Dinard Beach Cabins

Dinard 's beach huts have a long history and have been part of the city's identity for over a century. In the early 20th century, Dinard beach was popular with swimmers, and cabins were built to provide a private place to change and rest.

Dinard 's first beach huts were built in 1908, and their design was inspired by traditional beach huts used in England. The cabins were initially made of wood and painted white and blue, with slate roofs. Over the years the cabins have been improved and modernized, but they still retain their traditional appearance.

Dinard 's beach huts are today very popular with visitors and residents of the city. They are part of Dinard 's cultural heritage and contribute greatly to the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of the beach.

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