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Saint-Malo travel guide

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You're Going to Love Saint-Malo

The ancient port of Saint-Malo is one of the jewels of France's Brittany region. It's the kind of achingly beautiful city where romance, history and beaches combine to create an irresistible combination.

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When to Visit Saint-Malo

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Summer is the best time to visit. Between June and August, the beach is at its best, the Folklore Festival comes to town and Brittany is alive with energy.

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How to Get to Saint-Malo

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Where to Stay in Saint-Malo

The best hotels in the Old Town include the Hotel Maison des Armateurs and the Le Grand Hôtel des Thermes, which has a luxury spa attached.

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How to Get Around Saint-Malo

The Cost of Living in Saint-Malo

Shopping Streets

Central Saint-Malo is full of classy boutiques, like the shoe retailer Bessec or wine merchants like V and B. There are also outdoor markets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Intra Muros neighborhood.

Groceries and Other

Saint-Malo's supermarket options include E. Leclerc and Carrefour, where you should be able to find a gallon of milk for around EUR3.50.

Where to Eat in Saint-Malo

Great food is everywhere in Saint-Malo. Standouts include Le Chalut, which caters for seafood fans, Autour du Beurre, who make their own range of butters, and Bistro de Jean, which specializes in poultry dishes. Prices should be around EUR20-25 per head.