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Travelled from Nantes on a local train. Return for two people was about €24. Nice air conditioned train, not busy but lots of stops on the way which slowed the journey down but only a few stops on the way back. We enjoyed walking about...More
Not as well preserved as Guerande but very much worth a visit. Much of the castle is ruined ( and not open every day out of season) and being on the banks of the Sevre too, is very photogenic. It didn't take much imagination to...More
Visited Clisson whilst on holiday in the area. The attraction was the huge market which took over the town market hall and many surrounding streets - not sure whether this is a regular occurrence or especially large for the Italian Weekend being celebrated. Other reviewers...More
Loved the random nature of the town!
Beautiful natural scenery and fabulously friendly people in shops and cafe.
The decorations from new year / Christmas still up in the market Hal were stunning and pine smells from the trees dotted around town.
Wandered through the...More
Get restaurants, shops, Chateau and one of the best hotels we have stayed in for a many years. We found a bar just by the bridge which was the meeting point for all the locals. We spent over an hour people watching and were late...More
This is not a cite medievale but a 18th century romantic town built on a medieval site, with its original chateau and a few other vestigaes and street patern. I think this makes it unique, normally at that time they attempted recreations (for example Carcassonne)...More
The site is magical, set in a river valley at the junction of two streams, Le Sèvre and La Moine. One can see why two eccentric brothers decided to do a very odd repair job it in the early 19th century, by Tuscanizing it! When...More