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Saint-Malo has always lived with the sea, and knew, throughout its prestigious history, to draw all the benefits .
True to its maritime vocation , it is now the first port of the northern coast of Brittany for trade but also for transport to England , Ireland and the Channel Islands.
Difficult to sum up a past as rich adventure as that of St Malo. Steeped in history, Saint-Malo lives changed considerably over time .
In stay in Saint Malo, you will fall in love with the Corsair City and its Vauban fortifications.
You can visit the old town, its castle, its ramparts and its historical course.
Near Saint Servan, stop to visit the Solidor Tower with the Museum of Cape Horners. Or the City of Alet, where traces of the Second World War are still present.
Do not miss periods of high tides in Saint Malo, they are among the most important in Europe. The photography enthusiasts will spend unforgettable moments.