Tour de l'Horloge

Landmarks and Historic Buildings

The clock tower stands 40m tall and is a brilliant place to get your bearings with the view from the top. On a good day it is even possible to see Mont St Michel.

Places to visit nearby

Dinan in Brittany is a charming riverside town, full of medieval history, with a 13th century castle and ramparts that encircle this well-preserved sanctuary where time has stood still.

Dinard in Brittany is a fashionable seaside resort that first came to popularity during the Belle Epoque of the 19th century.

The beautiful city of St Malo in Brittany curves out to sea on a stunning natural harbour that has created some of the best sandy beaches on the Emerald Coast.

Nearby attractions

Enter through a Romanesque porch and discover the dissymetry of this church with one half in Romanesque style and the other in Flamboyant Gothic.

A brilliant example of Flamboyant Gothic architecture, the church began construction in the 15th century and is well worth a visit to admire the beautiful architecture and the wonderful stained glass windows.

Now the town museum, this 13th century castle is a great example of Breton military fortifications, used not only against the invading English, but also the invading French!