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Dinan is a town in Brittany, northwest France. It’s known for its medieval ramparts, cobblestone streets and half-timbered houses. Dinan Castle has a 14th-century keep and the Tour du Coëtquen, a 15th-century artillery tower. The grand, Gothic-style Saint-Malo Church has vibrant stained-glass…
Historic city, with medieval timbered buildings, castle and ramparts. Interesting shops and plenty of restaurants.
30 mn' by car 35 km Dinan is in the eastern part of Brittany, south of Saint-Malo and Dinard and north of Rennes. A highlight of a visit to Brittany, Dinan is a very impressive walled town set on a hillside overlooking the river Rance. It is one of tourists and locals' favourite towns in Brittany…