Anyway, after catching the 'Passeur' shuttle bus from the parking area, crêpes were on the agenda. A five minute search revealed La Sirene, a charmingly rustic crêperie located above a gift shop and up a stone spiral staircase. The food was delicious, which goes a long way in explaining why there was never an empty table in the small room. Highlights? Great atmosphere, crêpes being made on site and an extensive menu. Mmm...
Crêperie La Sirene,
50170 Mont Saint-Michel
If seagulls are your thing, Mont Saint-Michel is your place. They're everywhere. Truth be told, I think they have an adorable arrogance about them. One literally stole half a cornish pasty from my hands last summer, and I've been in awe ever since.
Dungarees - Donna Ida x Jaeger
Shirt - Zara
As I said, a week has passed since my visit and I still catch myself thinking about the island every now and again; I can't think of a single negative to draw from the place! Though, Mont Saint-Michel wasn't the only adventure on the agenda last week. While in Normandy for a few days, alongside more relaxing moments spent lounging around the hotel and eating at small local cafés, I also checked out Granville - a seaside resort that takes on a whole new look when the sun shines. I'll be sharing a travel diary soon!