34. Mont Saint – Michel – Normandy, France
Mont Saint-Michel is located on the shores of the English Channel in the Normandy region of France. One of the most important features of the historical peninsula is that it is one of the places where the tide can be seen the most in the world after Canada.
With this feature, Mont Saint-Michel, which attracted 9.4 million tourists last year, became one of the most visited destinations after the capital Paris. Mont Saint-Michel takes on the appearance of an island when the sea is very high due to the high tide. During the high tide, Mont Saint-Michel turns into an island twice a day, and after a few hours, it reaches the image of rock rising on the beach.