Activities in Saint-Malo

Thalasso à Saint-Malo


Les Thermes Marins de Saint-Malo Thalasso & Spa, Aquatonic® Pool, for an hour, a day, a weekend or more.
Spa à Saint-Malo


Facial and body treatments, body scrubs, body wraps, slimming, foot reflexology: the treatment menu suits for both women and men….

Golf de Saint Malo


Along the Emerald Coast, 15 minutes from Saint-Malo, the Saint-Malo Hotel Golf & Country Club **** is a must.  The 27 hole domain is spread over more than one hundred hectares, bordering the Mesnil forest (hunting grounds to Robert Surcouf, the famous privateer (1773-1827), whose flag can be seen from the greens…)

Activités Nautiques à St-Malo


A sailing school next to the Thermes Marins offering water sports such as windsurfing, sand sailing, catamaran, surfing…

Grand aquarium de Saint-Malo

Le Grand Aquarium

Home to one of the finest collections of sharks and fish from the oceans and seas around the world. Unique : the 360° shark ring aquarium and the Nautibus ride!

Tourism in Saint-Malo

The town of privateers

Intramuros, the old walled town of Saint-Malo and its ramparts built by Vauban is steeped in history with lots many tiny streets full of shops, cafés and restaurants.

La cité d'Aleth à Saint-Malo

La cité d’Aleth

A beautiful walkway with panoramic views of the Solidor harbour, the Rance estuary and its tidal energy plant, Dinard and the old walled town. See the remains of the cathedral and the WWII memorial museum built into the air defence bunkers dating from the occupation.

La tour Solidor à St-Malo

The Solidor Tower

Built during the XIVth century to control the town of St Malo, then converted into a prison, Solidor tower now houses the International Museum of the Cap Horn Long-Course in honour of the sailors of St Malo, the first French explorers to cross the formidable Cap Horn a the end of the XVIIth century.

Le Grand Bé et petit Bé

Grand bé and petit bé islands

Small uninhabited island at the entrance to the Rance estuary and below the ramparts, the Grand Bé is a tidal peninsula where at low tide you can visit the grave of Chateaubriand, the famous writer born in Saint-Malo.

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Fort National

A historic building built in 1689 by the military architect Vauban to protect the port of Saint Malo. All tours with an experienced tour guide.

Le Manoir de Limoëlou

Manoir de Limoëlou

The manor is the only remaining legacy of its illustrious owner, Jacques Cartier, a native of St. Malo and discoverer of Canada in 1534, this great explorer of the renaissance opened the North American continent to France through the St. Laurent River.

Les Rochers Sculptés

Les rochers sculptés

5 km from Thermes Marins, towards Cancale, the carved rocks (rochers sculptés) at Rothéneuf, a strange world populated by characters from another time. In the 19th century Father Fourré started sculpting the rock creating a huge naïve style sculpture.

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A resort located 15 km from Saint-Malo, Cancale is a picturesque fishing port which nestles under the cliffs, renowned for its oysters with oyster beds visible at low tide.

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A holiday hot-spot for the British during the 19th century, Dinard is a beautiful holiday town which still contains the charm and architecture of the past with plenty of tourist attractions (great market on Saturday mornings all year round).

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Former medieval town of the Dukes of Brittany, Dinan rises above the Rance Estuary. Visit the medieval ramparts and streets and the English garden.

Le Mont Saint-Michel, Bretagne

Le Mont-Saint-Michel

55 km from St Malo, the second and most remarkable tourist site in France …