27 hole golf course, 3* Hotel and Restaurant, Saint-Malo Golf Resort offers a charming environment. Ideally located at equal distances from the region’s places of interest of the bay of Mont Saint-Michel and the Emerald coast, plenty of on-site and nearby activities.
- Swimming pool
- Bicycle rentals
- Practice range
- Training centre (2018)
Tourist attractions less than 30 minutes away
Since the Middle Ages, Le Tronchet has been an important crossroads between Rennes and St-Malo, close to Mont St-Michel, Dol-de-Bretagne and Dinan. To this day, it remains an ideal starting point for exploring the region’s tourist sites during your stay in Brittany.
The town of privateers is rich in history, a renowned seaside resort with some of the highest tides in Europe.
One of the most beautiful cities for art and history in Brittany.
The Mont-Saint-Michel is a wonderful natural site with some of the most spectacular highest tides in Europe.
Cancale is the perfect setting for fully experiencing the sea and the bay’s many activities.
Dinard is set on a succession of peaks that harbour creeks and fine sandy beaches with an emerald sea.
Small community with very rich heritage. Abbeys and Monasteries, all great opportunities for walks or hikes
To see and do in Saint-Malo
Offers an exceptional panorama over the old walled town and a magnificent promenade around the bay of Solidor
Built during the 14th century, home to an international museum created in honour of people of Saint-Malo (Malouins), the first French seafarers to cross the terrible Cape Horn at the end of the 17th century. Address: Tour Solidor, Saint Servan -Saint-Malo. Tel : +33 2 99 40 71 58
The unique heritage of its illustrious proprietor: Jacques Cartier of Saint Malo and discoverer of Canada in 1534. Address: Manoir Jacques Cartier -Rothéneuf -Saint Malo. Tel: +33 2 99 40 97 73
Created by the Abbot Fouré at the end of the XIX century, the sculpted rocks in Rothéneuf make up a strange universe populated with personages from another time. Address: Rochers Sculptés – Rothéneuf -Saint Malo Tel: 33(0)2 99 56 23 95
Grand bé and petit bé Islands
At the foot of the ramparts of St Malo, at low tide, the Grand Bé island becomes a peninsula; you can walk over and visit the tomb of Chateaubriand, the illustrious writer from St Malo. Be sure to check the tide schedule before accessing it. Nearby, Le Petit Be island, a veritable warship at anchor built by Vauban in the 17th century to defend the old town. Open depending on tides and weather, on foot or by ferry boat. Price: 6 € www.petit-be.com www.petit-be.com
Le Fort National
Historical monument built in 1689 by the great military architect Vauban to protect the port of Saint Malo. Accessible on foot at low tide, Fort National invites you to cross its drawbridge and go back in time. Tel: 33(0)6 72 46 66 26 Prices: 6 € www.fortnational.com www.fortnational.com
Plenty of things to do nearby
Theme park 5 minutes away
Play centre for children between 2-12, 35 minutes away
15 minutes away, the Aquarium is home to one of the finest collections of fish and sharks from the seas and oceans around the world. Take a walk around the shark ring or a trip on the Nautibus! Tel: 33(0)2 99 21 19 00 – www.aquarium-st-malo.com – For preferential rates, ask for the Aquarium Pass at the reception.
Relaxation and well-being at the Thermes Marins de Saint-Malo