Things to see and do - Saint-Malo
Unmissable tourist sites
Saint-Malo Travel guide
Saint-Malo : Michelin's recommendations
Encircled by its strong granite ramparts, this corsair city was destroyed in August 1944, but has been so well restored that its centre exudes an austere yet characterful harmony. A busy port and renowned seaside resort, Saint-Malo offers a relaxing blend of thalassotherapy, sailing clubs and fine sandy beaches. The island of Grand Bé, the Fort national and Sillon beach are all appealing attractions.
Tourist attractions Saint-Malo : Things to see and do
quai de Dinan F - 35400 St-Malo
By way of the St Vincent gate you reach the ramparts that were begun in the 12C. Some houses are still intact after the bombings of 1944. Beyond the Great Gate you'll find a view over the narrow isthmus which links the old town to the suburbs. From b..
F - 35400 Saint-Malo
The Rance is a river of mysterious origins that once knew the formidable power of the spring tides but is now harnessed by a tidal power station (left bank). The estuary is a superb stretch of water whose banks are rich with a varied heritage, full o..
pl. du Pilori F - 35400 Saint-Malo
Within the old city walls of St Malo you will find narrow cobbled streets and perfectly aligned buildings with granite façades. It's hard to believe that most of them were restored, if not rebuilt, after 1944! In high season and at the weekend the wh..
2 Rue Des Cordiers F - 35400 Saint Malo
Prix Prices from : 50 €
Hotel Elizabeth, situated in the historic Ship Owners district inside the walls of Saint-Malo offers an atmosphere of yesterday with the modern comforts of today. Guestrooms are distributed among 2 buildings, Les Armateurs, which includes the superi..
10 Rue Des Forgeurs F - 35400 Saint Malo
Prix Prices from : 59 €
Hotel Ajoncs d'Or is located in the heart of the historic fortified city walls of Saint Malo. It offers individually decorated rooms, which feature original artwork and free Wi-Fi access. Each soundproofed room has a private bathroom and satellite T..
2, place du Guet. F - 35400 SAINT MALO
Run by the same family since 1936. Opposite the Saint Pierre gate and 10' from the central square. The hotel provides accommodation in 24 rooms, some with seaviews. The dishes served in the restaurant place a strong accent on seafood and fish, all..
7 r. Jacques-Cartier F - 35400 Saint-Malo
In a pleasant 'ship's cabin' setting (dark wood panelling, brass lamps) or in the vaulted dining room, diners enjoy tasty seafood cuisine.
8 r. de la Corne-de-Cerf F - 35400 Saint-Malo
Behind the sea-blue façade, you can enjoy fish and seafood at the height of their freshness. The chef creates delicious and refined dishes, including a "tout homard" set menu that is tailor-made for fans of lobster.
6 r. Sainte-Barbe F - 35400 Saint-Malo
Since June 2012, a young couple has been breathing new life into this restaurant. The chef proposes, in particular, a set market menu that changes every day. This might include tasty sardine and pepper millefeuille, and roast hake and artichokes. Goo..
6 pl. du Poncel F - 35400 Saint-Servan-sur-Mer
Rest assured, you can put your faith in St Placide to stave off any hunger pangs! In the contemporary decor of this tiny restaurant, the chef gives his imagination free rein, concocting good cuisine in line with the times. Attentive service and a goo..
2 r. de la Pie-qui-Boit F - 35400 Saint-Malo
After a bracing walk along the ramparts, where better to sate the appetite? Seated by large windows, diners here enjoy tasty seasonal cuisine.
5 pl. Guy-La-Chambre F - 35400 Saint-Malo
In this Saint Malo institution (1945), it is as if time has ground to a halt! Inside the utterly retro restaurant, the waltz of the waiters in white jackets and bow ties is in full swing. As for the food itself, fish and seafood take pride of place. ..