Arriving in Saint Mont Michel can be Complicated, Unless you know Exactly About the Journey Details. This Post is a Collection of Facts & Arrival Information on Saint Mont Michel including Video Guides.
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Public Information on Accessing Mont-Saint-Michel by Train
The closest train station is Pontorson. It can be accessed via the following train lines:
- Trains from Paris Saint-Lazare to Caen, then a TER train from Caen to Pontorson, then the shuttle bus from Pontorson to Mont-Saint-Michel
- Trains from Paris Montparnasse to Granville, get off in Folligny and get another train to Pontorson, then the shuttle bus from Pontorson to Mont-Saint-Michel
- Trains from Paris Montparnasse to Pontorson then the shuttle bus from Pontorson to Mont-Saint-Michel.
Public Information: Arriving in Saint Mont Michel From Paris Via Rennes
Take a TGV (Train A Grand Vitesse) from Gare Montparnasse in Paris to Rennes. Once at Rennes, you can take a Keolis bus to Mont St. Michel. The buses operate 4 times a day. At Rennes, you can also change trains and head to the Pontorson-Mont St-Michel train station. Once you’re at the station, you can either walk across Pont Passerelle (the causeway) or take the shuttle.
Public Information: Pontorson – Mont-Saint-Michel Shuttle Bus
Within the new welcome framework implemented at Mont-Saint-Michel, a direct shuttle bus will take you from Pontorson train station to Mont-Saint-Michel. It stops at Pontorson, Beauvoir, the hamlet of Mont-Saint-Michel (previously La Caserne), the shopping area located on the mainland, just before the town of Mont-Saint-Michel: by getting off at this stop, you can visit the dam or have a meal. Please Note that Access to the Bus is limited to Only 60 Passengers.