The Mont Saint Michel, in the middle of the Bay, welcomes every year nearly 3.5 million visitors, pilgrims or simple tourists.
At the entrance of this medieval city, the former body of guard of the Bourgeois, facing guns, houses the tourist office. Places to visit of Mont Saint-Michel: the path of the ramparts.
Passing the door of Boulevard, then the Roy door with a drawbridge, you will enter into the Grande Rue with its museums, shops and houses from the 15th and 16th century (the passage of the drawbridge leads also on your right to the path of the ramparts).
The parish church, small building from the 15th and 16th century is dedicated to Saint Peter, patron of fishermen.
Finally, the ascension of Grand Degré is a prelude to the Wonder and the visit of the Abbey.
After having admired the Abbey, you can contemplate the incomparable beauty of the Bay going down the path of the ramparts, or by choosing ‘le chemin de ronde’ on your left, fenced by small gardens, you can also access these from the porche des Fanils.