Imagine this: As you drive under an arched bridge, the road gently turns to the left, and a magnificent, sweeping bay greets you with Emerald green and blue waters. 🌊 And this isn’t any ordinary bay – it’s the baie Mont Saint-Michel. Yes! You are right across from the famous monument, the second most visited place in all of France. And you can see her, off in the distance, on clear days.
As you continue to drive along the boardwalk, you see village houses so picture-perfect, you might have just wandered onto a movie set. At the end is a lighthouse and the famous oyster marché of Cancale. It is said that Henri IV, Louis XIV, Marie Antoinette, and Napoleon all insisted on oysters exclusively from Cancale. And there is a reason why these oysters 🦪 are internationally famous.
I absolutely adore this village, and I know you will too. But be forewarned! You won’t want to watch this while hungry!! 😋
Bisous and big hugs 🤗 from France,