About this place
Saint-Malo is named the pirate city. The malouinières, former holiday homes of shipowners, bear testament to the history of the city. At low tide, you can reach the Fort National and the Fort de Petit Be, two of the former bastions protecting Saint-Malo. At high tide, you must go to the Tour des Remparts to admire the superb sight of the waves breaking against the walls of Saint-Malo. In the old chateau, discover the History Museum of the Town of Saint-Malo and its wax gallery of the famous sons and daughters of the town. But Saint-Malo is not only a historical city - it is also a seaside resort with beaches, hotels and casinos.
Saint-Malo City Guide