Alpha Ocean

93 Boulevard de Rochebonne, Saint-Malo, Brittany, 35400, France
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Luggage storage

by jadugan

I am traveling to St. Malo by train, then 4 hours later taking the ferry to Jersey. I would like to explore St. Malo during that time and the ferry office does not store luggage for its passengers due to security measures. Does anyone know where I can stow luggage for a few hours. I am told the SNCF station does not offer a "consigne" but am not sure if that is accurate.

RE: Luggage storage

by qaminari

I don't think it does, but maybe you could phone one of the numbers on here (station or tourist office): ttp://www.brittany-ferries.fr/index.cfm?articleid=554
Hope a St. Malo-based VT-er will have a solution for you.

Re: Luggage storage

by mjmaniezzo

I have the same problem, except I am arriving by Ferry.

Travel Tips for Saint-Malo

Rainbows

by rexvaughan

I saw this double rainbow one day in St. Malo - the first time I had ever seen a double and the brighter one was more brilliant than any I had seen (it was better in person than in the photo). I also saw another rainbow photo on VT member Sunshine64's page so you might want to check it out as well. Anyway my conclusion is that these wonderful rainbows are common here. Rain or shine the beach especially at sunrise and sunset can offer some spectacular sights.

Shopping wiht great curiosity

by Toshioohsako

Saint Malo has several streets where you can find a plenty of local products.

Among others. the following streets are particularly interesting:

-Rue de la Vieille Boucherie
-Rue de la Barbinas
-Rue de la Come de Cerf

These streets are connected to each other. Take time and visit all shops on these streets

The National Fort

by Beckhanne

The National Fort can be visited at low tide. This monument is the closest to the intra-muros, opposite the casino. It was build on the orders of the king Louis XIV from 1689 until 1743 at the same time of the ramparts of the inner city in order to defend it. Some inhabitants of Saint-Malo were imprisoned in the fort by the Germans during the Second World War. The Fort can be visited during the school holidays or every day from June 1 until September 30 but don't forget to check out the opening hours as they change everyday because of the high tide.

Stat of Robert Surcouf - The Famous Privateer

by Goner

For some reason the picture I took of the statue of St. Malo's favorite privateer didn't make it across the big pond. I've borrowed one from a website, please forgive me.

The statue of Robert Surcouf (1773-1827) towers above the harbour’s many rocks and pools and the outlying islands. It was built to pay homage to Malo's last and most famous privateer. He started young and must have added much to St. Malo's coffers before he retired to warrant such a monument.

Saint-Malo

by grayfo

Positioned on a granite rock in the Channel, Saint-Malo (whose modern name is taken from a British Monk "Malo" who came to convert the region to Christianity in the 6th century A.D.) is attached to the mainland by a causeway. This walled city radiates outward from the town's chateau and its centrepiece, the Cathédrale St-Vincent, both of which lie near the peninsula's tip. Saint-Malo’s ancient streets are full with boutiques, bars and restaurants. It also has splendid Atlantic vistas, marinas, beaches and scrumptious seafood.

Much of the town was rebuilt after its almost complete destruction by American bombing in August 1944 during World War II.

Saint-Malo offers many attractions such as the museum the castle and the aquarium. There are also many boat trips from Saint-Malo to the Channel Islands, which although under British jurisdiction are much closer to France than England.

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Address: 93 Boulevard de Rochebonne, Saint-Malo, Brittany, 35400, France