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Hotel The Mont Saint Michel Abbey
Situated in the a bay that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the abbey is nicknamed 'la merveille' (the marvel). Built between the XIth and XVIth Centuries, it is an daring feat of architecture, particularly the main church, balanced as it is on a rocky ridge. The abbey is opened everyday (not 1st Jan, 1st May or 25th Dec) from 9am to 7pm in the high season, or from 9.30am to 6pm. Access is by road, although you have to leave your car 1 km or so from the Mont St Michel, sometimes further depending on the tide. The nearest carparks can be submersed at high tide so check before you park.
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Reviews The Mont Saint Michel Abbey
A Night to Remember at Mont St Michel
Reviewed August 2013 by vicko2013
Our room had a good view, you should keep in Mont St Michel, is especially magical at night. We were only there for one night and arrived late, but it was super easy to find and the staff welcomed us with open arms. The staff gave us some tips on what to do the next day. We are well off, and slept well, and ate a small breakfast at the hotel before heading out to explore.
Angel raising from the sea
Reviewed October 2011 by magdadh
An abbey complex and the fortified village that surrounds it, Abbaye du Mont Saint Michel has been included on the UNESCO list of the world's cultural heritage and has a special place in the French soul and is one of the most frequently mentioned must-sees in the country that abounds in wonders of nature and architecture. And no wonder. There are a few places where the interplay between the natural setting and the human-created architecture is ...
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The archangel in the sea
Reviewed September 2006 by weetoon
The first time we saw the Mont Saint Michel was from about 40kms away, from a village called Mortain, and even from this distance, there was something magical about the place, the characteristic shape appeared to be floating above a shimmering sea. You can understand the fascination it held for mediaeval pilgrims, and tourists ever since. This site is the most popular tourist attraction in France with 3 million visitors a year. It is also a ...
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