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For shopping and fine restaurants like La Cigale, book your accommodation by Place Graslin. Île de Nantes is located on an island in the River Loire with the finest family attraction you will find, so travelling as a family you might consider being near this. Bouffay is Nantes' historic centre, with a lively atmosphere with bars and great clubs like Flemings and La Maison Café.Comfortable holiday homes near the Breton Coast
Find your ideal rental with lovely city views, close to the main attractions and the lively areas. Enjoy a romantic getaway, a lovely family trip or a great weekend with friends. Choose a rental that fits your needs and enjoy cosy central properties with little balconies, all the amenities included, open plan floors and comfortable bedrooms. You will never be too far away from the centre and you will feel at home. Don’t wait any longer and start booking your stay in Nantes.
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The area and getting around
Brittany's capital is a beautiful historical city boasting culture, entertainment and a beautiful coastline. Nantes embraces the double heritage from Loire and Brittany. Nantes is linked to Brittany for its historic past and to Loire because it is part of it nowadays. The delicious food and the great variety of family activities make Nantes an ideal holiday destination. Jules Verne's visions inspired The Machines de l'Île de Nantes amusement park, which is one of the highlights where children and adults alike will enjoy fun activities and will have tons of fun. The huge robots, the animal figures and the rides turn anyone’s day into a great time!Cultural entertainment in Nantes
Entertainment and culture can be enjoyed during your holidays in Nantes. From a show at the street theatre of the Royal de Luxe company and their gigantic puppets to sculpture parks by the Loire and La Folle Journée, the winter classical music festival. If you like to visit museum exhibits, in Nantes there is no shortage of them. See paintings by Rubens at the Fine Arts Museum, admire the decorative arts at the Dobree Museum, and marvel at the thousands of specimens of the Natural History Museum. The city boasts culture in every corner all year round, now it’s time for you to come and experience it.
Travellers and activities
Nantes is one of the French towns that has changed more than others in the last two centuries. Once a Roman bishopric, it was France's major Atlantic port, an industrial powerhouse, and now a cultural hub attracting those drawn by history. Nantes has seen plenty of it. Find out all about the Castle of the Dukes of Brittany. Château des ducs de Bretagne: former ducal residence and now home of the Musée d’Histoire de Nantes with exhibitions about the city.Nantes for food lovers
Gastronomy lovers will feel in heaven while in Nantes. Pickles and La Cigale are some of the top-notch and upscale bistros and brasseries you can go to and enjoy succulent meals, refined dishes paired with excellent wines of the region. Cafè Le molière offers more affordable meals with great quality. Fish, meat and fresh vegetables are always on the best menus. Try some beurre blanc, a delicious butter sauce with a base of Muscadet wine that goes really well with fish dishes. Ask the sommeliers to recommend what are the best wines to pair with the delightful and tasty mouthfuls of creativity.
Explore the city following the green line along the sidewalks and it will take you to Nantes artistic, cultural and historical highlights.
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Nantes favourite son left a great legacy in the city. Jules Verne had a peculiar vision of things and he transcribed those turning them into great stories that millions of people around the world have enjoyed. The interactive exhibitions bring to life his best work and you can enjoy them all in one place, The Machines de l'Île.2. Architecture in motion
Marvel at the Grand Elephant when it goes out for a walk around town. 50 people will enjoy the pleasure of being aboard this colossal piece of machinery moving the legs and feeling like on the 5th floor of a travelling house! The “driver” will tell you some stories about this surreal eco-friendly pachyderm with a hybrid engine and will make its trunk blast! He is one of a kind!3. Discover Nantes boutiques’ galore
It is impossible not to find a little souvenir amongst the singular creativity of the fabulous independent boutiques. Find antiques and vintage items and specialists for a specific gift. Browse the arty shops with DIY, creative types and original objects. Brand retail stores and the specialised ones combine their passion for chic, elegant and sometimes rare pieces that you will only find in Nantes. The liveliest shopping street is Rue Crébillon where the department stores, fromageries, and craft stores are. The independent boutiques are located along Passage Pommeraye.4. The largest vineyards of the Loire Valley of Nantes
Nantes is the capital of Muscadet. We found it in the Lore vineyards and the wines carry the AOC label to validate its origin and authenticity. This wine has its own personality with lively and playful notes that pair with many dishes including fish, seafood, poultry, goat’s cheese, vegetarian cuisine or Asian food. An ideal and versatile wine that will make the perfect travel tasting companion. Sèvre et Maine, Coteaux de la Loire, Côtes de Grand Lieu are also sublime matches for the tastiest dishes.5. The true symbols of Nantes
Nantes boasts a great variety of goods now recognised as true “nantais” symbols. Among them, the delicious candy Les Rigoletttes nantaises, the typical “gâteau nantais”, the mouthwatering cheeses from boutique Beillevaire, The original Moulin Roty and its objects for children, Naoned and their glasses are also exclusive pieces designed and made here. Browse around the shops and leave Nantes with a unique souvenir.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Nantes
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Nantes in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
With an average price of €114.34 per night, Nantes lies at the lower end of the price range for holiday homes in France.
Which month allows you to save the most on holiday homes?
If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your visit to Nantes, pack your bags and travel there in February (€108.69 per night on average), January (€109.27), or September (€111.11) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday homes in Nantes go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Nantes, the most expensive months are, in descending order, August, June and July with average prices per night of €121.12, €120.68, and €118.34, respectively.
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Nantes?
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Nantes, as only 38% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In 2020, the months with the largest number of accommodations available in Nantes were May, June, and November with average availabilities of 53%, 45.25% and 42.25%, respectively.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
Holiday homes in Nantes reach their peak in demand in January, with an availability rate of 28%. The second most requested month is October, with 28.8%, and the third is September with 30%.
How many holiday homes does Holidu have in Nantes?
In Nantes we have an extensive catalogue of approximately 430 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 11 local and international partners.