France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Mont St-Michel Pilgrimages, France
The majority of visitors to Mont St-Michel are tourists, but some still consider it a pilgrimage site.

 
   

 

Catholic pilgrims have been coming to Mont St-Michel for centuries.

Along with Rome and Santiago de Compostelo in Spain, Mont St-Michel was a major pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages.

Today the vast majority of visitors are tourists, but some still make the pilgrimage. A Pilgrimage Office, the Maison du Pélérin, near the top of the Grande Rue, welcomes pilgrims.

Masses are held at both the Abbey and the Église St-Pierre most days of the week. The Tourist Office can provide specific times of services.

Whether you're there for a pilgrimage or not, you can't help being moved by this beautiful and mysterious place.

Early morning fog, Mont St-Michel
Early morning fog at Mont St-Michel.


Abbey of Mont St-Michel

Église St-Pierre

What to See & Do

Mont St-Michel Hotels

Overnight on the Island

About Mont St-Michel

Tourist Information

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Above, the House of Pilgrims welcomes religious visitors to Mont St-Michel.


 

 

   
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