Saint-Suliac – Tour of the most beautiful villages in France 2011 No.7

2011 FranceThe most beautiful villages of France

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Date of visit: April 19, 2011, around 2:00 p.m.

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comprehensive evaluation

Overall Rating.


ease of going

The easier it is to get to and find, the higher the rating.


A lot of things to see

The more there is to see and do, the higher the rating.


Ease of parking

Easy to find, easy to park, spacious, etc.


restaurant (esp. Western-style)

Availability and number of restaurants, etc.


merchant’s home (esp. used by apprentices, etc.)

Availability and number of shops (souvenirs, food and drink), etc.



Availability and number of hotels, ease of accommodation, etc.


The first and last most beautiful village of the day is « Saint-Suliac », located in Brittany, away from Normandy, about 20 minutes south of Saint-Malo, the main city in the east of Brittany.

By the way, it takes less than one hour by car from Mont Saint-Michel where we dropped by before.

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Strictly speaking, it is neither a sea nor a lake, Hamana Lake? But I dare to call it a lake here. The harbor (can we call it that?) There were not as many yachts as Barfleur, but there were many yachts moored in the harbor.

Anyway, the weather was great. It was very hot.

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It was a beautiful village that did not put much effort into tourism, which is common in that there is not much to see. Even so, there are restaurants and churches with a very nice atmosphere, just like a beautiful village.

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I didn’t walk that much, but this weather, this heat, I was sweating. But it felt good.

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Well, what to do next? We decided to go to St. Malo since it was so close. And this town was better than I expected, so I checked in the hotel earlier than usual (I took it on the spot) and finished the day with sightseeing in St. Malo. (Continue to next day)