Legend says that giants used these two rocky islands facing each other across the English Channel as stepping stones. Mont-Saint-Michel and St. Michael’s Mount have identical names, look similar, and both are fortified bastions topped by a church. How do their histories differ, since one is in France (Normandy/Brittany) and the other in England (Cornwall)? What legacies do they share? And where have the giants gone? The two places have Atlantis-like legends of vanished kingdoms under the seas of the English Channel. Let’s go together and delve into the Mysteries of the Mounts.