A royal city near the campsite
Brittany first attracts for its natural setting out of the ordinary. Region with strong character, it also pleases thanks to a very well preserved architectural and cultural heritage. More than mere monuments, it is often the cities themselves, all of them, that still bear witness to its rich history. Starting with Saint-Malo, one of the most famous Breton ports in Ille et Vilaine , just 30 kilometers from the Château de Galinée. It is impossible to ignore the privateer city wanted by Vauban. We always take pleasure in discovering the ramparts, the narrow and steep streets, the cathedral mixing Romanesque and Gothic styles, half-timbered houses and the history of shipowners, explorers and privateers like Jacques Cartier or Surcouf who have made the reputation of the fortified city. We also discover the childhood of the famous writer, Chateaubriand. The bay of Saint-Malo remains an ideal place to observe the largest tides in Europe.