Are you a lover of hiking or cycling? There are various routes available to get to Mont Saint-Michel!

By bike, Mont Saint-Michel and its bay feature as both the finish line and a stopover on three major marked bike routes:
– The Véloscénie, a true spectacle of a route:A 450 km cycling route from Paris to Mont-Saint-Michel.
– The Landing Beaches to Mont Saint-Michel cycling route : following in the footsteps of History and the Battle of Normandy.
– The Vélomaritime® EuroVélo4a bike ride of around 1,500 km from the English Channel to the North Sea.

On foot, fantastic routes for hiking enthusiasts:


Arriving at Mont Saint-Michel:

Mont Saint-Michel can be reached via the walkway bridge from the walking/cycling route (Pontorson/Le Mont-Saint-Michel), or from the paths marked out from the car park. The “Le Passeur” shuttle bus runs from the car park and the dam, free of charge and continually throughout the day*.

Bicycles are allowed to circulate and park on the road to the dike, the walkway bridge and the esplanade of Mont Saint-Michel.

“By derogation by the Mayor, travel by bicycle is authorised on an experimental basis from 10 July 2020 to 30 September 2022 on the road dyke and on walkway bridge.”
Dam of Mont Saint-Michel
Dam of Mont Saint-Michel


A bike park has been set up on an experimental basis (limited to 40 spaces) at the Fanils entrance to Mont Saint-Michel (left entrance). As there are no security or locker services provided, please remember to bring an anti-theft device, and do not leave any luggage on your bikes (“Vigipirate” anti-terrorism measures).

You can also left your bike in one of the three parking areas provided, each equipped with bike racks:

  • P9, reserved for two-wheeled vehicles.
  • Along the walking/cycling route, near the dam.
  • Place du Barrage, along the road leading to the Mount.

*Signs indicate where to board the free shuttle bus, “le Passeur”, which will take you to Mont Saint-Michel (all year rounded). Schedules on

(Outside of these hours, shuttle buses can be requested by phone : 33 (0)2 14 13 20 15).
Remember: all accessibility by bike or on foot can also be consulted at