Crossing the bay of Mont Saint Michel
Crossing the bay of Mont Saint Michel is a unique, thrilling outdoor experience which can be enjoyed by all : adults and children, groups, families...
Crossing the bay, a unique experience close to nature
Depending on your physical condition and preference, you can either walk across the bay on a days hike, enjoy a nature trail with your family or a trek on horseback.
Your guided tour of the bay of Mont Saint Michel will take you to Tomberlaine rock, along the banks of the Couesnon, to Bec d'Andaine beach in Genêts or towards Grouin du Sud in Saint-Léonard. Whether you choose to travel by foot or on horseback, in the company of an experienced guide, you can explore the maze of canals winding through the sand banks, salt meadows and mudflats taking care to avoid the quicksand.
You can also observe numerous bird species during your hike in the bay of Mont Saint Michel (seagulls, ringed plovers, ducks, sandpipers, geese, barnacles...) as well as mammals such as seals.
You guide will tell you of the legends surrounding the Mont Saint Michel, the history of the pilgrimages, the tide phenomenen, the great renovation project as well as plenty of anecdotes which make this such a unique site.
Trips across the bay are organised throughout the year by day and by night, according to the seasons and tides.
Be prepared in all weather conditions : shorts, warm clothes, windcheater or raincoat, barefoot or sandals, suncream and hat, rucksack with water and a snack.