Saint-Malo is a port city in Brittany in northern France on the English Channel. Saint-Malo has a population of 52,000, but that number can increase to up to 200,000 in the summer tourist season. With the suburbs included, the population is 135,000.
A great site to visit is St. Vincent's Church, which dates back to 12th C. The cathedral itself has different styles of architecture. It was damaged in World War II, however it was fully restored thereafter. Jacques Cartier, who was born in 1491, was an inhabitant here, and his tomb lies within the structure. A great historical place to visit with the whole family.
The Intra-Muros, which means "Within the Walls", is a street with cobblestone streets and have street names that translates to Dancing Cat or Fat Calf. The walls have medieval architecture which is a site to see. Stroll the streets because every spot is a photo opportunity. If you get hungry, there are many cafes and restaurants in the area.