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Exploring Le Mont-Saint-Michel

As if torn from the pages of a fantasy novel, the circular island commune of Le Mont-Saint-Michel sits crowned with a grand hilltop monastery, its slim spires towering above the unpredictable water below. France’s most famous attraction outside of Paris, the fortified town’s rich history stretches back well over a millennia. Today it’s connected to the country’s northwest coast by causeway, and lures in hordes of visitors each year with its winding streets and staircases, quaint medieval buildings, and centuries-old monuments.


Accommodations in Le Mont-Saint-Michel

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Le Mont-Saint-Michel is the Hôtel Gabriel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Le Relais Du Roy in Le Mont-Saint-Michel as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Le Relais Saint Michel and Mercure Mont Saint Michel.


Sightseeing in Le Mont-Saint-Michel

- Mont Saint Michel Abbey


Unsurprisingly, the town’s star attraction is its awe-inspiring monastery – Abbave du Mont-Saint-Michel – which perches precariously over the scattered town below. The bulk of the Benedictine structure was initially constructed during the 11th century, with multiple additions and facelifts over the following few hundred years, when it continued to flourish as a major religious hub. Today the Romanesque complex features many grand chambers, a pillared cloister, and breath-taking views over the bay.


- Maritime Museum


This interesting museum is dedicated to explaning the phenomenon of tides. To help you understand, an audio video system explains the movements of the tides, the dangers of this beautiful nature and the problems regarding the removal of sand around the Mount.


Transportation in Le Mont-Saint-Michel

Le Mont-Saint-Michel sits within easy reach of 2 international gateways: Rennes-Saint-Jacques Airport and Dinard-Pleurtuit-Saint-Malo Airport, situated around 75 and 57 kilometres away respectively. Alongside domestic services, Rennes-Saint-Jacques provides year-round flights to a handful of international cities, including London, Barcelona, and Rome, whilst Dinard-Pleurtuit has links to Guernsey and London too. If you’re spending time in Paris and want to see France’s second biggest lure too, you can make your way there by catching a train to its nearest station in Pontorson, before completing the rest of your journey by bus.