Saint-Suliac offers a panoramic viewpoint of the Rance estuary. For a long time it was a village of trawler men who fished off Newfoundland and the statue of the Virgin de Grainfollet watched over these fishermen. In the narrow streets where children play as they come out of school, flowers grow between the granite stones of the magnificent houses. A tide mill, old salt marshes, a menhir or standing stone are just some of the local treasures to admire in an exceptionally well-preserved site.

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Information : Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)2 99 58 39 15

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Must-sees and must-dos

  • The church
  • A guided tour of the village


    • Abbeys and churches : The 12C church and its cemetery
    • By the waterside :

    • Panoramas : View of the port and estuary from the statue of the Virgin of Grainfollet
    • Unusual sights :

    Old Viking camp The river Rance