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Citadel

Saint-Malo Castle
Both the town hall and museum can be found within the ramparts of St-Malo castle.
Cathedrale St-Vincent
The tall spire of the Cathedrale St-Vincent is a landmark for sailors approaching St-Malo.
Surcouf
Renowned sailor of France. This statue of Robert Surcouf is set within the Champs Vauverts on the walls.
Porte de Dinan
Ferries leave for Dinard and other destinations in Brittany from the quayside outside the Porte de Dinan gate.
Demeure de Corsire
Visitors can take a guided tour of Demeure de Corsaire, a mansion block that survived the war intact.
Porte St-Vincent
The main entrance to St-Malo, Porte St-Vincent, gives access into the Place Chateaubriand.

Beaches and Islands

Plage de Bon Secours
As the tide retreats, bathers can swim in the seawater pool on the Plage de Bon Secours.
Grand Be
Grand Be is the final resting place for the famous French writer, Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand.
Fort National
The Fort National was built to protect St-Malo from English attacks. It never fell to enemy action.
Grande Plage
Looking west to the citadel of St-Malo from the main beach that stretches east of the town.
Plage du Mole
The Plage du Mole is named after the adjacent long jetty that branches out from the citadel walls.
Petit Be
As the name suggests, Petit Be is the smaller fortified island found beyond Grand Be.

Nearby

St-Servan Tour Solidor
The imposing tower of Tour Solidor is the dominating landmark in the district of St-Servan.
Parame
A modern seaside resort, Parame is a popular place to stay on a visit to St-Malo.
Rance Estuary
The picturesque village of St-Suliac hugs the banks of the River Rance south of the barrage.
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