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La Baie du Mont-Saint-Michel

Countryside heritage in Le Vivier-sur-Mer

  • A natural beauty spot that has been included by UNESCO in its World Heritage list. 25,000 hectares of sand are uncovered by the strongest tides in Europe. The beauty and sheer size of this cradle of life are a constant source of fascination. This is a fertile environment in which nature is rich and diversified - water fowl (gulls, ducks, geese and waders), marine mammals (seals and dolphins ), salmon and strange sabellids (the largest in the world)... can be found here. All of them are...
    A natural beauty spot that has been included by UNESCO in its World Heritage list. 25,000 hectares of sand are uncovered by the strongest tides in Europe. The beauty and sheer size of this cradle of life are a constant source of fascination. This is a fertile environment in which nature is rich and diversified - water fowl (gulls, ducks, geese and waders), marine mammals (seals and dolphins ), salmon and strange sabellids (the largest in the world)... can be found here. All of them are indigenous to this outstanding stretch of shoreline. Vast salt meadows form a coastal fringe, discreetly filling the area of land. Discover the Bay at the visitors' centre.
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