Saint Malo

Saint Malo

Berth port of St Malo


The port is operating by St Malo Chamber of Commerce and is located right in the middle of one of the most charming, authentic town in France. The city can accommodate four ships at once . Vessels measuring less than 150 meters can dock at any of the 3 berths. Ships from 150 meters to 240 meters can anchor only a few minutes away by tender to the new terminal. Both the terminal and the tender landing are within less than a five-minute walk to gates of the walled city. Your passengers will experience the bustling atmosphere in restaurants, cafés and shops. Saint-Malo also boasts something else that few, if any, other destinations in France can claim: Shops that are open on Sundays. Dinard, across from St. Malo, is famous for its lovely sea promenade and Victorian-era homes Saint-Malo is a non industrial port and the only french port where you can explore the marvel of the western world and UNESCO heritage " the Mont St Michel" in half a day (only 45 minutes by coach from the dock).


Saint Malo
It is entirely surrounded by remparts and has the appearance when approached from Seaward of a fortress set in the middle of the sea. Discover the old local market, the castle houses and town hall.
Mont Saint Michel Unesco Site
The Wonder of the Western World" with its abbey home to a monastic community. It is surrounded by a magnificent bay, which is the theatre of the greatest tidal ranges in Europe, a grandiose spectacle.
Cancale the french capitale for oysters
This port' s history and evolution have always been concentrated on oyster farming and traditional fishing. You will discover the process of oyster , mussel farming with the " oyster farm/ market" .
Cap Frehel peninsula
Soaring cliffs, bracing walks, stunning views over the Channel Islands, seabird reserve, historic lighthouse, fortified castle: the wild Cap Frehel peninsula come straight out of a story book .

Press releases

The Route du Rhum : top sailing event : 24 october - 2 november 2014

The route du Rhum: a major international top level sailing event happening every 4 years for solo yachtsmen is expected to attract more than 20,000 tourists every day. The Route du Rhum is a 3,150 mile sailing race with around eighty experienced and well known competitors departing from St Malo to Point à Pitre on the Caribbean Island of...Read more