Saint Malo, France

The town of Saint-Malo was built as a fortress to guard the mouth of the Rance River. He served as a refuge for centuries frightful pirates. Now they no longer exist, and Saint-Malo was the most visited city in Brittany. Walk through the busy streets of the reconstructed old city and the vast beaches, be sure to stop in Grand Port, in the port of Saint-Vincent, visit the castle, which houses the Municipal Museum, and the Grand Aquarium.