In Saint-Malo, walk along the ramparts – the stunning stone walls that envelope the old city – and make sure you stop by the historic chateau and the local history museum inside. Afterwards, you can while the day away enjoying the impressive tides of the Plage du Sillon beach.

    Food lovers will find much to savour in the area as well. The region does pastry incredibly well, and is known for its savoury galettes and luxurious sweets such as crepes and croissant-like kouign-amann cakes, but you'll also find fresh, locally caught mussels and oysters, and world-renowned wine.

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