Church of Saint-Malo
Today we walked to the town of Paramé on the east of Saint-Malo. The town of Saint-Malo is made up of the old walled town, the town of Saint-Servan to it's south and the town of Paramé to the east. All three were bought together as one municipality as they had started to merge in the mid twentieth century.
This blip is the parish church of Paramé named after the Welsh/Cornish Saint Malo, from which the municipality takes it name. We were looking for houses, and our walk there we didn't find any area particularly interesting. Tomorrow is another day of exploring!