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My hosts interpreted a lot for me, but Ifound the museum well done and informative. Having been to Antarcica, I was especially happy to see the section about Pierre Charcot (who came from Sait-Malo) and his ship, the Porquoi Non? There is also good info...More
I love it , the food the people, baguettes , nice environment, for tourist they have all the stores inside Intramuros , get the butter the shrimp, crab a little samll when I went , the cider from Saint Malo and also the spices you...More
We walked out to the fort just as the tide went out, and paid our money for admission. It's an interesting fort but has just one building on site, and that isn't open to the public. As we left, my wife was asked by someone...More
In 2018 this cost 5 euros to visit. You are given a guide in your native language to follow at your own pace to discover the history of the fort, or there are guided tours daily. I had an enjoyable 1/2 hour satisfying years of...More
Visited this fort last week which you can walk to when the tide is out in St Malo Bay / beach. We paid the entrance fee and the young French girl who spoke brilliant English, gave us a written pamphlet about the history of the...More
It's quite a walk. When you get close, you have to negotiate loose rocks and broken concrete.
When you finally reach the gate, you are able to read the tiny sign. 'Only opens July till September'. You look at your watch. It's only May.