The privateer city has two salt-water swimming pools. The largest is Bon Secours beach. It’s the most well-known too. It was built in 1937 on the initiative of René Lesaunier, owner of “bains René”, one of three beach offices at the time. Situated by the ramparts, at Porte Saint-Pierre, it is opposite Dinard and the sea. With three diving boards, it is the delight of swimmers, at any time of day.
Then head to Eventail beach to discover the second natural pool in the town. Smaller and shallower than Bon Secours, it welcomes parents and children who simply want to cool off and paddle.