The street that ascends from the town gate to the abbey atop the hill is like a vertical Fisherman's Wharf without (thank god) the sea lions. It's nothing but souvenirs and snacks and we didn't take any pictures of it. The abbey on the other hand is a completely worthwhile goal. (Please click.)
The view of Le Mont in the distance is one of its delights and the other is the view from on top of it.
These are the vehicular and the pedestrian causeways that snake their ways out from the mainland. They're still under construction.
The sands around Le Mont attract plenty of visitors who have presumably checked the tide tables.
If you look closely you can see some visitors in this image also.
The abbey has it's own delights, like a garden sheltered from the perpetual wind.
Also a light filled refectory.
But the visitors concentrate on taking pictures of the view.