Staff, 2022-12-04 11:38:17,
Many travelers dream of visiting a fashionable destination and these fifteen spots are about as exclusive as it gets. You can only visit them twice a day, at most! That’s because they’re dependent on the tides for accessibility. Most are connected to the mainland via a road, causeway, or footpath that’s only passable during low tide, while others require you to use shuttles, suspension bridges, or even sea tractors to make your journey.
What they all have in common, however, is a warning and a promise to visitors. You’re in for one incredible experience — and you better pay attention to the departure times lest you feel the power of the sea.
1. Mont-Saint-Michel, France
Located off the coast of Normandy, Mont-Saint-Michel is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site. 29-year-round residents host the estimated three million people who visit each year, many eager to see the island’s abbey, its charming streets, and famed restaurants (including La Mère Poulard, renowned for its omelets.)
Visitors can make their way to Mont-Saint-Michel on their own, using a combination of trains and a few short buses. Guided coach tours from Paris are an easy and popular option, but travelers should prepare themselves for a long day. You’ll be spending about 5 hours on the bus (each way!) and will only have about 2 hours at the site itself. For the greatest flexibility, explore on your own and consider spending the night at…
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