There are 268 steps to access the Chapel.
The Rocher measures 82 meters in height.
It takes around 10 minutes to get to the Chapel from the ticket office.
Godescalc, the Bishop of Le Puy dedicated the Chapel to the Archangel Saint Michel.
The Chapel was consecrated on the 18th July 961.
The site receives on average just over 65,000 visitors each year.
Booking is not essential but it is recommended if you wish to make full use of our facilities such as a guided tour with a member of our staff.
No, flash photography is forbidden in the Chapel.
Animals are welcome to the Rocher but are not permitted to enter the Chapel.
Yes, since 2007, we have been holding annual meetings at sites dedicated to Saint Michel.
Pilgrims of Saint Michel are known in French as Miquelots.
The Rocher was formed around 2 million years ago.
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