Your stay in France will probably be short: it is therefore essential to optimise your time in order to make the most of it.
Our mission is to help you achieve this!

Getting there from Rennes, the capital of Brittany, has many advantages:
To get to Mont Saint Michel, there are several solutions available to you.
Shuttle bus or minibus are possible from Paris, but the journey is long (more than 4 hours 15 minutes by car without stops).  Instead, you should go from Rennes!

Private Driver / VTC / Taxi Mont Saint Michel - Rennes

By flight :

From Paris, you can take a direct flight from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to Rennes Airport (RNS). In just 1 hour flight you will be in Rennes. You can also come directly from the South of France: Lyon (LYS), Toulouse (TLS), Nice (NCE) or East: Strasbourg (SXB).

Rennes airport is also connected with many European cities, depending on the period: Amsterdam (AMS), Rome (FCO), Barcelona (BCN), Madrid (MAD), Geneva (GVA), Brussels (BRU) or Grande Britain: London (SEN-LCY), Southampton (SOU).

By train :

Since 2017, the rail link between Paris Rennes is entirely at high speed (TGV): Rennes is now only 1h30 from the station of Paris Montparnasse.

Private Driver / VTC / Taxi Mont Saint Michel - Rennes

Our service :

We provide services upon your arrival in Rennes to welcome you at the airport, at the new SNCF train station or at your hotel and you will be on your way without wasting time towards the Mont Saint Michel: comfort and time saving assured!
We will follow the so-called historic road of Mont Saint Michel, a particularly pleasant route because it will give you a glimpse of different facets of the France of yesterday and today. Indeed, very soon we will leave the dynamic agglomeration of Rennes to discover a landscape of grove where you will be able to observe quiet herds of cattle. You will cross picturesque villages gathered around their bell tower dating sometimes from the Middle Ages. We will finally leave Brittany to arrive in Normandy. After crossing the city of Pontorson, the imposing silhouette of the Mont Saint Michel will finally show its site.