Tour of Saint-Malo

Experience rich in discovery

You discover the history of the city with tour of Saint-Malo with the tourist train and learn via audio-description by individual headphones. The commentaries are with sound effects, music, character voices.. They make you immerse in the era of privateers and pirates. A special commentary with the characters Zig & Zag is offered to children.

Commentaries are available in 6 languages : French 🇫🇷, English 🇬🇧, Spanish 🇪🇸 , German 🇩🇪, Italian 🇮🇹 , Portuguese 🇵🇹. However, because of covid 19, our tours are only available in French language. Comments are broadcasted via loudspeakers and not within individual headsets as usual. A helmet can be provided only on request to the driver for foreign passengers.

Les rues de l'intra-muros
The streets of Intra Muros are ageless. Many have taken them, but few know their history.
Le Sillon elected "one of the most beautiful beach in France" in 2019) is a must-see-place ! Bordered by houses and villas typically Breton. From there, you can enjoy a magnificient panorama.
Saint-Malo une ville incontournable
Did you know ? Previously Saint-Malo was an island. Intra-muros was accessible by boat, unlike today. Learn more with a tour of Saint-Malo.
La poterne d'Estrées
La poterne d'Estrées gives an access to one of the beaches of Saint-Malo.
The Bon Secours natural swimming pool is available for diving and gives a unique vew on the corsair city.
Le Fort National emblématique de Saint-Malo
Le Fort National has its own history. It may be visited at low tide when the French flag is hoisted.
Découvrez les marées de Saint-Malo
The corsair city is known for its very impressive highest tides in Europe. The tidal range may reach 13 meters !
Les goélands à Saint-Malo
Seagull or Gull ? Gulls are distinguished by their yellow beak and red patch under their beak. Seagulls have only a small red beak.
The mythical cathedral of Saint-Malo suffered from two devastating fires. Its reconstruction was completed in 1971.
Balade avec le petit train de Saint-Malo
Many boats from all over the world come to anchor in Saint-Malo. Some can be visited during their stopover.
Les brises lames dans le sable sur la plage du sillon à Saint-Malo
Did you know ? The "Brises-lames" serve to “break” the water during high tides.
Le tour des murs de la Cité Corsaire
The ramparts are accessible only by foot. During your walk, you will discover the statues of great men who made the city famous.