Dinard


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Dinard

(dēnär`), town (1990 pop. 10,341), Îlle-et-Vilaine dept., NW France, in Brittany, on an inlet of the English Channel. Formerly a small fishing village, it is now a popular beach resort.
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Bydd y ddau ffrind yn ymweld a'r dinasoedd sy'n gartref i gemau Grwp B Cymru, yn ogystal a Dinard yn Llydaw, lleoliad gwesty carfan Chris Coleman.
Sienna Miller was having a pretty wild night at the British Film Festival opening party in Dinard, France.
Wales will be based in the Brittany beach town of Dinard for the tournament, staying at the PS267-a-night Novotel Thalassa Dinard spa hotel between games with Slovakia in Bordeaux, England in Lens and Russia in Toulouse.
Chris Coleman's squad will stay in the coastal resort of Dinard, which is known as the 'Cannes of the North' with its beaches and mild climate making it a popular holiday destination.
The work will be carried out at Sabena Technics' facilities in Dinard and Bordeaux.
Omagh has also been screened at the Dinard Film Festival in France, and will be shown at the Flanders Film Festival.
In France, weekly rentals start from pounds 107 - down from pounds 139 - at Ryanair's destinations of Brest, Dinard, Limoges, La Rochelle, Poitiers, Rodez, St.Etienne and Tours.