By: Condor Ferries on 22/08/2014

Top 10 St Malo hidden gems

Plage de Bon Secours

An expansive seawater pool - Piscine de Bon - dominates this popular large beach. The pool is perfect for high tide swims!

Fort National
Stroll through the tidal shallows to climb an old stone stairway from the ramparts to marvel at the remains of this former prison and its captivating maritime views

Île du Grande Bé

Getting out to this rocky islet involves a well timed walk at low tide. The tides move quickly and you could find yourself stranded for six hours, so choose your moment carefully.

Mont St Michel

Just over the border in Normandy, this breathtaking Abbey set majestically on a granite outcrop, just 600m from land, is definitely worth a visit.

Dinard and Dinan Market

Immerse your senses in the culinary pleasures on display and sample all that French culture has to offer. Dinard market is open every Tuesday and Thursday, with Dinan's open on Thursday's only.

Le Creperie des Lutins

Based in the old walled town, a favourite eatery for locals and tourists is Le Creperie des Lutins. The friendly, quirky interior has a fairytale theme of goblins, elves and fairies, and there are a number of delicious crepe creations on offer.

Grand Hotel des Thermes

Overlooking the shore, this hotel epitomises the utmost in French luxury. Tantalise your taste buds in one of the four restaurants on offer, or relax and enjoy one of the well being treatments on offer in the Spa.  

Fort de la Conchée

Jump on a boat and head 4km North to Fort de la Conchée,a marvel of French history dating back to the reign of King Louis XIV.

Le monde du coquillage

For  thrifty individuals this is a must see! Le monde du coquillageis a treasure trove of goodies for all budgets, it won’t leave you disappointed.

Plage du Sillon

Make a trip to the beach before low tide to marvel at the great expanse of sea disappear into the distance, Plage du Sillon is a real treat.

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