The Mont Saint Michel, situated in the middle of the bay, welcomes nearly 3.5 million visitors a year including pilgrims and tourists.
At the entrance of this medieval town is the ancient Burgher’s Guardroom now the Tourist Office.
After going through the Boulevard Gate and then the King’s Gate fortified with its portcullis, you will find the « Grande Rue » or main street wih its museums, shops and houses dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. The parish church consecrated to St-Pierre, the patron saint of fishermen is a small edifice from the 15th and 16th centuries.
Finally we get to the « Grande Degre » or Grande Staircase whose majesty is a prelude to the « Marvel ». After admiring the Abbey church, you can enjoy the beautiful and matchless view over the bay when going down the ramparts path.