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Cite d'Aleth - great port view

we got few recommendations from people in the area and also from our house owner. The place is... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Koren O
Inteesting history, pretty area

An interesting area close to St Malo. It has a marina, beach restaurants, a promontory to walk... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
alisch2015
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St Servan, 35400, Saint-Malo, France
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

we got few recommendations from people in the area and also from our house owner. The place is unique and very beautiful, The best is if you could park the car on the hill (in the Cite d'Aleth neighborhood and walk down to the port...More

1  Thank Koren O
Reviewed 3 March 2017

An interesting area close to St Malo. It has a marina, beach restaurants, a promontory to walk around and museums. It is worth finding out about the very interesting history.

Thank alisch2015
Reviewed 21 September 2016

This is not a city but a park and the views from it or Dinard on one side and St. Malo on the other are terrific, but I don't know if that justifies the 30 minute walk from St. Malo. There is a castle and...More

1  Thank flaneur40
Reviewed 20 September 2016

Amazing & fascinating museum of one of the most strategical german bunkers of the WW II. What a magical view of the sea, bay and port of Saint-Malo!

Thank Michaël B
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Enjoyed visiting here, particularly the 39-45 museum, excellent guided tour. Great views and had a lovely evening walk.

Thank Flaips
Reviewed 20 July 2016

We spent 4 nights in St Malo staying in area roughly between the Solidor Tower and Ferry Terminal in Saint-Servan. We had self-contained accommodation and visited the northern beaches of St Malo and Dinnard by car when we had it and then spent the rest...More

3  Thank John C
Reviewed 24 May 2016

Interesting walk around peninsula; fantastic views across to Dinard. Roman and pre-Roman remains. Square with sea views and cafés. Campsite. Walk down to beach and St Servan

Thank Linsaj
Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

Walked from / to St Malo intra muros, a good 8km with 2 kids (5&7). You can start by the Solidor tower then go up, pass the church ruins, continue to the 39-45 memorial (interior closed at this period). Then leave by the path in...More

1  Thank Franck M
Reviewed 8 October 2015

What a nice enjoyable walk throughout the area and along the coastline. Remnants is Saint Malo throughout, but my main interests were the WWII fortifications which remain. Huge concrete structures & cupolas. Even remnant German artillery pieces. This area took a real pounding to dislodge...More

1  Thank David B L
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Must see place in St Malo for folks interested in history. Google it before going will make the visit more worthwhile. Gives you a prespective on what WW II was like.

1  Thank Michael H
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patnpat2013
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Response from Bernard D | Reviewed this property |
You can walk around Aleth site (to see Rance river, Dinard and old Saint-Malo) when you want, because it is never closed. Best regards, Bernard D.
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