A getaway in Saint-Malo

Saint-Malo, a former privateer|Photo François LevaletDinard is a superb resort|Cancale is famous for its flat oysters and shells|Saint-Suliac is a fishing harbour village|The medieval town of Dinan|Fort-la-Latte built in the 14th century has retained its feudal aspect|

Description
Themes : heritage, nature, relaxation, family, week-end,

Ancient city of the Corsair Surcouf, Saint-Malo is a famous seaside resort. The city of Saint-Malo is remarkably rebuilt identically after its destruction to 80% during the second world war. It is a very active port, one can admire the ramparts and the Grand Aquarium of Saint-Malo.


Accomodation
Hôtel Ar Iniz, Saint Malo, France (en)
Hôtel
Providing a direct access to the Sillon Beach, Hôtel Ar Iniz offers a regional restaurant, a bar and a terrace with a view of the sea....
L'Hôtel Ascott, Saint Malo, France (en)
Hôtel
This renovated, 19th-century mansion sits in the residential area of Saint-Servan, right at the mouth of the Rance River just 400 metres from the beach....
Hotel Malouinière Le Valmarin, Saint Malo, France (en)
Hôtel
Le Valmarin is a charming 18th-century Malouinière, enclosed in a 3000 m² tree-lined park. It is located 50 metres from the beaches of Saint-Malo....
The stages
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Saint-Malo
Ancient city of the Corsair Surcouf, Saint-Malo is a famous seaside resort. The city of Saint-Malo is remarkably rebuilt identically after its destruction to 80% during the second world war. It is a very active port, one can admire the ramparts and the Grand Aquarium of Saint-Malo.
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Dinard
Dinard is a superb resort with beautiful beaches, promenades along the sea, sumptuous villas and gardens where flourishes a Mediterranean vegetation. Dinard has retained the special charm of the Belle Epoque stations.
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Cancale
Cancale is famous for its flat oysters and shells. This fishing port and oyster centre is located in the hedge of Mont-St.-Michel. But Cancale is also a seaside resort where it makes good to stroll on the quays and jetties at the small port of swell.
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Saint-Suliac
Labeled «Most beautiful Village of France» Saint-Suliac is a port village of fishermen in the estuary of the Rance River, it is one of the few truly marine villages of this estuary, between Saint-Malo and Dinan. Its narrow streets and its old houses in granite are turned towards the port.
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Dinan
The medieval town of Dinan is surrounded by its ramparts dominated by the imposing Castle. City of Art and history, it has preserved old half-timbered houses. Cobbled and picturesque streets are lined with shops, restaurants and crêperies with typical decorations.
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Fort-la-Latte
Fort-la-Latte built in the 14th century has retained its feudal appearance. It occupies a spectacular site overlooking the sea of more than 60 metres. There's the Tower of the Watchtower, the oven to Redden the cannonballs and the Dungeon. The chemin de ronde, it has amazing views of the Emerald Coast.
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