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A fall in Saint-Malo

You want to take holiday or weekend in October and you say that visiting Saint-Malo is only done in summer ? This article will prove you the opposite.

The climate

In early fall that is during the second half of September and in October, you can still enjoy the sunny days of Saint-Malo. Even if you have to cover yourself, the sun shines and the temperatures are mild. The perfect weather for walks especially along the furrow.

Bertel crepes

Do you know the pancakes that we offer for breakfast?

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Saint-Malo by rainy day

When it rains we think it's a day to stay locked up at home or in his hotel room but when you're in Saint-Malo you have to enjoy !

To not stay at home or in the rain, we will offer in this article activities to do indoor.

 

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The walks in Saint-Malo

During you stay in Saint-Malo it is inevitable to do at least one walk, whether on foot, by bike or aboard a boat ! In this article we will propose you a walk of each.

 

Pedestrian walks

Many walks can be do in Saint-Malo. This in an opportunity to take a deep breath of sea air and enjoy a beautiful sunny day !

La Tour Solidor

Solidor Tower

Solidor Tower is a fortified dungeon, situated at the mouth of the Rance, opposite Dinard. It is composed of three towers linked together by short curtain walls. Today, Solidor Tower houses a museum celebrating Brittany’s Cape Horners.

The Great Aquarium

The Great Aquarium

Discover eight collections covering both cold and tropical seas. In the touch tank, visitors get a chance to meet the rays close up. You can also touch turbots and spider crabs or enjoy the thrill of stroking sharks.

39-45 Memorial

39-45 Memorial

The Memorial, located in the fort of the City of Aleth, offers a guided tour in the midst of memories of the Second World War, and traces the evolution of the conflict in the heart of the city Malouine. On 500 m² divided into three levels and a dozen rooms, the visitor plunges into this dark period of the Malouine region. Photos, models, weapons, documents are there to recreate the atmosphere of this era.

La Cité d'Aleth

Cité d'Aleth

The Cité d’Aleth, in Saint-Malo, is a headland at the mouth of the Rance River. It offers a stunning view of Dinard. Armoured cupolas or gun turrets, left behind in World War II, can still be seen here.

Dinan

Dinan

Dinan is a fortified town, once defended by its impressive castle, and encircled by ramparts. Built mostly on a hill, it has a strategic location on the route between Normandy and the northern coast of Brittany. From 75-metre high position, Dinan overlooks the Rance river as it flows north before emptying into the Channel between Saint-Malo and Dinard.

Dinan, with its bridge, was long the most northerly point for crossing the Rance, which a little further downstream becomes a wide estuary.

Ville de Saint-Malo

Municipality of Saint-Malo

The city of Saint-Malo is mainly known for its ramparts, it is from here that the explorer Jacques Cartier and the corsair Robert Surcouf embarked for their adventures around the world. Saint-Malo formerly included the old city intramural and the districts of Rocabey, Gare, Marville, Courtoisville and Découverte. Today, and since 1967 thanks to a merger, the communes of Saint-Servan and Paramé belong to the commune of Saint-Malo.

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