Leisure Activities in Dinan

All year round, leisure activities in Dinan provide a wide range of options for every age group. Dinan is loaded with lavish shopping areas, resorts, restaurants, and spas that ensure that your trip to Dinan is hassle-free. From a convincing landscape and outdoor to some world-class stay options and facilities, Dinan packs an incredible amount of diversity in the luxury activities it offers. So be it a family vacation, a friends reunion or a solo trip to feed your wanderlust, these activities in Dinan are a must try for a leisurely vacation!

Let's explore our list of recreational & leisure places in Dinan:

  1. Thursday Morning Market

    Entertainment, Market, Shopping Center

    A typical French weekly market is set up between the Place Duguesclin and place du Champ Clos on Thursdays. The products are local – meats, fruits, veggies, plants, cheeses, flowers, and clothes. You may even find souvenirs and handicrafts. The main reason to be here though, is that the rest of Dinan is usually here. It’s an excellent place to pick up some of the city’s charac...Read more
  2. Le Petit Train De Dinan

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    Le Petit Train De Dinan

    Outdoors, Entertainment, Train Ride

    This mini tourist train is is a surprisingly convenient way to get around. Dinan is town with steep elevation changes, and not everyone has the stamina for it. The train lets you bypass the whole effort of having to clib up and down and still lets you access the top attractions. It is essentially a guided tour too, and will take you past the old town, the marina, the castle and ramparts, the Ba...Read more
  3. Parc Floral De Haute Bretagne

    Botanical Garden

    These 25 hectare contain 24 of upper Britanny’s most utterly beautifully landscaped gardens. Each perfectly executed natural space is designed around a specific theme. A myriad of colors in plant life, miles of carefully maintained paths, carefully placed bridges, streams and waterfalls all harmonise to touch your heart in ways you didn’t know a garden could. The gardens are divided...Read more
  4. Le Train Marin Dans La Baie Du Mont St Michel

    Outdoors, Entertainment, Picnic Spot, Train Ride

    This is one of the most unusual guided tours you can imagine, and it takes place on a pretty beach (a bay that at low tide, is the largest in Europe). The ride is not really a train – rather, it is a string of merry, yellow carriages drawn by horses. This amusing ride will take your through an informative and humorous of the region’s mussel-farming, fishing, and shrimp-farming indus...Read more
  5. Castle Caradeuc Park

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    Castle Caradeuc Park

    Park, Castle, Historical Site

    The castle was established in 1722, and was the country house of Louis-Rene, Attorney General of Parliament. In 1898, the park’s English Garden was converted into a French one. Though the castle cannot be visit, the park can. The double-horseshoe shaped park is the largest in Brittany, and its beautiful landscaped features are highly diverse! Decorated with monuments, Renaissance porticoe...Read more
  6. Chateau De Hac

    Outdoors, Walking Area, Castle, Historical Site

    This 16th century limestone castle has barely changed since it was first built. It’s renowned for being one of the best examples of architecture from the Golden Age of Brittany. Visit it for its surprisingly domestic history, and the rooms and interiors that are still decorated in antique furnishings. Outside the castle, you can enjoy walking through a picturesque and aromatic Renaissance...Read more
  7. Musee D'artiste De La Grande Vigne

    Museum, Arts And Crafts, Photo Gallery, Exhibition

    Yvonne Jean-Haffen, a 20th century painter and ceramic maker, bought this beautiful medieval house in 1930. In 1987, she bequeathed it and its contents to the city of Dinan. Today, it is open to the public from May – September, and exhibits a large collection of art. There are about 4000 items covering drawings, paintings, and ceramics. These are beautifully presented in a house that&rsqu...Read more