It’s one of France’s most iconic images: a monastery with slender spires stout ramparts and rocky slopes seemingly rising from the depth of the sea.
A small town in Calvados, just 10 kilometers from the Channel coast.
Despite being close to devastating war sites, the town miraculously remained intact.
A masterpiece of religion and military stands in the heart of a vast bay in Normandy.
The first construction at the summit of the island dates back to the year 708, following the vision of Bishop Aubert of Avranches.
La Marveille – the Gothic cloître with double rows of carved arches.
Mont Saint Michel The wonder of Normandy