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We went to the fort kind of by accident.
We walked across not realising there would be a guided tour.
It was 6 euros per person and well worth it.
The guide was very knowledgeable and seemed very into his subject.
The tour lasted quite...More
At low tide we walked the causeway to visit the fort on Petit Be. We did a short guided tour led by a gentleman with an absolute passion for the fort, military history and Saint-Malo - his enthusiasm was infectious. Very interesting. Great views over...More
A sunny rather warm mid November afternoon we enjoyed a very pleasurable sit on a bench after a fabulous lunch in a restaurant nearby to enjoy the fabulous maritime views overlooking a glorious blue glistening sea. Many others were enjoying the fabulous location too not...More
As part of the history of St Malo it is great to visit but be aware that this was part of the other fortification on small islands designed to destroy anyone being daring enough to enter the area by sea..mainly the nasty English.
The entrance will cost you 6 euro per adult and 4 for youngster.
All the explanations are in French and the old man giving the lecture is really nice and fun. Being French he makes fool of the Brits and Dutchs which pleases French nationals....More
This fort is very small. We viewed it from Ile de Grand Be, as the water levels were rising, and it was very gray and miserable that day too.
Its very scenic, but there isnt much to it.
Its a fantastic walk there when the...More
Check the tide hours before leaving, the hotel "porte saint pierre" has them displayed outside. Back and forth, with stops to enjoy the views, it s a good 1 h30 walk. Our 2 sons (7&5) enjoyed climbing everywhere and crossing the ocean. We did not...More