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The small town of Mont-Saint-Michel, situated on top of a rocky island, is one of the most famous
landscapes in France. At the top of this hill is the magnificent Norman abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The village, populated by only 42 people, has been the subject of a controversy between Brittany and Normandy, both of which claim the abbey as their own. The small island welcomes nearly 3 million visitors every year! If you decide to visit, pay attention to the tides: at low tide, it is possible to walk across from the mainland. But the waters rise quickly and at high tide, the sandy path disappears. Read more...