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.
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 !
Panoramic tour of the ramparts
Inescapade visit of Saint-Malo intramural, the ramparts offer a breathtaking view of the sea and the corsair city. With a course of about 2 km, it will take you 45 minutes to go around but if it is too long for you, there is the possibility to go down to each door trough stairs.
Beginning your course at the Porte Saint Thomas, next to our hotel, you will have a beautiful view of the furrow beach and the national fort. A little further you can climb to the top of the Bidouane tower where you will have a panorama over the bay of Saint-Malo and the best view of the islands of Grand Bé and Petit Bé.
Your course will end at the Porte Saint-Vincent, main gateway to Saint-Malo intramural, from there you have a view of Esplanade Saint-Vincent, the castle and our hotel !
To find all the walks in Saint-Malo and its surroundings is here.
Along the coast
Bike ride to do and redo : the coast starting from Saint-Malo. You can then go to where you want for long bike rides or shorter ones. Go to Pointe du Grouin will offer you a unique view of the southern part of Mont-Saint-Michel. In its extension is the lighthouse of Pierre-de-Herpin. It is a nice bike ride that lets you breathe the sea air.
To find all the bike and mountain bike rides with circuits it's here.
Discovery of marine biodiversity
Climb aboard a semi-rigid boat and discover the marine biodiversity of the bays of Saint-Malo and Mont-Saint-Michel ! The association Al Lark offers 3 hours outings at sea where you will have the opportunity to go in search of the bottlenose dolphins and observe them in their natural environment under the direction of marine biologists. The departure is in Cancale, feet in the water !
To discover more sea trips is here.