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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Saint-Malo. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Saint-Malo is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Saint-Malo

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    Pointe du Grouin

    Hiking Highlight

    Nice windswept place with magnificent views.

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    Great views of the Fort National and ramp down to the beach trail to access it at low tide. The Fort National was built at the end of the 17th …

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    Chapelle Sainte-Anne

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The chapel dates back to the 11th century. The patron saint, Sainte Anne, was also the patron saint of one of the most formidable embarkation projects of the day, the …

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    Cancale

    Hiking Highlight

    Cancale has excellent fish restaurants and is best known for its oyster beds. Oysters are offered here in all variations at very affordable prices. The shells of the consumed Grand …

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    Remparts de Saint-Malo

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    Absolute recommendation - a circumnavigation of the city on top of the city wall - is free - you can leave the wall in several places and go to the old town or the beach.

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    Fort la Reine

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The bastion called Fort La Reine was originally an artillery battery called bastion du Cheval-Blanc, built on the orders of Vauban in 1694 after the first Anglo-Dutch bombing against the …

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    Place Chateaubriand

    Hiking Highlight

    Busy square behind the castle - here there are some Gastrobetriebe to host the tourists who arrive directly at the castle in the old town.

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    Mont Dol

    Bike Touring Highlight

    65 feet high, the Mont Dol juts out of the Marais, the shallow coastal strip of the Baie du Mont-Saint-Michel, and the way up is quite challenging. Once at the …

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    Dol-de-Bretagne

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The city besides its medieval past shelters the "cathedraloscope", a very interesting museum where you will learn absolutely everything about the builders of cathedrals. For more information on this exciting interpretation center, visit their website: cathedraloscope.com

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    Digue de la Duchesse Anne

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    The Digue de la Duchesse-Anne (also Duchesse-Anne-Damm or Brittany dam) separates the bay of Mont Saint-Michel from the Marais of Dol de Bretagne. The dike extends about thirty kilometers from …

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    Dinard

    Hiking Highlight

    Dinard is one of the most internationally renowned seaside resorts on the French Atlantic coast and is sometimes called Nice of the North or "La Perle de la Côte d'Émeraude" …

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    Cancale

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The inhabitants of Cancale can boast of having invented the ostréiculture, the breeding of oysters in the change of tides. Already in the Middle Ages oysters were cultivated here. In …

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    Plage de Bon-Secours

    Hiking Highlight

    Largest bathing beach in the old town - the highlight here is a large pool with a small diving tower. At high tide only the diving tower can be seen …

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    Moulin de la Saline

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Dozens of windmills once lined the coastline of Mont-Saint-Michel bay. Very few are still functional today. The Moulin de la Saline is an exception. It is open to visitors.

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    Museum and guided amphibious vehicles to the mussel banks and other coastal features.
    Mussel culture is the breeding of filtering molluscs of the family Mytilidae called "mussels", more precisely "marine …

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    This 23-hectare, wooded and flower-filled municipal park is located opposite the beach of the priory, with playgrounds, lakes, and sports courses. Port breton is also an animal park, which has …

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    Rochers Sculptes

    Hiking Highlight

    Abbe Foure has chiseled these granite stone figures out of the coastal rock.
    Entrance fee 2.50 €

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    Château de Combourg

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Built between the twelfth and the fourteenth century, the Château de Combourg is a marvel. But what makes it really essential is the work of one of these illustrious occupants, …

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    Plage du Sillon

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    Landscapes of Phew (as my daughter would say) and changing with the weather ... The view of St Malo Intra Muros is superb. The road on the beach is often …

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    You should do the whole walk of the moulinet

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