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) 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.