city, surrounded by it's original ramparts, with timbered
houses and narrow streets and the beautiful port on the
the edge of a 4km long lake, Jugon les Lacs offers
everything from playing about on the water to
in a cafe in the beautiful town square.
city of Brittany, with the parliament building, the old
quarter untouched by the fire of 1720, and it's many
shops, bars and restaurants
city of St.Malo was home to the Corsair pirates, with a
large marina, wonderful shops, bars, restaurants and
resort with it's traditional blue bathing tents and
fantastic coastal walks, with views across the Rance
estuary to St.Malo.
between driving in France and the UK is that in
France you drive on the right. That means if you have
a right-hand drive car you must have headlamp converters
to avoid dazzling on-coming traffic.
use dipped headlights during the day if visibility is
don't have a new euro style license plate you must
display a relevant country of origin sticker e.g. GB.
Also, please make sure you have your driving license,
both parts, and your V5 vehicle registration document
with you whilst driving. You will also need a
flourescent yellow vest accessible in the car with you
(not in the boot) for the driver in case of breakdown
and a warning triangle in the boot. Tell your
insurance company that you are travelling to France and
make sure you have european breakdown cover. The minimum
driving age in France is 18. For more useful hints and
tips on driving in France click
here and for a great government leaflet giving
some advice on driving in France click
here (this download is 4MB).