Tourism

Discover Saint-Malo from the comfort of our hotel.
Visit the Great Aquarium, rock sculptures, Fort National and Bourbansais Zoo. See Mont-Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo’s Spring tides, and be sure not to miss the Solidor Tower, which nowadays houses a museum celebrating Brittany’s Cape Horners.

Dinan

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The city of Dinan if fortified by a belt of ramparts and was defended by an imposing castel. A strategic point for traffic between Normandy and the north coast of Brittany, Dinan is built mainly on a hill. The city dominates 75 meters Rance River flowing north to fling into the Channel between Saint-Malo and Dinard. Dinan proposed for a long time the northenmost bridge to cross the Rance River and its wide estuary.

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Dinard

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Dinard is a famous seaside resort, especially with the British and Americans, it is one of the most prestigious in France thanks to its classified villas, palaces, casino and culturals events. Since the 1990s is organized the British Film Festival. Its official name was Saint-Enogat until 1879 then Dinard-Saint-Enogat from 1879 to 1921 and Dinard since 1921.

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Rock sculptures

Rock sculptures

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Discover the monumental work produced over 25 years by a deaf and dumb priest, the Abbé Fouéré (1839-1910). Having chosen sculpture as a new means of expression, he took refuge among the rocks, where he began a long dialogue with the granite, using only a hammer and chisel.

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Mémorial 39-45

Mémorial 39-45

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The Memorial, located in the fort of the City of Alet, offers a guided tour in the midst of memories of the Second World War, and trace the evolution of the conflict in the heart of the city Malouine. On 500 m² divided into three levels and a dozen rooms, the visitor plunges into this dark period of the Malouine region. Photos, models, weapons, documents are there to recreate the atmosphere of this era.

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Fort National

Fort National

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This historical monument was built in 1689 by the great military architect Vauban to protect Saint-Malo’s port. Its past is closely linked to that of the town, commonly known as the Cité Corsaire or “privateers’ city”. Visitors can discover its historical background during a guided tour of the two fortifications and their vaults. Stunning view of the bay and town of Saint-Malo.

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