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10 things you never knew you could do in St Malo
1. Figh Flyers

In tandem with a qualified instructor, paragliding is an exhilarating way to discover the St Malo coastline from the sky!

 

 

2. Discover thalassotherapy

Immerse yourself in seawater therapy. For health and wellbeing, Brittany, a thalassotherapy centre, has been using the healing powers of the sea, rich in minerals and trace elements, for over 100 years.

 

 

3. On your marks, segway, go!

Zoom around the streets and seafront of St Malo – Segway style!

segway

 

 

4. Feeding time at the zoo

Have a day out at Branferé, a zoo and botanical garden containing nearly 150 species of animals.

 

 

5. Seafood, eat it!

St Malo is wonderful for eating and drinking. And seafood takes centre stage, with copious restaurants offering fresh catches within the city walls.

 

 

6. Rock out on the beach

Rock on at St Malo’s beach and the historical Fort de Saint-Pere, with this alternative, indie and rock music festival during

 

 

7. Dolphin tale

The AL LARK association run guided sea trips, raising awareness of the areas rich biodiversity, and taking in the sea birds, seals, porpoises and dolphins which inhabit the bay of St Malo.

 

 

8. Practice your longe-cÔte

Take a water-hike in the bay of St Malo. In combination with a paddle, you can walk to the rhythm of the sea for a moment of intense oxygenation.

 

 

9. Horsing around

An original and ecological way to explore St Malo is on a horse drawn carriage tour, taking you along the bay and through the old town.

horsing around

 

 

10. Crêpe Cuisine

‘L’Atelier de la Crêpe’ host professional crepe-making courses (requiring 70+ hours training!). If you want to master the art, they offer tourist workshops every Saturday for a few hours.

crepe cuisine

 

 

Find out more at www.brittanytourism.com