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RN176 | Ille-et-Vilaine | Bretagne

Dol-de-Bretagne, a human-sized town with an impressive historical and architectural past.

Situated to the north of the Ile et Vilaine department, immediately bordering the bay of Mont St Michel, the village of Dol de Bretagne lies equidistant (25km) from St Malo, Dinard, Dinan and the “Wonder of the West”.

The presence of the imposing St Samson cathedral (in an Anglo-Norman style whose main construction dates back to the 16th century) is a reminder of the prestigious past of this religious metropolis (an archdiocese for three hundred and fifty years) in which there was a succession of over 80 bishops through until the Revolution.

Through the quality and importance of its religious, military (principally the northern rampart and its defensive towers) and civilian heritage (the oldest Romanesque house in Brittany, known as the “Maison des Petits Palets”, houses with wooden sections, houses with porches dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as numerous residences from the Age of the Enlightenment), the town of Dol is a choice destination for tourists and those who love History.


All the information


Tourist office

5 Place de la Cathédrale
35120 Dol-de-Bretagne
Tél. : 02 99 48 15 37

Town hall

1 Grande Rue des Stuarts
35120 Dol-de-Bretagne
Tél. : 02 99 48 00 17

Village étape services