Mont Saint Michel
Granite hill surrounded by a thick wall. At its top, an impressive monastery with slender spiers trying to reach the sky. Medieval buildings on the slopes. Around, there are areas of gray-blue sand that mix with water and merge with the horizon. Mont Saint-Michel. A place like from a fairy tale. Magical, mysterious, mystical. Each year, it ignites the imagination of the 3 million tourists who flock to this small island in the English Channel in northwestern Normandy.
Mt Saint-Michel should be visited primarily by sightseeing enthusiasts who follow typical tourist places. This is the second biggest attraction of Hexagon, right after Paris . It is full of charming nooks and interesting monuments. No wonder that it is one of the most photographed objects in France , which attracts more and more enthusiasts of photography.