Saint-Malo on the Brittany peninsula in northwestern France is an ancient port with a mast. It was once known for its resistance to pirates and is one of the most beautiful cities on the Atlantic coast. Saint Malo is not big, the ancient city is the most worthwhile place to go. The ancient city is surrounded by a two-kilometer-long city wall. The city is mostly composed of stone and wood structures from the 15th to the 17th century. The French writer Fu Xibai once called Saint Malo "the stone crown on the waves." In the early spring of March, Paris is still raining, and you will encounter a rare sunny day in St. Malo; you can take a lap around the historic city wall to see the magnificent scenery of the English Channel; You can also walk to Jetty through the city walls and get close to the sea. In the ancient city, choose a restaurant to eat a seafood dinner, not only fresh and the price is estimated to be more than half of Paris; or local specialties can also be tried. Many French people will drive from Paris for three hours to St. Malo for a holiday. If you don't choose a self-driving tourist, you can choose to take a two-hour TGV train to Saint Malo.