SAINT-MALO Corsair City
A Waterfront City, a History Rich with Events
Saint-Malo is the birthplace of such famous sailors and illustrious corsairs as Jacques CARTIER, Bertrand-François Mahé de la BOURDONNAIS, Robert SURCOUF, René DUGUAY-TROUIN...
The 1,754-metre long ramparts of Saint-Malo have been listed as National Historical Monuments since 1921.
Through the twists and turns of the shopping streets in the walled city, discover the atmosphere of the shops, restaurants, bars and gardens, where you can take a moment to rest. Also worth visiting: St Servan and its commercial thoroughfare, the Tour Solidor International Museum of Cape-Horners. Paramé and the Sillon.
To get the most out of your Saint-Malo getaway, there's nothing like forgetting the car, the traffic and the parking problems! Take a boat!