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Charming hotel in the centre of Saint-Malo with a view over the sea and Sillon beach
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Saint-Malo, a town with a rich history
The Corsair City

Ideally located on Sillon beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in France, the Hôtel Le Beaufort invites guest to enjoy a peaceful break overlooking the sea. Admire the charms of this seaside resort. Very popular in the Belle-Epoque, the resort and its elegant architecture give this seaside town an authentic character.

A few minutes’ walk from the Hôtel Le Beaufort stands the fortified town, the historic centre of Saint-Malo. One of the most visited towns in France, its extensive historic and architectural heritage will delight all the visitors. Visiting the town centre means travelling back through centuries of history: the Château de la Duchesse Anne, the Vauban ramparts, Saint-Vincent gate, and more. Stroll along the town’s ramparts and around the typical streets and follow in the footsteps of the Corsairs who marked the history of this Breton maritime town!

Saint-Malo for all occasions
Stays in Brittany

Holidays in Saint-Malo offer plenty to satisfy young and old alike. Do not miss the Grand Aquarium de Saint-Malo where you can discover 600 different species and climb aboard a submarine simulator for a unique journey into the abyss. The many water sport activities offer you the chance to share some fun family moments: canoeing, surfing, stand-up paddle, land yachting, and more.

Saint-Malo is also ideal for a romantic getaway. On the programme: walks around the town's typical streets, romantic dinners as you watch the sun go down, treatments at the town’s Thermes Marins Spa that dominates the beach.


Festive Saint-Malo

Watch the departure of the Route du Rhum

Every four years, many people line the quayside of the Pointe du Grouin to watch the start of the legendary Route du Rhum at the end of October/start of November. This single-handed transatlantic sailing race without any stopovers brings together some of the best sailors in the world.

Read and travel at the Etonnants Voyageurs

Each year, authors from around the world take over the centre of this maritime town. Open to the outside world, it used to be a departure point for the New World. Etonnants Voyageurs - International book and film festival welcomes several thousand visitors every year.

Saint-Malo’s surrounding area
Holidays in Brittany

The Emerald Coast, the jewel of Brittany

Between Cancale and Cape Fréhel, discover the stunning landscapes of the Emerald Coast: fine sand beaches and bays, hidden coves and rocks, all lined with emerald green water. This is the face of wild Brittany that can be enjoyed during a hike, or a bicycle or horse ride thanks to the 350 km of signposted paths, including the GR34. Take advantage of your excursion to enjoy some gourmet breaks and savour the local culinary specialities that have made the area’s name: the famous oysters from Cancale and the renowned Breton pancakes! 

The Bay of Mont Saint-Michel

15 km from Saint-Malo, the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers exceptional natural landscapes that provide the stage for the spring tide phenomenon, the largest in Continental Europe! The bay jealously guards the precious island on which Mont-Saint-Michel abbey stands, the origin of which dates back to the 8th century. The building has been extended over the centuries and now presents different architectural styles which visitors from around the world come to admire!