Champs des Roches
Take the exit for Plesin and Dinard from the D176 to St Malo. Drive into Plesin and look for a turn on the left in the town that is signed to a carpark at the site. It is a narrow lane. (If you miss it turn left at the next lights and there is another left turn that leads there).
A lot of young oak trees of all types of varieties have been planted here to create a garden of different oak species around the stones. An information board describes the site and associated legends and says the oaks were planted as they were sacred to the druids and the other name for the site is the “Cemetery of the Druids”. It is a very pleasant setting.
There are 65 stones remaining here in five rows. Many are fallen but you can make out the vague rows. In some places trees have grown up either side of the stones and among the rows. The tallest stone is a huge block that is around 2.4m (8ft) and most of the stones are quartz and granite.
The west row
Towards the west is another shorter row that is at right angles to the main alignments that runs along the side of a field.One legend of the site is that fairies were carrying the stones to Mont St Michel further up the coast but dropped here because they were too heavy. Another story associated with the stones is that in the 1860s priests were reported to have tried to stop the pagan merrymaking that people were in the habit of visiting the stones for.