Created 7000 years ago, the Bay of Mont -Saint -Michel, a UNESCO World Heritage has unexpected natural wealth.
The strength of its tides, the regular exchanges between seawater and freshwater, which bring alluvium are a real nursery : fishes, shellfishes and marine mammals are born and develop there.
Migratory birds come to feed and rest during the winter.
Men also have their place : fisheries, oyster’ farming, mussels’ farming, the pre- salted sheep farming and the « polderisation » are witnesses of human and natural interactions
The Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel
Situated between Mont-Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo, the Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and offers an amazing spectacle through its biggest tides in Europe.
The Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel is characterized by a great diversity of landscapes : the polders, the swamp of Sougeal, the « herbus » and « pré-salés » where the sheep graze are the most important treasures of our region.
The bay of Mont-Saint-Michel has a rich gastronomic heritage. Mussels, pre-salted lamb, garlic, cider. All these products will delight your taste buds !
Our country of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel has a rich and prestigious history.
The standing stone « Menhir du Champ Dolent » , the medieval town of Dol-de-Bretagne, the Saint Samson Cathedral, manors houses, churches, chapels are witnesses of these times.