In the vicinity of the hotel
Saint-Malo is a fortified city of character, built on a peninsula and proudly facing the English Channel. In fact, Saint-Malo is home to the highest tides in Europe, a real sight for sore eyes. Once you've passed through the gates of the old town, you'll be amazed by the narrow streets and monuments. Every corner of the town bears witness to its corsair past. From the castle to the cathedral of Saint-Vincent, you'll find a wealth of architectural treasures.
Full of charm and history, this town in northern Brittany is also particularly lively.
Saint-Malo is home to the Route du Rhum, where every 4 years, many curious onlookers and sailing fans gather to admire the fastest boats preparing to cross the Atlantic to Guadeloupe. But it's also home to the Route du Rock, as well as a host of festivals, including the Quai des Bulles comic strip festival and the Étonnants Voyageurs festival, which showcases books and films from around the world.
Saint-Malo and the surrounding area
From Dinard to Dinan, there are many magnificent sites to visit, not forgetting the mythical Mont Saint-Michel.
Discover a wide range of activities, mainly linked to the proximity of the English Channel, when you visit Saint-Malo.