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Mont-Saint-Michel bay

A 90-minute drive from Terres de Nacre, Mont Saint-Michel and its bay, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, welcomes nearly 2.5 million visitors and pilgrims each year.
The Benedictine Abbey overlooks this small rocky island exposed to the highest tides in Europe. Don’t miss the Corps de Garde des Bourgeois, the old guard house, the main street flanked with 15th and 16th century houses and the walkway on the ramparts that gives a spectacular view over the bay.
With an accredited guide, cross the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel to discover the flora and fauna that changes with the tides.