Seaside, Castles & Monuments, Panoramas
30,76 Km
2 h 03 min
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Ducey
Mont-Saint-Michel
The final stage of la Véloscénie and a spectacular resting point on the Tour de Manche, where the greenway rolls all the way to the mouth of the Sélune. From there on, as you travel on shared roads, you can indulge in a feast for the eyes: Mont-Saint-Michel rises up, a colourful panorama, set like a jewel in the circle of the bay.
228.77 m 231.51 m

Itinerary

Greenway up to the mouth of the Sée and the Sélune.  Small roads thereafter, up to Beauvoir, before rising to reach the Mont.

Arriving by bicycle at the Mont-Saint-Michel

Bicycles are authorised on the wooden planking west of the walkway:
• from 1 October to 30 April, 24 hours a day.
• from 1 May to 30 September, before 10am and after 6pm.
Parking your bicycles is strictly prohibited all along the dyke walkway, the esplanade and at the foot of the fortification. Cyclists are thus required to leave their bicycles in the designated areas and to pursue their trip towards the town on foot or using the shuttles.

Connections

To Avranches along small roads through the salt marshes.

To the Pointe de la Roche-Torin bridge via the view point.

To the train station and the centre of Pontorson.

SNCF trains

Pontorson station/ Mt-St-Michel: line Granville St-Malo, two trains daily on average with connections to Mont-Saint-Michel.

Tourist Information Centre 

  • Ducey: 02 33 60 21 53
  • Mont-Saint-Michel: 02 33 60 14 30

Not to be missed

Ducey, Montgommery Castle – the woods of Ardennes.

Pointe de Roche-Torin: the views over the Mont.

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