st.malo is on the mouth of the river rance and part of the cote d’emeraude in the north of bretagne. ’intra muros’ is the historic part of st.malo and was built on a small island north of st.malo. anno 1142 the bishop of st.malo moved there and starts to built a cathedral. since then the city growes and was protected by a huge wall against the normans. today is st.malo a ‘must see’ for a lot of tourists and therefore overloaded in summertime. a lot of ferrys takes you to the british channel islands. you find a lot of hotels and shops inside intra muros and a walk on the wall takes one hour with human speed.
these pics show a walk of 360° around intra muros and some sidesteps