Hotel Restaurant De La Porte Saint-Pierre

Rue de la Janaie, 35400, Saint-Malo, 35400, France
Hotel Restaurant De La Porte Saint-Pierre
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Travel Tips for Saint-Malo

Brittany - a sea food heaven!

by Toshioohsako

Indeed, Brittany is rich offering a variety of sea foods - oysters, lobsters and mules, etc. You can eat dishes made of these all the year around. Enjoy! Sea food restaurants are everywhere in Saint Malo.

View from Ramparts

by black_mimi99

It was fantastic. The most extraordinary thing about the city is that the ramparts, which are big wide walls surrounding the city that you can walk on, and we did. It is a port town, so right over the ramparts was oceans. The port area or bay or whatever was filled with boats, some of the small islands, views on the left is the city with the old and new houses and also narrow street which is full of shops.

Chateaubriand - Where's the Beef

by Goner

The most famous inhabitant of St Malo Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand (yes, like the cut of meat) was born in 1768 and lived 9 years in St Malo. He lived for one year in Ohio and visited the Mississippi River and then became Secretary of Foreign affairs in France. Chateaubriand is also know as a famous French author that every French pupil has to study in class.

Legend has it Chateaubriand had a great craving for tender meat and he asked his chef to cook it between two raw steaks to ensure that it remained very bloody and very hot. The nearby Hôtel du Château in Combourg(take the N137 from St-Malo and turn left when you hit the D3) still serves the dish today.

You can see a statue of Chateaubriand at the address listed below. At low tide, it’s a 25-minute stroll to the Ile du Grand-Bé, the site of the tomb of Chateaubriand, (1768-1848) marked by a cross. Warnings are posted of the dangers of attempting to return from the island when the tide has risen too far – if you're caught there, there you have to stay.

The Fortress of Normandy's Coast

by dimilag

St Malo is a wonderful town. According to my opinion is one of the most beautiful city in Normabdy. The first thing you should do is to explore it. The best way to see the town is on foot. Take a walk along the ramparts for the best view of the bay and islets. Some of the walls date back to the 14th century. Begin your walk at Porte St-Vincent.

Now inseparably attached to the mainland, Saint-Malo is the most visited place in Brittany. Sites of interest include: The Aquarium Intra Muros offering a treasure of tropical fish. The Fort National Built by Vauban in 1689, this stronghold assured the protection of the city for many years and offers exceptional view of the ramparts. The Labyrinthe du Corsaire to explore this magnificent maze, you do not have to follow the crowd as you can choose from 4 different routes depending on your sense of adventure .The Fort du Petit Bé is situated just off of the coast and can be accessed by boat at low tide. The Musee D'Histoire de la Ville allows you to discover the exceptional history of Saint-Malo and its people, sailors or intellectuals through many collections exhibited in their historical context.

Saint-Malo has an exceptional setting, its "cité corsaire", history, architecture and the view will leave you spellbound. Throughout the year, Saint Malo is the setting for a large number of events: the Route du Rhum yacht race and the Etonnants Voyageurs book festival… Saint-Malo, is also thalassotherapy, a casino and an aquarium.

I HAVE ALMOST COMPLETED MY SAINT MALO PAGE. PLEASE ENJOY YOUR JOURNEY TO MY PAGE.

St. Malo, France

by Sunshine64

"Up came the sun and dried up all the rain"

We drove from L'Orient to St. Malo, and it was raining when we arrived in the afternoon. Luckily, the sun came out, made this beautiful double rainbow, and dried things up so we could walk on the beach and out to dinner.

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