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Between Nantes and Clisson stretch Nantes’ vineyards. This is muscadet territory, at the gates of the surrounding region, 15 minutes south of Nantes. Though you’re in the southern Loire, you already feel like you’ve set foot in Italy! Landscapes open onto stretches of Melon-de-Bourgogne and Folle Blanche vines, cultivated by passionate wine-growers. Le Voyage à Nantes continues to explore this region and reveals its hidden gems. Take a trip out to natural sites, striking examples of the area’s heritage, quaint villages and atypical wine-tasting cellars of this unique vineyard!

The vineyards and its restaurants

At the foot of the vineyards, in a village square, on the banks of the Sèvre River, or nestled in the countryside, discover a selection of restaurants handpicked by the jury of Les Tables de Nantes. The level of quality and origins of the produce, culinary craft, the degree to which local wines are highlighted, service, value for money, and more… these are the deciding criteria used when writing this guide, which is renewed every year.

Restaurants in the vineyard


Where to enjoy wines from Nantes?

In Nantes, many excellent wine shops offer the chance to bring home a few lovely bottles to your friends and families… If you want to taste them in their hometown, in a lively setting, and accompanied by enlightened commentary, Nantes is teeming with wine bars or caves à manger that we have selected for you!

wine bars or caves à manger


Outdoor fun, relaxation and exercise!

A stone’s throw from Nantes, fantastic strolls and relaxation in lush, green landscapes between the Loire, Sèvre and Maine Rivers await you. It’s also easy to rent small boats, canoes, electrical boats, and more. Find all their addresses here!

The journey in the vineyard

See all the events and visits in the vineyard