Registered and listed sites
In 682, it was on one of the limestone islets of the Gulf of Pictons that the monks of Noirmoutier came to build the abbey of St Michel en l'Herm.
It was subjected to Viking invasions and underwent many destructions and reconstructions over the centuries. A Benedictine abbey, it had a rich and eventful history, due in particular to the drying work.
It became a Royal Abbey after the Concordat signed in 1516, and was held by high dignitaries including Cardinal Mazarin.
No monks have lived there since the French Revolution. In 1818, it became private property and has been a family property for two centuries.
Through the gardens, the cooker, the chapter house and the refectory, the story can be approached and a journey back in time can be undertaken
Port du masque obligatoire
- Groups accepted ( minimum : 10 - maximum : 20 )
- Types : historic site and monument
- Specific themed events
- Workshop for children
Availabilities and booking
- Information board languages : German, English
- Length of visit : 1h (on average)
- Length of visit : 1h00 (on average)
Comfort / services
Prices / opening times
- Discounted rate : 3,00 € - Etudiants, scolaires. Gratuit - 7 ans
- Group price : 3,00 € - Minimum 10 personnes
- Price for subscribers : 6,00 € - Forfait visite de l'Abbaye et du musée André Deluol
- Full adult price : 5,00 €
Means of payment
- Credit card
- Cheques and postal orders
- Holiday vouchers
Open all year round
|Lundi||10h00 to 12h00 and 15h00 to 17h00|
|Mardi||10h00 to 12h00 and 15h00 to 17h00|
|Jeudi||10h00 to 12h00 and 15h00 to 17h00|
|Vendredi||10h00 to 12h00 and 15h00 to 17h00|