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  • Saint-Brieuc: Located just 20 kilometers from La Rompardais, Saint-Brieuc is a charming coastal town in Brittany. It offers beautiful beaches, historical sites like the Saint-Brieuc Cathedral, and a lively city center with shops, restaurants, and cafes.
  • Binic: Situated on the Côtes-d'Armor coastline, Binic is a picturesque fishing village known for its sandy beaches, colorful houses, and vibrant harbor. Visitors can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and exploring the narrow streets filled with shops and seafood restaurants.
  • Paimpol: A scenic town located about 40 kilometers away, Paimpol is famous for its maritime heritage and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to the Abbaye de Beauport, a well-preserved abbey with beautiful gardens, and hosts a lively music festival every summer.
  • Cap Fréhel: A must-visit natural attraction, Cap Fréhel is a dramatic headland located around 50 kilometers from La Rompardais. It features towering cliffs, rugged landscapes, and breathtaking views of the sea. Visitors can hike along the coastal paths and explore the lighthouse.
  • Fort La Latte: Situated near Cap Fréhel, Fort La Latte is a medieval fortress perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. Built in the 14th century, it offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history and boasts stunning panoramic views.
  • Dinan: Located approximately 60 kilometers from La Rompardais, Dinan is a beautifully preserved medieval town. Its old town is filled with timber-framed buildings, cobblestone streets, and charming squares. Visitors can explore the ramparts, visit the Saint-Sauveur Basilica, and enjoy the scenic views along the River Rance.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Although a bit further away (around 100 kilometers), Mont Saint-Michel is an iconic tourist attraction that should not be missed. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a medieval abbey perched on a rocky island, surrounded by vast tidal flats. It offers stunning architecture, quaint streets, and an enchanting atmosphere. Note: It's always recommended to check the opening hours and availability of attractions before visiting, as they may vary due to seasons or current circumstances.

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