What to do in Granville

All proposed activities and visits below are at a walking distance from the property. 

 


 

The Christian Dior museum

The Granvillaise

La Granvillaise is a traditional "bisquine". It's an old wooden sailing boat and the most iconic fishing boat of the Mont Saint Michel bay.

Two "bisquines" only are still active ( one in Granville, the other in Cancale ).

Don't hesitate to tell the captain that you were recommended by us.

The Granvillaise


 

The Chausey islands

The Chausey islands are part of the Granville commune. It's the only French archipelago amongst the Anglo-Normandes islands.

Ferries shuttle from the port of Granville several times a day (the crossing is about 45 minutes long). 

Chausey is formed of 365 islets at low tide versus 52 islands at high tide. A superb place, not to be missed. 

The shuttles


 

Jersey

The Anglo-Normand isaland of Jersey is at 1h10 travel from the port of Granville.

From April to September, ferries liaise to st Helier, Jersey. But it is also possible to continue onto Guernesey or Sercq.

 


 

The Granville carnival

The carnival, which is the third largest in France, is an important event on the entertainment agenda of Granville. Its 140th birthday was celebrated in 2014. 

The Carnival has been registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2016.

 


 

 

 

The sailing school

The sailing school is located near the marina (10 minutes walk from the apartment). Several courses are available.

Possibility of kayaking, dinghy, yachting ..Crng

 


 

 
 
 

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