Forever stamped by History, legends and famous people, the authentic corsair city also boasts its ramparts and ancient monuments. Come to visit Saint-Malo all year round to discover magnificent sites, its iodised and tonic climate, as well as breathtaking coastal sceneries.
Saint-Malo is a terminal for a ferry service to Portsmouth in England via the Channel Islands. It also has a railway station offering direct TGV service to Paris and several links to Guernsey and Jersey in the Channel Islands via a fast ferry catamaran service.
Saint-Malo has one of the highest concentration of sea food restaurants in Europe. It is famous for its local oysters from the nearby village of Cancale.
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