Saint-Malo, 20 minutes from the campsite
The distance between Saint Malo and the village of yurts, camping near Saint Malo is 15 km about 20 minutes.
The access is by Beaussais sur mer where in the center, you will take on the right the direction of Saint Malo. Cross the Barrage de la Rance (be careful in summer it opens at a fixed time to let boats pass). At the top of the road, take the first exit on your right, then follow the signs to the districts of Saint Servan or Intra muros.
Top 5 things to do in Saint Malo
- Walk on the Ramparts
- Discovery of Saint Servan
- Swimming in the seawater pool good help
- Go caressing fish in the touch tank of the Grand Aquarium of St Malo
- Embark on the ship l’Etoile du Roy, to discover the life of the Corsairs
Discover the surroundings of Saint-Malo
By coming to the yurt village of Beaussais sur Mer, you can easily visit Saint Malo, which is only 15 km from the Cité Corsaire. The campsite being small, it will give you relaxation and relief after your visit to Saint Malo where the flow of tourists is often very important.
The calm of the village will seduce you I’m sure, so do not hesitate to book your holidays with your family or your holidays with friends in Brittany at Village de Yourtes, Côtes d’Armor.
Twenty minutes from your yurt village, camping near Saint Malo, is located, the town of Saint Malo. To the boarding! Discover the most like privateer cities of Brittany. Start by going around the ramparts. Their construction dates from the 12ᵉ century, fortunately spared by the destruction of 1944, they reveal magnificent views, the houses of the rich shipowners, with high slate roofs and monumental chimneys. From the gates and bastions discover the Rance estuary, Dinard and its large beach, the Grand Bé island (where Chateaubriand lies), the Petit Bé island, the Cézembre island, the Conchée fort, the beaches of the Sillon, Rochebonne and Minihic.
Saint Malo also enjoys the two beaches of Le Môle and Bon Secours and its famous natural swimming pool.
After this breath of fresh air, visit the town within the city walls, it is full of activities, restaurants, crêperies, bistros, souvenir shops are available for you to eat or shop for souvenirs.
The paved groves are lined with buildings dating mostly from the post-war reconstruction, but some old buildings remain. Thus installed in the large keep and the castelet, the museum of history of Saint Malo and its illustrious men, Jacques Cartier, René Duguay Trouin, Robert Surcouf…
Then go to Saint Servan, district at the origin of Saint malo. In the 6ᵉ century, the Welsh monk Malo (one of the 7 founding monks of Brittany) evangelized the city of Aleth. Then in 1144, it came under the protection of another local saint: Servan.
The corniche d’Aleth reveals very beautiful views of the city of Aleth and the islands. The Solidor tower built in 1382 and then restored houses the museum of the Long Cours Cap Hornier.
Finally, let the beauty and charm of the Parc de la Briantais housing exhibitions and offering breathtaking views of Saint Servan, the Solidor Tower, Dinard and the Rance Valley.
A drink on the terrace, a good galette and back to the yurt village, campsite near Saint Malo.