Getting the right information and discovering the Bay's many riches
Before you arrive, take the time to prepare your visit by stopping off at the Tourist Information Centre, located just before the road heading towards Mont-Saint-Michel. The centre is open daily, from 9am to 7pm.
The centre boasts a 900 m² exhibition area, guiding visitors around three main focus points: the Mount, the bay and its riches, and the territory formed between Normandy and Brittany. Information boards and touch-screens are available to discover all the site's curious features.
You can all the information you need about accessing the town, as well as on the programme for restoring the site's maritime character. Welcome staff are also at your disposal to provide information on the Mount, the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay, places to visit and activities, as well as sights to see around the bay...
Services for all visitors
Due to high security level, the lockers service is unavailable. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The lockers are open 24/7 and are free. Simply bring a €1 coin with you. The coin will be returned once you have retrieved your personal items.
The lockers are 35 cm wide and 47 cm deep.
3 different heights are available: 48 cm, 61 cm, 92 cm.
Small pieces of luggage and pushchairs can be stored in them.
Caution: the lockers can be accessed at any time, but are not guarded. Therefore, the Mont Saint Michel Car Park and Passeur Company cannot be held responsible in the event of theft or deterioration of the items left in the lockers. It is strictly forbidden to store any banned or dangerous items, or any living beings in the lockers.
Are you travelling with small children? No problem, the Tourist Information Centre is fitted with a baby-changing area, complete with a changing table. Good to know: you can make the trip over to the town with a pushchair on the "Passeur" shuttle bus.
If you choose to visit Mont-Saint-Michel with your pets, you can only do so by foot. Pursuant to article 2 of law no. 99-5 from 6 January 1999 pertaining to dangerous and stray animals and to the protection of animals, dogs are not allowed in the shuttle buses (excluding guide or service dogs for disabled visitors and small dogs carried in a basket).
No animals are authorised within the Abbey. Do not hesitate to leave your pet in the kennels (located at the Tourist Information Centre) during your visit.
Conditions: Simply sign a form asserting that your pet is followed by a vet and waiving the Transdev Mont Saint Michel's liability with regards to the animal.
Caution! The kennel's opening times align with those of the Tourist Information Centre. If your pet is abandoned or is not collected by the time the Tourist Information Centre closes, Transdev Mont Saint Michel reserves the right to contact Animal Protection Services and to leave the animal in their hands.