It is not as well known as Mont Saint-Michel, but has the same name and the same characteristics.
St Michael’s Mount is a tidal island at the south coast of Cornwall. And -like its French counterpart- only accessible at low tides by a causeway.
It was bought in 1659 by Colonel John St. Aubyn and still in the St. Aubyn family today.
Those who waited for the tide
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