Dinard is one of the oldest and most famous seaside town in Brittany with mundane hotels and villas. While the bathing season has still to start, spring is here, people enjoy the sunshine and outdoors life.
When we arrived it was high tide, with some waves reaching to the path glued to the rocks along the coast.
The picture I missed: A woman who just had come around the corner got hit by tips of a wave and had to walk away pretty wet. Only a few minutes later, after the peak of the tide, the waves calmed down and the path was lying there again without interference by the sea.
A little bit further ahead it seemed that this tree was already adorned with the Easter decoration of a huge rocky egg.
After lunch the weather had finally cleared and the rest of day was sunny, warm and with a great view on the sea and St. Malo.