The Grande Plage is the "historic" beach of the city of Saint-Malo, in Ille-et-Vilaine, 3 km long and covered with fine sand.
North of the city, it is divided into three sectors namely, from west to east, the beach of Sillon, the beach of Hoguette and the beach of Rochebonne.
It is mostly bordered by a dike built from 1889 to 1913, lined with villas with typical architecture of the first great era of seaside tourism. Breweries and recreational facilities are also now established.
Swimming at the Grande Plage beach is supervised in summer. Besides the idleness, many water activities can be practiced during school holidays such as sailing, surfing, windsurfing or even sand yachting. Information on +33 2 99 40 07 47.
Holidaymakers and visitors can also walk on the dike and benefit from privileged views of the sea or the city center.
Information on 0 825 135 200.