World Heritage sites are designated by UNESCO and must be preserved due to their importance to humanity. These sites will change your POV!
Hands up if you’ve ever left one of France’s Channel ferry ports and driven on without stopping to discover this area. Rachel Ifans pulls over and finds plenty to see and do in this breathtaking corner of Normandy…
Explore the medieval monuments of Mont-Saint-Michel at leisure on a day trip from Paris to the extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage Site off the coast of Normandy. Visit the Gothic abbey at your own pace.
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 […]
Take a day trip to Mont Saint-Michel, a small rocky island off the coast of Normandy, and discover the beauty and charm of this unique spot at your own pace. Take in the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and explore its famous gothic abbey.
Ever dreamed about castles with giant doors and great hallways? Europe and Asia have a beautiful heritage and architectural landscapes. Here…
Discover Mont-Saint-Michel abbey, one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Explore this spectacular historical site at your own pace and take advantage of an information booklet to learn about the rich history of the site.
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.
Curious visitors have crowded historic Mont Saint-Michel and other beauty spots in anticipation of the first giant tide of the millennium following a rare alignment of the sun, moon and Earth.
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…
The tidal island in Normandy, France where Mont Saint-Michel now stands had been used since the 6th century as a military fort, before becoming the home of the Saint-Michel monastery in the 8th century.