The entrance gate to Saint Malo is truly impressive and since there are many places to walk around it, you will be able to have various views of this towering building.
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Saint Malo - Cite Corsaire
St Malo was named after MacLaw, a Welsh monk and bishop who fled to Brittany in 538. The 44-acre fortified city became really famous in 1590 when its inhabitants declared their city an independent...
The old city of St. Malo, the "Intra-muros" is a 44 acre fortress. The rampart walls are 20 feet thick and date from the 14th C although there was some updating in the 18th C and some rebuilding after...
Neither French, nor Breton but Corsair I am!
This motto says it all about the history of the city and the spirit of independence of its inhabitants.
You will be reminded of its rich history by visiting the Saint-Malo History Museum or when...
The port town of St-Malo is located at the mouth of the River Rance, and is one of Brittany's most popular tourist destinations.
I have read horror stories of tourist-overload in July &...
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