The city's centrepiece was constructed between the 12th and 18th centuries. The battle to liberate St-Malo destroyed around 80% of the...
Within the old city's walls, the tiny Aquarium Intra-Muros has a colourful collection of tropical river fish.
Musée du Château
Within Château de St-Malo , built by the dukes of Brittany in the 15th and 16th centuries, this museum looks at the life and history of...
Ben Harper–style music creates a mellow backdrop at this magical place filled with old books and a toy flying fox. Take a seat at the...
Le Bistro de Jean
Want to know where the locals choose to eat inside the walls? Peer through the windows of this lively and authentic bistro and you'll...
Le Chalut information
Lonely Planet review
This unremarkable-looking establishment is, in fact, St-Malo's most celebrated restaurant. Its kitchen overflows with the best the Breton coastline has to offer – buttered turbot, line-caught sea bass and scallops in Champagne sauce.