How to get to Mont Saint-Michel by car, motorbike or camper van? We have all the information you need!
There are two ways to reach Mont Saint-Michel:
- Take the A13 motorway towards Caen, then the A84 towards Avranches Rennes (337 km)
- Take the A11 motorway towards Le Mans, then the A81 towards Fougères, and finally the A84 towards Caen.
- Take the A84 motorway towards Rennes Avranches Caen (188 km)
Once you arrive, there are several large car parks available, numbered P2 to P13.
- P2 : It is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
- P3 : It is reserved for hotel guests and is accessible with a code.
- P5-P6-P7bis-P10-P11-P12-P13 : They are accessible to cars (under 5m).
- P8 : It is dedicated to motorhomes (24 hours maximum, no sanitary facilities available).
- P9 : It is reserved for two-wheelers (bicycles and motorbikes)
With a car or motorbike:
Located 2.7 kilometers away, the Mont Saint-Michel visitor car parks are open 24 hours a day. You can consult the price list for car parks for the year 2023. From August 12 to 31, 2023 (experimental phase), some of the parking spaces are open for reservation on the site: https://montsaintmichel.gouv. fr/ This reservation in advance allows you to benefit from the preferential rate of €17 for the day and per car (only for private vehicles). For information, if the reservation is full, it is still possible to access the Mont Saint-Michel car parks without reservation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Without booking : Collect your ticket at the entrance to the car park, and keep it safe. After your visit, take your parking ticket and pay at the automatic terminals along the central walkway or to the left of the Tourist Information Centre (see map). The parking price includes the shuttle bus and the Tourist Information Centre services: toilets, baby-changing area, and information. The ticket price is renewed every 24 hours.
With a camper van (under 8 m)
Collect your ticket at the entrance to the car park, and keep this safe.
It is forbidden to stay in the car park overnight. Parking at night is permitted, but the car park is not intended as an accommodation area for camper vans. There are no water and electricity provisions available. There are several campsites and camper van parks nearby that can accommodate you.
Boarding the “Le Passeur”
After your visit, take your parking ticket and pay at the automatic terminals along the central walkway or to the left of the Tourist Information Centre (see map). The parking price includes the shuttle bus and the Tourist Information Centre services: toilets, baby-changing area, and information. The ticket price is renewed every 24 hours. Signs indicate where to board the free shuttle bus, “le Passeur”, which transports passengers to Mont Saint-Michel.
|Period||November to February,|
excluding school holidays
|March to June and September|
to October school holidays
(All Saints, Christmas, Winter)
|July / August|
|During the day:|
regular transport period
|8.30 a.m. to 10 p.m.||7.30 a.m. to 11 p.m.||7 a.m. to 1 a.m.|
|At night: transport on demand, on call|
+33 (0)2 14 13 20 15
|10 p.m. to 8.30 a.m.||11 p.m. to 7.30 a.m.||1 a.m. to 7 a.m.|
I have booked accommodation/a restaurant at “La Caserne”, how do I get there?
Located between the dam and the car park, the access barrier to this commercial area is reserved for people with a code (provided at the time of reservation). You will then be able to park in the car park dedicated to the establishment in which you have booked your reservation.
If you don’t have a reservation, you can park in the visitors’ car park and walk to the establishment.
I have booked a hotel in the village of Mont Saint-Michel, where should I park?
The reception desk will have provided you with an access code upon booking, which will allow you to park in the P3 car park, reserved for village accommodation guests. This access code is for single use only. When you reach the parking gate, enter the code on the terminal and take your ticket.
Then, hop on the “le Passeur” shuttle bus to reach the Mont Saint-Michel.