German Ossuary at Huisnes-sur-Mer
Being on the borders of Normandy and Brittany there is so much for you to see. Less than a 15 minute drive you can be at the beautiful Mont St Michel this is a must to visit by night.
Try sand yachting
(char a voile) at Cherrueix. This a nice beach, lots of shells but not good for sun bathing. Restaurants and bars. 35 minutes drive.
15 minutes drive in the other direction takes you to the American Cemetery. The water parks are always a favourite with the children Ange Michel. (English reviews)
There are also a number of zoos to choose fromLa Bourbansais, Zoo-Champrepus. Zoo de Jurques
You can have a leisurely drive along the coast stopping off at one or some of the lovely beaches.
The fishing town of Cancale
is a must for all seafood lovers.
There are towns to visit just for shopping, visiting the markets or to see the chateaux, castles or flower gardens.
One of my favourites is the medieval town of Dinan
where you can either rent a boat or take the tourist one along the river Rance.
and St-Malo, the walled port city, in Brittany are well worth a visit.
German-ossuary-huisnes-sur-mer-normandy near Mont St Michel has the graves of 12,000
German soldiers who died during the Battle of Normandy in the Second World War.
Cemetery contains the remains of 4,409 of our war dead, most of whom lost their lives in the Normandy and Brittany Campaigns of 1944
Golf courses are not too far away either: