Since the Middle Ages, it has been a famous pilgrimage site and is the first world heritage site in France.
The monastery of Mount Saint-Michel, a tidal island in Normandy, France, about a kilometer from the northwest coast of France and on the mouth of the Cusnon River near Afranche, is an important part of the town structure built by feudal society. The top is God, and the bottom is the Abbey. Down here, the hall, then the warehouse and the house, and at the bottom (outside the wall) the house of fishermen and peasants. Since 1862, the Abbey has been protected as a historical site in France.
A world-class tourist destination, it takes a five-hour drive from Paris. The surrounding hotels are always overcrowded. It is necessary to book months in advance during high tide. The monastery on the top of the mountain looks very lonely and the surrounding fields are also very beautiful.
World heritage, truly world-class cultural attractions, the most delightful place for me during a whole month of travel in France, the towering arrow tower, and the design of the perfect combination of mountains, although I did not see the tide, it is very beautiful.
The night view here is absolutely stunning and beautiful. I went once and felt that the environment was good and suitable for play.