The St-Malo, France images gallery highlights the citadel and marina, beaches and islands plus things to do and see near St-Malo.

St-Malo is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area of Brittany and enables visitors to enjoy a range of attractive scenery. This includes the captivating coastline of the Cote d’Emeraude (Emerald Coast), the stunning abbey of Mont St-Michel and the ancient Breton town of Dinan.

Citadel and Marina

Saint-Malo Citadel from the district of Parame
St-Malo Marina
A view of Fort National from the Citadel
The main entrance to St-Malo, Porte St-Vincent
Ferries to other destinations in Brittany depart from outside the Porte de Dinan gate
Cathedrale organ in St-Malo
The fortified citadel of St-Malo
The extensive marina of St-Malo
Demeure de Corsaire, a mansion block that survived the war intact.
Houses lining the Grande Plage of St-Malo
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Beaches and Islands near St-Malo

The Plage du Mole is named after the adjacent long jetty that branches out from the citadel walls
As the name suggests, Petit Be is the smaller fortified island found beyond Grand Be
As the tide retreats, bathers can swim in the seawater pool on the Plage de Bon Secours
St-Malo sunset seen from the Grande Plage
The fortified island of Petit Be
The Fort National was built to protect St-Malo from English attacks
Grand Be is the final resting place for the famous French writer, Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand
Petit Be close up
Saint Malo Eventail Beach
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Things to do and see near St-Malo

Mont St-Michel viewed from the causeway
Mont St-Michel Abbey
The ancient town of Dinan
Dinan boasts one of the most well preserved medieval centres in France
Cote d’Emeraude
Pretty village near Dinan
Basilique Saint-Sauveur, Dinan
Dinard is well known for its relaxed atmosphere
The Cote d’Emeraude
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