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Cathédrale Saint-Vincent

Historic site and monument in Saint-Malo

  • The cathedral was built in the 12th century. by Jean de Chatillon on an islet easier to defend than the City of Aleth, where was the ancient cathedral Saint-Pierre.
    The building has considerably changed since the last war: a new spire and a rosette at the back of the choir, illuminated by a stained glass window by Jean Le Moal.
    Very beautiful conciliar furniture of Arcabas.
    In the chapels of the choir, tombs of Jacques Cartier and Duguay-Trouin.

    Mass times:
    Tuesday 6:30 pm
    Wednesday 12 noon...
    The cathedral was built in the 12th century. by Jean de Chatillon on an islet easier to defend than the City of Aleth, where was the ancient cathedral Saint-Pierre.
    The building has considerably changed since the last war: a new spire and a rosette at the back of the choir, illuminated by a stained glass window by Jean Le Moal.
    Very beautiful conciliar furniture of Arcabas.
    In the chapels of the choir, tombs of Jacques Cartier and Duguay-Trouin.

    Mass times:
    Tuesday 6:30 pm
    Wednesday 12 noon / 6.30 pm
    Thursday noon / 6.30 pm
    Friday noon / 6 pm
    Saturday 6:30 pm
    Sunday 11am
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Mobility impaired
      • Accès PMR par la porte latérale située rue de la Blatrerie : accès direct au transept et à la nef. Tombes de Jacques Cartier et de Duguay-Trouin inaccessibles en fauteuil roulant car présence de nombreuses marches (chapelles du chœur)