More than four out of ten of Unesco’s world heritage sites are still closed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mont-Saint-Michel is a highlight for any trip to France, and Europe for that matter. The historical abbey topped island sits in a picturesque bay.
Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island and mainland commune in Normandy, France. It is a rocky islet and famous sanctuary in Manche département, Normandy région, off the coast of Normandy. It lies 41 miles (66 km) north of Rennes and 32 miles (52 km) east of Saint-Malo and around its base are medieval walls and towers above which rise the clustered buildings of the village with the ancient abbey crowning the mount.
Everything you need to know before visiting the iconic tidal island.
All you need to know to spend a day at Mont Saint Michel Normandy France and make the most of your time seeing all the wonders of this amazing island.
Mont Saint-Michel in France remains a stunning World Heritage site.
Any photographer can take a pretty picture of a place, but William Clift sees its timeless soul. One such place is Mont St. Michel, a tidal island connected at low tide to the coast of Normandy, France.