Dinan, a city of Art and History
The History of Dinan dates back to the Middle-Age, while tanners, weavers and other bourgeois inhabited the timber-framed houses, some of which still exist today.
Dinan has been the cradle of famous names of History. Bertrand Du Guesclin, who freed Brittany and Normandie during the Hundred Years’ War, was born in Dinan. Anne of Brittany also lived here. In each of your strides to Dinan, the past comes through you. More than 70 monuments are classified as historical monuments. Four of them are right beside our restaurant, including the Convent of the Cordeliers, funded more than 7 centuries ago. The city, which counts as of today 14,000 inhabitants, is classified "ville d’Art et d’Histoire" (City of Art and History) and offers a wide range of activities and interests which will make your stay in our region a wonderful moment. Right below, you will see some of the points of interest we advise to our customers. If you want to find out more, please visit the websites of the Tourist Office of Dinan and that of the Tourism in Brittany.