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The lowering tide reveals the causeway to Le Grand Be for a nature walk around this small island. Offering a different view of the walled city and the chance to leave the hustle and bustle of the ramparts, City streets and packed beaches behind.
Amazing to see Chateaubriand’s tomb beautifully located looking out over the bay. Many destroyed bunkers on the island from WW2 and shell craters. Its a lovely view from the island, and dont get caught out by high tide, or you will have to wait until...More
The walk up to Le Grand Be is beautiful, the walls are interesting and the views are amazing!
You can only get to Le Grand Be if the tide is low, by the time we got across the waves we’re getting worse so unfortunately we...More
Although there is not much on the Grand Bé, it is still worth a visit if you are nearby. Standing on the Grand Bé gives the opportunity to see the city walls and out to sea from a different angle. Somewhere on the island, there...More
there isn't much here other than great views of Saint Malo and the tomb of chateaubriand but still worth getting out there. You can only get on Le Grand Be at low tide and if you want to try it at almost low tide be...More