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Place Chateaubriand | Porte Saint-Vincent,, 35400, Saint-Malo, France
+33 825 13 52 00
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Reviewed yesterday

Spent an couple of hours just wandering having arrived early on the Portsmouth Ferry. The old town was just waking up and coming alive which was a delightful experience having quiet streets to wander around and to have most of the Ramparts to ourselves on...More

Thank Alan P
Reviewed 2 days ago

I had just finished read, "All the Lights They Cannot See" and remembering the history of the city during WWII was just incredible. I knew I was walking on a piece of very important history!

1  Thank Marcy W
Reviewed 2 days ago

walking around the city walls around 9 at night, we were surprised to see swimmers still in the sea. we stayed and watched the activity in the harbour and were treated to a wonderfull sunset view

Thank scubajonb
Reviewed 3 days ago

Walking the ramparts is very popular and I can see why. Its a great way to walk around the lovely City of St Malo and see all aspects from high above. It is a quite strenuous with lots of steps to climb but if you...More

Thank Pathfinder617
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We stay for a few days and of course "Les Ramparts" formed part of our visit. In the end we used them every day for our trips to the beach, restaurants or simply when admiring the fabulous sunsets. Always worth a detour!

Thank Hendrik O
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The walls encircle the pleasant old town with its many eateries and tourist shops. The walls are in excellent condition and offer some super views.

Thank curlytail55
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well worth detour nice views in a very pittoresk city. The old town is well preserved and offers a lot to see. Finally you can find some nice restaurants there.

Thank Mestengo76
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The 2 km walk round remparts allows you to view outside and inside together. Start with this walk then dive into the good selection of retail shops and endless creperies!

Thank David270443
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Normally Brits sail into to St Malo and then onto other destinations. If you get the chance, stop and have a look around this fantastic little city. Great views from the ramparts particularly on a good day.

Thank Richard P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You will never tire of walking around the ramparts of this beautiful city. There is so much to see whether the tide is in or out and every time you visit you will notice something different. What a beautiful place! Plenty to see for all....More

1  Thank Rhiannon H
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Response from Houses12 | Reviewed this property |
Found the street where the story is set but after the devastation the area is too new. Unable to locate bakery when we visited
21 December 2016|
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No, the rempart is free to all