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Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most extraordinary monuments of religious architecture and have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. The work to renew this site have recovered its maritime character, which made the monks choose this place to settle down in the Middle Age. Without such works, by 2040, Mont-Saint-Michel would have been surrounded by salt piles.

The bay of Mont-Saint-Michel is also the scene of the highest tides in continental Europe. Some days of the year are the best ones to observe this phenomenon, and the Mount will become an island again, for a few hours. During this time, the sea will completely surround the mount isolating it from the mainland.

Saint-Malo is located in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine and is the most visited place in Brittany. Saint Malo’s ramparts that surround the picturesque streets and shops are a reminder of the town’s magnificent past, combining its rich heritage with the delights of an seaside resort.

City of Corsairs, Saint-Malo and the most important marina on the Emerald coast. The Bay faces the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey, real England in miniature. The population of Saint-Malo is approximately 53.000, during the summer season it might increase up to 200.000 people. Annually it attracts thousand of visitors all over the world that are coming to participate in such famous events as "Etonnants Voyageurs" festival and "Route du Rhum" yacht race.

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