The Corsair City
is known for its walled city, its numerous reefs and for its fortified islets from the 17th and 18th centuries. The defensive walls are undoubtedly the first attraction. They completely surround the city and the castle.
The other attraction nearby:
the “Fort National”, the “Petit Bé” and the Chateaubriand tomb on the island of Grand Bé are accessible at low tide. The Solidor tower on the city of Aleth with the old cathedral and its Gallo Roman walls and The Digue de Rochebonne, bordered by many villas from the XIXth century, and the Sillon beach, 3 km
Historic sites and monuments
Tides tables Mont St Michel & St Malo Risk of temporary flooding of the access road from a height of 12.95 meters. In order to observe the phenomenon of the rising tide at Mont Saint-Michel, you must be present 2 hours before the times indicated.
Weather Live : Rain radar (H-15 minutes)
Beach weather : Saint Malo
Bakery : Fournil de la Baie (road)
TheBist’Roz : Bar – Tobacco – Grocery – Bread store – Press (route)
Pharmacy : Pharmacie des Polders (itinéraire)
Doctor : Pintiaux Pascal (itinéraire)
Supermarket : Carrefour market (itinéraire)
Restaurant St Malo : Le Bistrot du Roche