Located 7 km from Camping des Chevrets, come and taste oysters freshly harvested by producers, local specialty! Cancale is also a wonderful place to walk.
You can enjoy the fresh air iodized by strolling along the docks or on the pier.
Cancale is a picturesque village located 7 km from Camping des Chevrets.
Renowned for its flat wild and hollow farmed oysters, Cancale offers you many surprises.
Come and taste the oysters freshly harvested by the producers. They will also offer you a wide choice of seafood, pancakes and crepes or other more classic menus.
Cancale is also a wonderful place to walk.
You can enjoy the fresh air iodized by strolling along the docks or on the pier. You will admire the famous oyster beds and the plates that crisscross the beach to transport oysters, all at the rhythm of the tides.
Admire the pretty and charming typical fishing houses of Cancale!
By certain weather, you will not miss to see the famous Mont St Michel.
You can also take the customs footpath that overlooks the port of Houle and offers breathtaking landscapes!
For the more athletic, 7km will take you to the tip of the Grouin, rocky point that offers a unique view of the southern part of Mont Saint Michel, Chausey and Cape Frehel.
Want an outing at sea? enjoy a ride aboard the Cancalaise, bisquine that will take you for a few hours, a day or an evening to discover the marine environment or just for the pleasure of sailing.
In the upper town, you will find the Saint Meen church, listed as a historical monument and built in 1875. It is also home to the Cancale Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions. You can discover what made the daily life, Cancalais once: bisquines, land neuvas, costumes, fishing, oyster farming.
Many shops will allow you to bring souvenirs: soap, biscuit, paintings, marine clothing.
Do not forget to enter Olivier Roellinger’s boutique, a wonderful place that will offer you spices and oils from all over the world.
Do you also stop at Grain de Vanille, a place dedicated to sweet delicacies that you can enjoy on the spot or bring home?