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Wonderful view!

What is lovely about this beach is the triple view: the city coast behind with all the wooden... read more

Reviewed yesterday
andrelmsantos
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Paris, France
Beautiful sand, clean water, a proper seaside.

What better way to spend some time than to walk along the waters edge in the sunshine, waiting for... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
177suzanne
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Bacharach, Germany
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35400, Saint-Malo, France
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Reviewed yesterday

What is lovely about this beach is the triple view: the city coast behind with all the wooden trunks, the Cité Corsaire and the National Fort! All this becomes even more interesting at the golden sunset light, when you can admire even further this wonderful...More

Thank andrelmsantos
Reviewed 2 days ago

What better way to spend some time than to walk along the waters edge in the sunshine, waiting for and watching the sunset after a day swimming, people watching, and enjoying the beautiful wide sands and promenade that are a special partnof A visit to...More

Thank 177suzanne
Reviewed 1 week ago

Apart from weekends when the French like to organise activities and despite the jellyfish, this is a great beach, especially at sunset. Not many bars though, so take your own water.

Thank Tony_Sandra
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Absolutely stunning beach. If you stand at the Intros Muros walls and look out it is very reminiscent of the Malecon in Cuba. It is sandy, safe and just beautiful

Thank bobseastendcafe
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visitors to Saint Malo are probably heading for the old walled city and are aware of the long history of the place, which had its own East India Company, privateers, and no lack of what some of the competing countries called pirates, but this beach...More

1  Thank Kenpasha
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The beach is stunning and can take a lovely stroll and find a lot of nice shells. The water is very clean. Lovely and not crowded at all for a Friday afternoon (low tide).

Thank Xiaowen C
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Rented a house for six weeks on this 3 kilometer stretch of beach. At low tide the beach is very expansive with room for all manner of seaside activities. The concrete promenade is very wide and allows for bikes, runners, couples strolling, wheel chairs and...More

Thank Steven R
Reviewed 15 May 2018

Wander along the seashore. Make sandcastles that look like the real castle over the road. Pick up (but always throw back) seashells left behind by the tide. Be a child again. This must be the only place in all France where you can be almost...More

Thank IanRR255060
Reviewed 10 May 2018

An area there different things happens. It can be peaceful and chaos, all depending on the tide. Stroll here at low tide, avoid it at high tide.

Thank Highcoaster
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Ok, so the water may not be as warm and clear as the Caribbean nor the weather as consistently warm and sunny, but the beach at St. Malo has just about everything you could want for fine beach day. The sandy spit is broad, flat...More

1  Thank Seth M
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Every day, there are 2 TGV railways going directly from Paris (Montparnasse station) to Saint-Malo station in only 3 hours. Best regards, Bernard D.
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9 June 2015|
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Dogs are not allowed on Saint-Malo beaches, to keep the beaches as clean as possible.
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