2-in-1 TOUR: MONT ST. MICHEL + U.S. CEMETERY
(full-day tour)  

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9-SEATER VAN

TRANSPORT

9-SEATER VAN
(or STEP ON GUIDE)

DURATION

8 TO 9 HOURS

PICK-UP / DROP OFF

BAYEUX or CAEN
(TRAIN-STATION / HOTEL)
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PLEASE NOTE

 

Mont Saint Michel is...well, a mount! One might call this common sense but we feel compelled to remind you that the visit of the Abbey requires a bit of step climbing. The guide will make several stops along the way in order to share with you various anecdotes in relation to the village and its history (and thus give everybody the chance to catch their breath!). Although most people won't have any trouble in reaching the top, please keep in mind that Mont Saint Michel does not have an elevator and this part of tour is not recommended to people who are either disabled or have certain medical issues.

 

The fast-track tickets and the guided tour of the Abbey are included in the cost of the tour. The guide will accompany you every step of the way during your visit.

WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?

Your tour guide will meet you at the train-station (if you will be travelling to Normandy on the day of the tour) or at your hotel in Bayeux or Caen. The drive from the aforementioned locations to Mont St. Michel takes approximately 1h30'. Accompanied by your guide, you will cover the last 1,5 miles, from the car park to the foot of the mount - either on foot (30' walk at a moderate pace) or by riding one of the free shuttles. After having worked your way through the village, the guide will take you on a private tour of the Abbey (1h30'). The visit will be followed by a quick but well-deserved lunch and, ultimately, a 1h15' drive to Normandy American Cemetery & Memorial. This second part of the experience will have a one-hour duration. From Colleville you will head back to the hotel/train station.

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NORMANDY AMERICAN CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL

Situated on the bluffs overlooking Omaha Beach, Colleville Cemetery is one of fourteen WWII permanent cemeteries created by the US government in the aftermath of the conflict. Normandy American Cemetery & Memorial was depicted in the critically acclaimed movie 'Saving private Ryan' and is the final resting place for over nine thousand men and women.