles whose tower may be climbed giving views over the town and countryside beyond.
Josselin is also home of the doll museum which has both permanent and temporary exhibitions.
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St. Malo Historical walled city, fishing port & yachting harbour. for more info
Angers Art town, medieval castle and its tapestries, cathedral, Pince Museum. for more info
Nantes The Venice of the West. The town of Nantes which today is the largest town in western France is the administrative capital for the region known as Loire Atlantique.. for more info