In Saint-Briac, 500 m from Nessay,
the Dinard Saint-Briac golf club
One of the most beautiful 18-hole course (5,334m) in a natural setting of rare beauty.
Born in 1887 from the will of a small colony of former British officers of the armies of India or Egypt who settled in Dinard, it is today, the second oldest golf in France.
Designed by Tom Dunn, on about fifty hectares of moor and dunes, it offers a spectacular sight on the sea from each hole. The sandy ground and the attention to the maintenance enables all year round play
This technical course, planted with broom and gorse, often buffeted by the wind, has always hosted many national and international events.
The Club House, a listed historical monument, has retained its British charm.
Since then, Le Nessay has become a partner with Dinard Golf Saint-Briac, to facilitate access for its customers to this magnificent course.