The "Cîté Corsaire" is known for its walled city, its numerous reefs and its fortified islets from the 17th and 18th centuries. The ramparts are undoubtedly the first tourist attraction of Saint Malo. They completely encircle the city and run alongside the castle. The other points of attraction are around the ramparts:

the Fort National, the fort of Petit Bé and the tomb of Chateaubriand on the island of Grand Bé are accessible at low tide. The Solidor tower near La cité d'aleth with the old cathedral and its Gallo-Roman walls, without forgetting La Digue de Rochebonne, bordered on one side by the numerous villas built towards the end of the 19th century, and on the other by the Sillon beach, 3 km long.