Located 156 km from Saint-Malo and 5 km from Dinard, you can go to Saint-Lunaire by road, by train (TGV Paris / Saint-Malo then connection by bus) or plane (line London / Pleurtuit, airport Dinard Pleurtuit).
After the collapse of the empire, in Armorica, like Britain or England, is the scene of battles between Saxons and Britons. In 535, the young monk Bishop Lunar coming from Wales, landed at the Pointe du Departed. Moon and his disciples evangelise the country and build a monastery.
Around 1050, the Romanesque church of Saint-Lunaire is built near the ruins of the monastery. Today is the Gallo-Roman sarcophagus which had been buried Saint-Lunaire, died at the age of 115.
For several centuries, Saint-Lunaire is a village of fishermen and sailors who cultivate the land and which arise from many master mariners who will arm tall ships Capehorners the 19th century.
Around 1866, the popularity of sea bathing Saint-Lunaire reached. This explosion of bathing: boulevards and large villas are built casino.
From 1905, under the leadership of Sulla Laraque rich Haitian who made his fortune in sugar cane and fell in love with Saint-Lunaire a new city will rise by the sea He is the Grand Hotel, the dam of Grande Beach, the tennis and 17 villas. From wealthy families, second homes are then Paris, Rennes, Lyon and northern France.
If today times have changed, the charm of the resort and family remains intact to welcome you all year in an exceptional setting the colors of the Emerald Coast!