St Lunaire

St Lunaire is today virtually a suburb of Dinard, with its rows of 19th century sea-side villas. The village itself is much older, though; the church dates from the 11th century, and the tomb of St Lunaire himself, even older, is Gallo-Roman.

The sea-most point of St Lunaire is the point of Décollé, where a natural bridge crosses the crevasse known as the "Saut du Chat", or "Cat's leap". Beneath, the sea booms in the Grotto of the Sirens. Listen well - this is where Debussy composed "La Mer"!





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