Saint-Malo – city and port in Brittany in north-western France, located on the shores of the English Channel at the mouth of the Rance River.
The port of Saint-Malo is one of the most popular tourist sites of Brittany. He is known in the world’s most powerful tides, old quarters of the city, surrounded by walls, beaches and resorts.
From Saint-Malo come many famous travelers explorers Jacques Cartier, explorer of Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Jacques Gouin Boschen, Bertrand François Mahé de Louis-Charles Mahé de La Bourdonnais, Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresnes, Robert Surcouf. Saint-Malo is also known as the birthplace of writer Francois de Chateaubriand and scholar Pierre Louis de Maupertuis. In the VI century about Saint-Malo Saint Aaron lived Aletsky.