Book a day trip from Paris to stunning Mont Saint-Michel. Paris city center hotel pick-up + guided Abbey tour are included in your package.
- Guided tour of the castle
- Abbey of Saint-Michel
- Transportation from Paris in air-conditioned motor coach from your hotel
We’ll pick you up at 6:30 am from your hotel or apartment.
Your guide will introduce you to Normandy’s history and culture as we drive through the idyllic landscape towards Mont Saint-Michel, a castle constructed in the Middle Ages on a rocky outcrop encircled by a bay that is continually changing with the ebb and flow of the largest and most dramatic tide in Europe. First up on the route is a delicious meal at the castle, whose terrace offers amazing bay views:
– Omelette of Mont Saint-Michel
– Salmon with rice and vegetables
– Apple pie
– 1 bottle of cider for 6 persons
– 1 bottle of mineral water for 6 persons
– Coffee or Tea
The evening starts with a guided tour of the Abbey, since the 8th century a famous pilgrimage site. The cloister, the imposing refectory, and the charming ocean view garden are among the highlights. With a walk along the ramparts, make the most of your time at the abbey. Breathe in the salty sea air to the beauty of your environment.
After the Abbey’s guided tour, you’ll be free to explore the tight streets and watch the beautiful views of Mont Saint-Michel Bay in wonder.
We will leave Mont Saint-Michel at roughly 4:30 p.m. and return to the Paris office at roughly 9:45 p.m. when you will be driven back to your Paris City hotel.
Choose between an early hotel pick up or meet your group at a central Paris location, then set out toward the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mont-St-Michel. Relax on board and enjoy picture-perfect views of the Normandy coast en route to the rocky island.
On arrival, if you’ve selected the option, tuck into a delicious 3-course lunch to fuel up before you explore. Then, follow your guide up the narrow paths of the tiny village toward the top for panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding bay.
Continue in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims, as your guide reveals some of the fascinating histories of Mont-St-Michel, the extreme tides that shape its coast, and its famous Benedictine Abbey. Then, enjoy free time to explore the island’s shops, museums, and inspiring nature at your leisure. After your time here, travel back to Paris where your tour concludes.
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