There are regular book and craft fairs and an annual oyster festival that takes place along the quays.
The Grand Cathedral in the city centre is also well worth a visit, and dates all the way back to the early 1800s.
Walled, medieval and full of cobbled lanes, Dinan is one of the most magical towns that all of France, if not Europe has to offer.
The well-preserved fortifications that surround the town date all the way back to the middle ages .
I had never like mollusk and never thought these creatures should never belong on a dinner plate.
But I was so sick of eating crepes that even mollusk started to look attractive. I ordered it a couple of more times during our trip.