Progressively, Dinard is considered the first seaside resort of France. At the end of the 19th century, "The Pearl of the Emerald coast" reunites part of the European aristocracy, as well as politicians and intellectuals. They frequent the most luxuous hotels.
The English colony mingles with this rich society and great festivals, dinners, concerts take place in the salons.
Everywhere we install electricity, running water and phones. The streets of the town are illuminated.
After the Great War, a new life begins in Dinard. It is the belle epoque. A new society from the artistic and business worlds aspire to more activities, of fresh air and rebellion. The golden youth form this time dances to jazz music, the motorboats roar and the champagne flows.
Mythical seaside resort, Dinard unveils its charms along the waterfront. Great beaches, creeks and coastal paths follow one another and offer breathtaking views of the sea and the Rance. Labeled City of Art and History, Dinard offers to its visitors a preserved patrimony. Close to 407 classified villas will bring you back to the beginning of the 19th century, at the time when the English colony launched the trend of sea bathing, tennis and golf.
Dinard is firmly anchored in the present. A calendar rich in events and animations of all kinds makes the resort's heart beat all year long, and very high quality infrastructures allow to indulge to a lot of cultural and sport activities.