Content being validated
A return to its natural insularity
0
0
The restoration works of the Mont-Saint-Michel’s maritime nature required ten years. Completed in 2015, they have given a new appearance to this unique site. Visitors can reach the Mont via a suspended footbridge, restoring its insularity during the high tide. It was urgent to restore the beauty of the islet by removing the 19th century road-dike and the maritime car parks. The Mont then seems to float in all its majesty while being celebrated by the reflections on its seabed.
Read More
Translate
Related content

Media currently exploring