A few kilometers from the campsite and, more generally, within a radius of less than an hour by car, are accessible the most beautiful natural and historical sites of Ille-et-Vilaine. On the coast, do not miss the elegant seafront of Dinard. On the other side of the mouth of the Rance, in the district of Saint-Servan-sur-Mer, is the Memorial 39-45 museum, dedicated to the history of the occupation of Saint-Malo by the German army during the Second World War. The area is also home to the Grand Park of Briantais whose 27 hectares overlooking the mouth of the Rance. In Saint-Malo await you the National Granite Fort, accessible at low tide, visiting the walled city and its ramparts, the Museum of History of the city and the country of Saint Malo, and the Grand Aquarium. Along the coast to Cancale, you can admire the amazing sculpted rocks of Rothéneuf, see the fort of Guesclin from the cove of the same name, and go through the point of Grouin, official starting line of the Route du Rhum. The Cancale marine farm is an opportunity to discover an oyster farm and enjoy a tasting. A little more inland, do not miss the panorama offered by the summit of Mont Dol, as well as the discovery of the Menhir of Champ Dolent and the visit of the castle of Combourg.