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La Baule, Centre de Congres Atlantia, France
October 23-26, 2006
Optional Excursion Program
Optional Excursion Program
to Saint-Malo and Mont-Saint-Michel

Photos APPSM B.Henry

The number of places for this excursion is limited, therefore "first come, first served".

In order to register your reservation, we would like you to fill in the reservation form and to send it to the Saint-Malo Voyages Concept agency before July 15th, 2006:
By e-mail :
By fax : 0033.(0)
All the reservations are subject to availability the day you make it.

The minimum number of participants for this optional excursion is 20 persons.

Participation fee is 125 EUR per person (accommodation in double room included).

Please note that at the end of the program the participants will be transfered by bus to Rennes and not to La Baule.

Thursday, October 26

Afternoon - Transfer from La Baule to Saint-Malo in a tourist bus
Accommodation in Saint-Malo (hotel 2**). Dinner not included.

Friday, October 27

9 AM - Discovery of the Corsair City. Guided visit of Saint-Malo, corsair city with an incomparable architectural heritage. Its walled city (Intramuros) is the most visited place in Brittany. Duration 1h30min.

11 AM - Visit of Cancale. Magnificent panorama of the Northern coast and oyster parcs.

12 AM - Free time for lunch (not included in the initial price)

1:30 PM - Departure for Mont-Saint-Michel, visit of the coast with magnificent landscapes.

2:15 PM - Visit of the Mont-Saint-Michel, rocky, cone-shaped granit islet in northwestern France, in the Gulf of Saint-Malo, connected by a causeway with the mainland. The islet, celebrated for its Benedictine abbey, has small houses and shops on its lowest level. Above these stand the monastic buildings, many of which date from the 13th century and are considered outstanding examples of Gothic architecture. The entire islet is crowned by the abbey church, about 73 m (about 240 ft) above sea level.

Evening - Transfer in a tourist bus from Mont-Saint-Michel to Rennes railway station.

At this period you can also attend the spectacular Saint-Malo start to the 8th edition of the single-handed transatlantic Route du Rhum yachting race, with the departure from Saint-Malo on October 29th. Some 60 or so boats will be hoping to be the first to arrive in Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe), after a two-week Atlantic crossing for the fastest vessels.

Photos APPSM B.Henry


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