Rendez vous in St-Malo

  • The main entrance gateway to the town of Saint-Malo in the Ille-et-Vilaine

    The main entrance gateway to the town of Saint-Malo in the Ille-et-Vilaine

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  • Le Petit Bé fort, Saint-Malo, as seen from Le Grand Bé at low tide

    Le Petit Bé fort, Saint-Malo, as seen from Le Grand Bé at low tide

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  •  Fort National, Saint-Malo (Bretagne, France), as seen from the castle of Saint-Malo at low tide

    Fort National, Saint-Malo (Bretagne, France), as seen from the castle of Saint-Malo at low tide

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Rendez vous in St-Malo 35400 Saint-Malo fr

The city of the “corsairs”, a coastal capital and the jewel of the Emerald Coast, Saint-Malo has always been the scene of great adventures throughout its long history.

Boasting a superb location in Brittany, on the northern tip of the l’Ille-et-Vilaine, on the border with Normandy and just a stone’s throw from Mont Saint-Michel, Saint-Malo is also the gateway to the Channel Islands and the south coast of England.

A place of history and legends, and the birthplace of illustrious historical characters, the town has, despite its occasionally somber past, managed to preserve its authentic atmosphere, characterised by ramparts, cobbled streets and old stone buildings.

Proud of its rich history, this renowned coastal resort is a resolutely modern town which is always looking towards the future.

 

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